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Monday, April 23, 2012

A loaded question

Here's one of the CBS 60 Minutes extras on the last all-Christian village in Israel.

I want you to watch the video and pay close attention to the question that gets asked around the 2:50 mark and to listen to the answer.

Let's go to the videotape.

Note that he asks how many Christians there were when the 'Israeli occupation' started, and the response was 'at least 2,000.' But the truth is - as even the 60 Minutes presentation admitted at the beginning of the main show - that Israel is the only country in the region where there are more Christians than there were 60 years ago. Yes, Christians are leaving Taibe, but that can be attributed to the Muslim-dominated 'Palestinian Authority' and not to 'Israeli occupation.' The question that the priest should have been asked is how many Christians there were in 1994.

Anyone want to bet that the answer would be a lot closer to 2,000 than to 780?

More 60 Minutes media bias....

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At 4:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

No. The loaded question is the one asked at the end.

Why did Ambassador Oren feel the need to call the Chairman of CBN to try to have this documentary discredited?

You create chaos, which brings in a group like Hamas, then blame 'Muslim Palestinians'.


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