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Khaled Abu Toameh, propagandist, agen Israel

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Khaled Abu Toameh, propagandist, agen Israel

Post by isaku on Mon May 02, 2016 4:06 pm

http://www.redressonline.com/2013/01/israels-palestinian-propagandist/

Inconvenient truths or black propaganda?

Recently, I stumbled upon an article written by one Khaled Abu Toameh in which he highlights what he describes as “inconvenient truths that the Palestinian leadership in the West Bank do not want others to know about”.

The article was originally published by the Gatestone Institute – of which more later – and republished by Your Middle East, a privately owned and funded website which takes pride in “Disrupting the global news flow with a unique online digital media about the Middle East and North Africa”.

Among the “inconvenient truths” mentioned by Abu Toameh is the fact that senior Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Fatah officials hold Israeli-issued VIP cards that grant them various privileges, including the freedom to enter Israel and travel abroad at any time they wish, and the fact that the Palestinian Authority (PA) continues to summon and arrest political opponents, journalists and bloggers who criticize its leaders.

On the face of it, neither of these facts is new or surprising. The privileges Abu Toameh refers to have existed since the signing of the Oslo accords between Israel and the PLO in 1993, a fact which he acknowledges. It is also common knowledge that the PA is uncomfortable with media freedom and freedom of expression. More generally, the fact that the PA is prone to corruption and elitism is well known and had been one of the main reasons why Hamas won the legislative elections in 2006.

However, as I continued to read Abu Toameh’s article I became increasingly suspicious. According to Abu Toameh, “of the 600 Christians from the Gaza Strip who arrived in the West Bank … to celebrate Christmas, dozens have asked to move to Israel because they no longer feel comfortable living under the PA and Hamas”. Furthermore, he claims that dozens of Christian families from East Jerusalem “have moved to Jewish neighbourhoods in the city because they too no longer feel comfortable living among Muslims”.

I had never heard of Khaled Abu Toameh before stumbling upon the above article, where he is described as “an Arab Muslim” and “a veteran award-winning journalist” who “currently works for the international media, serving as the ‘eyes and ears’ of foreign journalists in the West Bank and Gaza Strip”.

But what he was saying about Palestinian Christians in particular directly contradicts what Palestinian Christian leaders have been repeatedly telling the world. One such leader, the veteran Catholic priest in Gaza Father Manuel Musallam, is adamant that Christianity in the Holy Land had been destroyed not by Muslims but by Israel. “Israel destroyed the church of Palestine and the church of Jerusalem beginning in 1948. It, not Muslims, has sent Christians in the region into a diaspora,” he told Irish ministers and MPs in 2010.

After a few seconds’ cursory research I discovered that Abu Toameh is in fact an Israeli Arab, and what triggered my suspicion was the fact that, as an Israeli Arab with full access to everywhere in Israel, and as “a veteran award-winning journalist”, Abu Toameh failed to interview even one of the dozens of Christians whom he claims prefer Israel and Jewish neighbours to their Muslim Palestinian brothers and sisters.

Surely, natural if not journalistic curiosity should have prompted him to explore why Palestinian Christians would take such a drastic step that would mean, among other things, burning their bridges with relatives and friends in the homeland and risking the stigma of being labelled as traitors.

Was it harassment from Palestinian Muslims that allegedly drove the Christians into the arms of Israel? Was it the Islamist Hamas movement making life intolerable for them? Or was the reason more benign, such as the desire to reunite with relatives from whom they had become separated by the Israeli occupation?

Alternatively, perhaps the whole story was made up, a propaganda lie intended to distract world public opinion from Israel’s crimes in the occupied Palestinian territories and its racist discrimination against its own Arab citizens.

Neo-conservative connections

With my suspicion aroused, I searched deeper and the picture that emerged was a truly ugly one.

First, I discovered that the Gatehouse Institute, the original publisher of Abu Toameh’s article, “is a neocon think tank/publishing house specializing in hyping Islamophobia. Its founder is Nina Rosenwald, a rabid neocon.”

Next, I discovered that Abu Toameh is symbiotically linked to some of Israel’s and the United States’ most right-wing, anti-Arab and neo-conservative bodies. One of these is The Jerusalem Report, which comes under the corporate umbrella of the Israeli right-wing Jerusalem Post Group

Another of the organizations for which Abu Toameh writes is the Hudson Institute, a think-tank based in Washington DC.

Terkait artikel2 Toameh yang dibawa @Rindu. Toamah adalah propagandist. piss

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Re: Khaled Abu Toameh, propagandist, agen Israel

Post by Rindu on Mon May 02, 2016 5:05 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khaled_Abu_Toameh

Khaled Abu Toameh (Arabic: خالد أبو طعمة‎, Hebrew: חאלד אבו טועמה‎; born 1963) is an Israeli Arab journalist, lecturer and documentary filmmaker.

Abu Toameh writes for The Jerusalem Post[1] and for the New York-based Gatestone Institute, where he is a senior distinguished fellow.[2] He is a producer and consultant for NBC News since 1989.[3] His articles have also appeared in numerous newspapers around the world.

Biography

Khaled Abu Toameh was born to an Israeli Arab father and a Palestinian Arab mother.[4] He grew up in the Arab-Israeli town Baqa al-Gharbiyye.[5] He received a B.A. in English literature from the Hebrew University and lives in Jerusalem.[6]

Categories: Israeli journalists | Arab citizens of Israel | Living people | Israeli Muslims | People from Tulkarm | Hebrew University of Jerusalem alumni | The Jerusalem Post people | 1963 births

lha, berarti ente ngebenerin kalo ada orang Muslim Arab yg ngedukung Israel donk 2 good

Israel bahkan punya pasukan Muslim sendiri



baca jg:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muslim_supporters_of_Israel
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_citizens_of_Israel

nggak nyangka ane, bahkan seukhuwah ente sendiri ente dzolimin cuman gara2 doi pro-Israel, begimana dgn yg Syiah, Ahmadiyah, Yahudi, Kristen, dlsb basi

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Re: Khaled Abu Toameh, propagandist, agen Israel

Post by isaku on Mon May 02, 2016 6:14 pm

Ada kan belum tentu membela yang benar, ada belum tentu jujur sesuai fakta:

http://www.laskarislam.com/t9927-we-palestinian-christians-say-allahu-akbar#188584

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