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Tuesday, November 01, 2005 

NY Times tries to be unclear about the murder of three Christian Indonesian girls

Last week, three of four Christian girls in Indonesia were beheaded by Muslim maniacs, but the media, in its attempt to steer clear from serious issues such as this, chooses to ignore.

As Newsbusters reports, the New York Times does worse than that: they remain unclear about the exact identities of the murderers, and even go so far as to incite against the Christian community in Indonesia by implying that they're going to initiate "revenge attacks". For example, here's this ambiguous excerpt:
“POSO, Indonesia (AP) -- Hundreds of security forces patrolled a tense Indonesian province Monday to prevent revenge attacks after assailants wearing black veils beheaded three Christian schoolgirls and seriously wounded a fourth.”
Now is that telling anything? I don't think so. And exactly what is the NYT up to when they say that "revenge attacks" are planned? IMO, that's incitement against the Christian community that the NYT is committing there, and it's disgraceful that they consider the murder of defenseless girls unimportant.

Newsbusters also presents another interesting blog, that being The Persecution Blog. Visit it to check for the latest reports.

Also available at Basil's Blog, Jo's Cafe, NIF, Oblogatory Anecdotes. Others on the subject include Blogicus, One Jerusalem, The High Places, The Original Musings.


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