Sky News reports that a group of Salafists inspired by Al-Qaida just kidnapped an Italian journalist in Gaza. Their video (via Gaza Times) demands that Hamas release their “holy warriors” from detention. The video identifies the Italian as Vittorio Arrigoni. This abduction isn’t as straightforward as the Alan Johnston affair. That’s because the International Solidarity Movement…
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Without the aid of any polling data, the BBC’s Alan Johnston is able to claim that: all Palestinians would argue that Israel grossly over-reacts to the missile attacks from Gaza. The crudely made rockets often cause panic and minor injury, but they very rarely kill. Does Johnston claim to have asked every resident of the West Bank and…