A British newspaper is taking heat for playing fast and loose with the facts when it comes to Palestinian terror and Israel’s response.
By Algemeiner Staff
An Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesperson slammed the British newspaper The Guardian on Wednesday over an editorial that accused the Jewish state of “killing with impunity” and “lying without consequence.”
In a tweet, Emmanuel Nahshon accused The Guardian — long known for its hostility toward Israel — of engaging in “typical cheap and false moralizing, deliberately ignoring the realities of Hamas terror from Gaza and Palestinian refusal to return to negotiations.”
“One can only assume that left wing antisemites in the UK will be very happy with this editorial,” he added. “Nasty hypocrisy.”
.@guardian in typical cheap and false moralizing, deliberately ignoring the realities of #Hamas terror from #Gaza and Palestinian refusal to return to negotiations. One can only assume that left wing antisemites in the UK will be very happy with this editorial. Nasty hypocrisy 👎 pic.twitter.com/63OSAxajJg
— Emmanuel Nahshon (@EmmanuelNahshon) January 23, 2019
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