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J"Accuse the NY Times and Washington Post

Biased Reporting from the Middle East
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Middle East - General, History / Middle East, History - General History, Fi
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Open LibraryOL8453503M
ISBN 101414020198
ISBN 139781414020198
OCLC/WorldCa54832196

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Here is important critical information from that book. The New York Post too, which is probably a worse rag, is also very pro-Israel.

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