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Wednesday, June 28, 2006


 

The language of the Middle East


According to the Western corporate media, an Israeli soldier was recently "kidnapped" (not "captured"). And what follows? This:
Israeli forces arrested the Palestinian deputy prime minister and dozens of other Hamas officials early Thursday and pressed their incursion into Gaza, responding to the abduction of one of its soldiers.
"Arrested"? On what charge? "Resisting while Palestinian"?

Surely the correct term for this action is "kidnapped." But you won't be seeing that one in the corporate media. Of that I'm certain.


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