Kumbaya in Qom CatechismsNovember 20, 2013 9:47 by Pesach Benson
The dual loyalty charge rears its head. While Mark Dubowitz, of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, was being interviewed on the radio about Iran’s nuclear program, foreign policy reporter Laura Rozen tweeted her displeasure. The tweets were since removed, but Adam Kredo got the screen grabs.
What is there to say? Rozen’s tweets reveal a snide, dismissive attitude towards Israeli concerns.
If you think for yourself and come to conclusions that agree with Israel, that doesn’t make you Israel’s puppet. And if you think for yourself and come to conclusions that agree with Iran, that doesn’t make you Iran’s puppet either (we can respectfully agree to disagree). Fair enough.
But if you don’t think for yourself and blindly believe Big Media’s daily Kumbaya in Qom catechisms, whose puppet are you?