MRN Media Statement 15 July 2017

The Editor Saturday Argus   Dear Sir The 140,000 Druze living in Israel, thousands of whom belong to Druze Zionist movements, are Arabic-speaking citizens of Israel, an offshoot of several monotheistic and Abrahamic religions, and serve in the Israeli Defence Forces just as most citizens do in Israel. Members of the community have attained top positions…

Reversing the roles of Perpetrator and Victim: A Response to the Cape Times

SAZF Cape Council’s Rodney Mazinter responds to Media Review Network ‘journalist’ Suraya Dadoo’s virulent Cape Times article Yesterday, two Palestinians, taking advantage of Israel’s freedom of association, calmly walked into a crowded Tel Aviv restaurant, ordered food, and then rose from their seats with guns drawn. They injured 20 Israelis – murdered four – before…

The big problem with the polemic published in the July 24th Cape Times (Voices growing in numbers to support Gaza innocents) is its sources, none of which is independent and all of which has shown disproportionate bias towards Israel in their previous faux determinations. From 18th – 22nd May 2015, a High Level International Military Group, made…

Ill-judged views about Israel

The Editor The Cape Times Dear Sir In their ill-judged views about Israel, Messrs Daitz, Sanders and their hero, Terry Crawford-Browne (Cape Times May 18, 2015 Tactic condemned) choose to waste their time at checkpoints peering into the West Bank where the brave boys and girls making up the Israeli Defence Force provide a strong deterrent that ensures…

The Editor The Cape Times Dear Sir In three anti-Israel stories the Cape Times of today chose to feature (13 May 2015), each was filled with historical inaccuracies and hateful propaganda Of all the countries that have come into existence in the last century, no country’s credentials are more legitimate than Israel’s. One of the reasons is…

A nuclear Iran will make the world a more dangerous place

We ordinary citizens generally understand that in any bilateral negotiations there are issues of national import that are best kept private so as not to upset delicate talks. But in these matters it is understood that the negotiating parties abstain from making provocative statements that may prejudge the outcome of an agreement. Why then should…