Hamas embraces Haaretz’s star reporter

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Here is a link to a slobbering love fest interview of Haaretz’s terrorist loving “reporter,” Gideon Levy with none other than Hamas’s website. Al Qassam, is the website of the Ezzedin al Qassam Brigades information office. You may recall the name Ezzedin al Qassam as the name of the Hamas terror brigades that vie for credit with Fatah’s Al Alksa Martyrs’ Brigade after every suicide bombing and roadside shooting and rocket attack.

Hamas’s “reporter,” describes Levy as,”a rare voice of courage and bravery.”

As our grandmothers taught us, “A man is known by the company he keeps.”

Nice paper that Haaretz is.

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11 Comments

  • Ethan 04/17/2010 at 1:46

    It really makes a clear statement about the nature of their (all collaborators involved) joint dedication.

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  • Terry, Eilat - Israel 04/17/2010 at 3:22

    Take a look at the ZIONIST CONSPIRACY blog for a a more detailed description of the traitors infesting our universities. It’s enough to make you vomit. And, of course, you can be sure that absolutely nothing will be done about it, not to Haaretz & certainly not to the Leftist traitors in our universities, traitors who are paid out of our tax money. And do you know why nothing will be done? Because of political correctness, spineless politicians, & the sheer apathy, complacency, & stupidity of so many Israelis.

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  • Anonymous 04/17/2010 at 11:09

    So what I have learned from Gideon Levy’s interview is that travelling around in GAZA was absolutely safe – if it hadn’t been for the trigger-ridden Israeli soldiers who killed others like it were nothing but lighting a cigarette. This is exactly how the SS people felt about what they did in Warsaw to the Jews in the ghetto. Why, Mr Levy, not compare Israeli soldiers to the SS officers?
    Ah, I remember, you said that one has to consider the IDF soldiers as “victims” ( of the government, I guess). So at least the Israeli government has to be compared to the Fuehrer and his crew. Outcome the same = origin the same.
    People like Levy serving in the Israeli army are a full explanation of the Haaretz’s spy scandal. If potential traitors( who are enemies from within) can’t be selected in advance, they have to be punished MOST severely after they have completed their treacherous missions. Why put those people in prison for years on end, financed by the taxpayer?

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  • George Hale 04/17/2010 at 12:19

    Levy didn’t do any interview with Hamas. Al-Qassam lifted the text from another site (see link). And “Hamas’s ‘reporter'” is David Cronin, Brussels correspondent for the Inter Press Service.

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  • Carol 04/17/2010 at 13:31

    Someone please tell me (short version) of how a nation of people can come to be ensnared by the enemy? How does one not have a glimmer of intuition, common sense, etc to realize when they are digging their own graves? It’s one thing to see the rest of the world turning against Israel and Jews. I’m devastated and ashamed to witness this in my own country, the U.S. But reading about how Israeli’s think and behave to undermine their own safety and future is something I cannot understand at all.

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  • Anonymous 04/17/2010 at 19:16

    Sounds like the United States of America … Terry, Eilat ….. I Love my geographical country …. but I abhor the perverted and corrupt politics of our system …. the way I see it … if GOD doesn’t destroy it, HE has to raise up Sodom & Gomorrah and apologize …

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  • bob 04/18/2010 at 1:25

    Too bad Levy wasn’t around in the 1940s–he could have been an aide to the Mufti in those meetings with der Fuehrer.

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  • beniyyar 04/18/2010 at 14:24

    Look, it’s not as if the other two major Israeli Hebrew newspapers, Maariv or Yediot, are that much less anti Zionist or pro Palestinian or radical Leftist than Haaretz, they just manage to camouflage their agendas a little better.
    Indeed, if one wishes to view in action and living color much of what Haaretz publishes, one need only take a short look at what passes for news and analysis on Israel Channels 2 and 10. Sure the TV news stations are a little less “in your face” than Haaretz but they largely peddle the same anti Israel, anti Zionist, anti Judaism, and pro Palestinian pap and call it professional journalism.
    And of course, the government controlled radio news services are no better, just listen to Arieh Golan some morning singing the praises of the PLO and the Arabs while denigrating and demonizing anything Israeli, except for the Israeli Left.
    And up until recently most of Israeli public opinion was deeply influenced and guided by these so called news outlets. It is only with the advent of the Internet’s news services, the Hebrew newspaper Israel Today, and the maturity of the Israeli public regarding the anti Israel and pro Palestinian slants of the Israeli news services that we now have a nationalist and pro Israel government.
    Actually given the enormous influence and financial power of the Hebrew dailies and the Hebrew TV and radio news services, it is almost amazing that we now have a Likud led government.

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  • Walter 04/18/2010 at 20:46

    Anonymous on April 17, 2010 7:16 PM
    “Sounds like the United States of America … Terry, Eilat ….. I Love my geographical country …. but I abhor the perverted and corrupt politics of our system …. the way I see it … if GOD doesn’t destroy it, HE has to raise up Sodom & Gomorrah and apologize …”
    LOL.
    Nice point anon.

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  • Tony 05/07/2010 at 5:37

    The pro-Palestinian bias of the Israeli media? WTF? I know you hate the comparison, but this kind of insanely paranoid nationalism really does remind me of the ideology of the people who gassed my grandmother at Auchwitz

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  • justbehuman 05/09/2010 at 0:26

    I don’t know who “Tony” is or why he would use his grandmother’s memory (if true) To attack those who defend Israel from attack. Whether Tony is for real or not, there are evidently some real Tony’s out there. The question is how is it possible they exist? With genocidal enemies surrounding Israel (I know Tony is tired of hearing this) and an uncaring world with short memories, how is it that such odious Jews can actually exist? Is Norman Finkelstein now posting under the pseudonym “Tony”?

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