Anti-Semitic New York Times lauds Iran's Hezbollah terrorists' "extensive humanitarian efforts..."
This is typical New York Times-style anti-semitism and propaganda for the terrorist movement being promulgated by terrorism-supporting and exporting Iran and Syria. The only thing new about it is the Times' blatantly open propagandizing to increase the stature of Hezbollah and, through that, increase the stature of nuclear-terrorism wannabe Iran and its hand-maiden Syria.
This new show of support for terrorism is further proof that The New York Times is a traitorous hard-left mainstream media rag that needs to have its column space shrunk still further---to zero. A piddling 5% shrinkage just doesn't get the job done.
There are a few excerpts below from a *****Five Star, must read column by Mike Reagan. But you really will want to read the entire piece here.
"The Times Glorifies Hezbollah"
As could be expected, on Wednesday The New York Times rushed into print with a story about the wonderful compassion Hezbollah is showing in helping those in Lebanon's civilian population who suffered enormous damage during the hostilities between the terrorist group and the Israelis.
Under the banner line "Hezbollah Leads Work to Rebuild, Gaining Stature" the Times exuberantly described the extensive humanitarian efforts Hezbollah is exerting on behalf of the Lebanese people...
It's well known that the United States of America is the world's number-one provider of humanitarian aid – handing out billions to victims of wars and natural disasters in every corner of the globe, but you never see the Times going into spasms of adulation over our generosity. But let a declared enemy of the United States provide a spoonful of sugar to help the medicine go down to those suffering collateral damage as a result of their very own actions and the Times gets all gooey with worshipful admiration.
Hezbollah is a humanitarian organization in the same sense as the Mafia is a dispenser of charity and compassion. Hezbollah's leader, Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, sounded like the neighborhood Mafia don, offering money... to any Lebanese who lost his home in the month-long war.
It was his way of telling the people who their real friends are. It's not the toothless Lebanese government, he was telling them, but your friendly neighborhood hit men who have your best interests at heart...
This "Hezbollah-the-good" business is just one aspect of a war that has turned into a dark comedy. This comedy has elevated the status of a group of murderous thugs while humiliating the leadership of what has always been seen as the most-feared military force in the Middle East – the IDF - the Israeli army...
What could be more ludicrous than a cease fire whose conditions include the stipulation that the Lebanese army, or the United Nations, or a multi-national or just about anybody else around disarm Hezbollah?
The Lebanese army says it has no intention of doing so, and the planned multi-national force can't because it doesn't exist, and as a result Hezbollah continues to bristle with arms and is probably being supplied with more ordnance from Iran and Syria..."