Ahmad, I'm afraid you are missing my point. My posts about Syria were meant to show you the other side of the medal; that it's not all innocence played by the Syrian government. This time it was Syria; the next time I could have criticized Israel, the Netherlands, South-Africa, Japan or Algeria. It doesn't matter. It was no personal attack on Syria. And what I also want to ask you: did you read the post of ADL? It's about anti-Zionism, but more, also about anti-Semitism in the Syrian media. Just a quote:
...which is in definite contradiction to Talmudic tales Netanyahu believes in and to his despicable racism
I don't care about the anti-Zionism actually, as long as it based on something. But I do care about anti-Semitism.
At least one of the latter is a Jewish news source. But do you think, when you read it, it is not objective? Point is, Ahmad, that concerning this issue, there seem to exist mostly Jewish articles. This does not mean it is necessarily propaganda; it can as well mean that only Jews or Israelis seem to want to report on it.
So are you saying no one else on earth reported it apart from the jews ?
My humble advice to you is to read the Holocaust industry book, it is amazing insightful book written by a jew about how other jews exaggerate and falsify some historical events to gain compensations and support.
I'm not saying no one reported it besides "the Jews". My point is, that from what I conclude from your posts is that, concerning a topic Jews are involved, Jewish media can't totally be trusted. My point with my link was, that Jewish media is not necessarily pro-Israel and anti-criticism. But I'll bet there are dozens of non-Jewish media who report it as well.
Thank you for your advice for the book. If I have the time, I'll read (doesn't that sound lame...).