Time pre-blames Israel for coming peace talks failure

Time Magazine, whose politics, the head of our prep school history department used to tell us, were "as red as its cover," has decided to put the slam on Israel and Israelis in a carefully slanted article entitled "Why Israel Doesn't Care About Peace."

On the eve of new peace talks between Abbas and Netanyahu, the magazine carefully finds a couple of atypical Israelis to provide nonsensical quotes:

"People in Israel are indifferent," he decides. "They don't care if there's going to be war. They don't care if there's going to be peace. They don't care. They live in the day."

No matter that war and peace, in the various forms that have beset the Jewish State, are a life-and-death-matter in a country where virtually every family has had one or more killed or wounded by the Arab terrorists.

Presumably Time chooses to present this lie so that, in the event of a failure of the present talks, Israel can be pinned with the blame. It's a wonder anyone at all reads that rage anymore -- few still do --  and its sister, Newsweek, without the Time Warner billions to prop it up, was just sold for one dollar (that's one dollar for the whole company, lock, stock, and ink barrel).

Time Magazine, whose politics, the head of our prep school history department used to tell us, were "as red as its cover," has decided to put the slam on Israel and Israelis in a carefully slanted article entitled "Why Israel Doesn't Care About Peace."

On the eve of new peace talks between Abbas and Netanyahu, the magazine carefully finds a couple of atypical Israelis to provide nonsensical quotes:

"People in Israel are indifferent," he decides. "They don't care if there's going to be war. They don't care if there's going to be peace. They don't care. They live in the day."

No matter that war and peace, in the various forms that have beset the Jewish State, are a life-and-death-matter in a country where virtually every family has had one or more killed or wounded by the Arab terrorists.

Presumably Time chooses to present this lie so that, in the event of a failure of the present talks, Israel can be pinned with the blame. It's a wonder anyone at all reads that rage anymore -- few still do --  and its sister, Newsweek, without the Time Warner billions to prop it up, was just sold for one dollar (that's one dollar for the whole company, lock, stock, and ink barrel).

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