Terrorism

Steven Erlanger's Latest Whitewash of Hamas

Erlanger: The anti-Israeli terrorist Hamas is "in its way, pragmatic," the Palestinian terrorist leader Yasir Arafat was a "charismatic man," and Israel and the U.S. are responsible for the ...

New British PM a Welcome Respite from Blair's "Apocalyptic View of Terrorism"

Bravo for Gordon Brown's PC approach to terrorism: "Mr. Brown played down the threat, treating the episodes as a crime rather than a threat to civilization. Yet, his minimalist approach seemed to ...

Huh? "Disenfranchised" Terrorists in Britain

Mark Steyn mocks "a new New York Times definition of 'disenfranchised': 'complacent liberal assumption designed to reassure readers that they can fit this story into all the old cliches about the ...

Middle East Moral Equivalency: Anti-Israeli Terrorists as "Warriors"

Neil Genzlinger on "Hot House": "The film, though, is necessarily ambiguous as to whether all this will lead either side to be more accommodating or will simply result in smarter warriors." The ...

Our Lead Story: Accusations of US-Al Qaeda Ties

Alissa Rubin, the Times newest Iraq War pessimist: "Many Iraqis, beleaguered at every turn, said they saw the bomb as...one more piece of evidence that the Americans could not protect them from ...

Rosie Bails Out Three Weeks Early

Feisty talker couldn't face the heat after calling U.S. troops terrorists.

Moral Equivalency Between Israel, Palestinian Terrorists

Israel killed four terrorists, while Palestinians killed an Israeli citizen. But it's all the same for Times' headline writers.

NYT Still in Denial Over Fort Dix Six and "What Role Religion Played"

The Times is still in denial about the Fort Dix terrorist plotters: "The authorities have called the men Islamic extremists, but have not detailed exactly what role religion played in the plans ...

"Unclear What Role, If Any, Religion Played" in Fort Dix Six Terror Plot?

In the face of clear evidence, reporter Alan Feuer claimed "It is unclear what role, if any, religion played in the attack Mr. Shnewer and the five other men are charged with planning."
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