The press may not be covering certain other stories of importance
, you can guarantee
that they'll be there to lionize a
"peace-seeking politician" being freed by the
evil Zionist overlords.
Check out the photos of Nasser Shaer, Deputy PM of the Palestinian Legislative Council—AND member of Hamas—who was arrested earlier on terrorism charges
. Nasser was the only one of the thirty-odd people arrested to be released, so I'm sure the Israeli Supreme Court knew what it was doing when it released him.
In any case, be sure to check out the royal treatment
that was setup for him by a couple of AP photographers.
(Apparently, the AP has seen fit to send three
photojournalists/stringers to cover this event, and Reuters has joined the fold by submitting the
most ridiculous photograph I've seen come across the wires so far. To paraphrase a question I recall using somewhere around the 4th
grade, "If Reuters loves Hamas so much, why don't they marry them?")Update 12:30 EST:
fauxtographer from the Associated Press is checking in. You guys really don't
need anyone to cover any rioting that happens to be going on
And now Reuters joins the fun with this
iconic shot, which also happens to illustrate perfectly the relationship between Reuters and Hamas
. (Yes, REUTERS, I just accused you of supporting terrorism
. Maybe if you changed your editorial policy, you wouldn't have to suffer accusations like that?)
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