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Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Another One-Sided WND Story
Topic: WorldNetDaily

Most news organizations, when they outline criticism against someone, give that person an fair opportunity to respond. Not WorldNetDaily; as we've detailed, WND has a problem telling both sides of the story.

That tradition continues in a Jan. 29 article by Aaron Klein, in which he claims that Robert Malley, a foreign policy adviser to Barack Obama, "has penned numerous opinion articles ... petitioning for dialogue with Hamas and blasting Israel for numerous policies he says harm the Palestinian cause." Klein quoted one "israeli security official" -- anonymous, of course -- saying that Malley "expressed sympathy to Hamas and Hezbollah and offered accounts of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations that don't jibe with the facts." Klein made no apparent attempt to contact Malley for a response.

Klein also wrote:

Malley also previously penned a well-circulated New York Review of Books piece largely blaming Israel for the collapse of the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations at Camp David in 2000 when Arafat turned down a Palestinian state in the West Bank, Gaza and eastern sections of Jerusalem and instead returned to the Middle East to launch an intifada, or terrorist campaign, against the Jewish state.

But nowhere does Klein actually quote from Malley's piece to support his contention or to contradict anything Malley wrote.

Posted by Terry K. at 6:01 PM EST

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