Terrorism

A Sanitized Profile of Hezbollah's Unhappy Campers

Reporter Robert Worth devotes 2,600 words to Hezbollah's "Boy Scout"-style youth movement" in Lebanon without once using the word "terrorism."

Still Protecting Obama's Radical Pal, Rashid Khalidi

For the second day in a row, the Times goes into defensive mode over radically anti-Israel professor and Obama pal Rashid Khalidi, who has defended killing Israeli soldiers in the name of ...

Ignoring Rashid Khalidi's Anti-Israeli Radicalism

An Obama friend who the Times calls merely "critical of Israel" has actually defended attacks against armed Israelis.

The NYT's "Whitewash" of the Bill Ayers-Obama Connection

A 2,100-word front-page inoculation by the New York Times, purporting to investigate the relationship between '60s domestic terrorist Bill Ayers and Barack Obama: "But the two men do not appear to ...

Does the Times Think Brigitte Gabriel's a "Radical Islamophobe"?

The author and opponent of radical Islam faces amazingly hostile and suspicious questions from the Times' liberal "Q&A" interviewer Deborah Solomon (pictured).

Kerry: 'Al-Qaida Leadership is More Capable of Attacking Today' than on 9/11

Senator proposes $7.5 billion in 'non-military' aid; says 'winning the war of ideas' against al-Qaida important to climate change, AIDS.

Child Killer or Brave Anti-Israel Fighter? Times Leaves It Open for Debate

"Samir Kuntar will return to a hero's welcome when he crosses into Lebanon this week, 29 years after he left its shores in a rubber dinghy to kidnap Israelis....That raid went horribly wrong, ...

Times Names CIA Interrogator Who Broke Terrorist KSM With Kindness

Againt the agency's wishes, the Times identified a CIA interrogator, marring Scott Shane's lead story, "Inside the Interrogation Of a 9/11 Mastermind."

Guantanamo Bay Inmate Released, Becomes Terrorist: Still U.S. Fault?

Alissa Rubin on a man released from Guantanamo who became a suicide bomber: "As many as 36 former Guantánamo detainees have taken part in violent acts against Western targets after their release, ...

Reporter Lichtblau Accuses Bush Administration of Lying in New Book

From Justice Department correspondent Eric Lichtblau's new book: "The administration, it seemed clear to me, had lied to us" about an anti-terrorist surveillance program.
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