Only a week ago, the New York Times launched an attack on Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu in a staff editorial, accusing him of generating “hysterical opposition” to an Iranian nuclear deal. It seems that the NY Times just can’t let go. In a fresh attack, the NY Times’ latest editorial concludes with the following: President…
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In a staff-ed in Tuesday’s New York Times, editors argue that a “dispiriting lesson” from Chuck Hagel’s nomination process is that “the political space for discussing Israel forthrightly is shrinking.” But a deeper look at the language the Times’ uses in the editorial reveals another dispiriting lesson – the Times continues to apply a double…