Monday, July 03, 2006


from Eye on the Post

Eye on the Post

Sunday, July 2, 2006
Why Hasn't The Washington Post Reported The Announcement By Fatah's Terrorist Branch That It Has Developed Chemical And Biological Weapons and Will Use Them Against Israel?(click here to read our alert online)
Saturday, July 1, 2006
Post Correspondent Falsely Reports That Israel Used Kidnapped Israeli Soldier As Pretext To Invade Gaza And Remove Hamas Government - Post's Own Editorial Contradicts Him, Saying It Was The Hamas Leader Who Made Such A Claim And That The Claim Appears To Be False(click here to read our alert online)
Wednesday, June 28, 2006
Post Reporter Fancifully Elevates Fatah-Hamas Agreement Into Major Policy Shift - Claims Hamas Now Recognizes Israel - Virtually Ignores Hamas's Denials of Recognition of Israel and Affirmation of Its Goal to Eliminate Israel(click here to read our alert online)
Saturday, June 24, 2006
Post Minimizes Impact Of Daily Kassam Attacks On Sderot - Says "Real Problems" In Sderot Are Economic, Social And Israel's Fault(click here to read our alert online)
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