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NYT: thirst for any juicy detail in vilification pursuit

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Submitted by Dora (United States), Jun 14, 2021 at 01:50

It was very juicy for hateful trendy NYTimes to stress the following. Anything to promote that vilification.

Even when ignoring for a moment the term "palestinians" for those holding blue passports...

Nevermind that the May/2021 "mob" was 95% Arab Anti-Jewish bigoted attacks...
What "second class" do these Arab members of pluraslitic Israel's Parliament refer to, when responding to special benefits in Netanyahu's special project to the Arab sector (AKA another part of an overall preferential treatment system for Arabs)? Did the Arab politicians ever had the courage to blame their incitement (like Ayman Odeh own and Mr. Shehadeh's conducts) which has caused much of the anti-Jewish racist attacks and influenced many Israeli-Arabs to disconnect?

Speaking about being truthful. Question: Did Ayman Odeh even mention the term: "second class"? Or will the NYT admit to lecturing a propaganda?

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BELOW IS THE TWISTED PIECE

"Tumult Disrupts Israeli Parliament as Netanyahu Era Ends", The New York Times, June 13, 2021.

'When Mr. Netanyahu tried to vaunt his spending on the Arab community in Israel, which accounts for about one-fifth of the population, Ayman Odeh, the leader of the Joint List alliance of three Arab-majority parties, was driven to fury.

"The nation-state law, the Kaminitz Law, and endless incitement!" he shouted — a reference to a series of measures in the past several years that have left Palestinian citizens of Israel feeling marginalized, delegitimized and second-class.

Mr. Netanyahu had no response, a few weeks after mob violence erupted between Jews and Arabs in several Israeli cities." '

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