A question for the world’s media

Here’s the question:

Are Arab lives only valuable when their deaths can be blamed on Jews?

Here’s just part of the context from Haaretz:

U.S.-led air strikes hit grain silos and other targets in Islamic State-controlled territory in northern and eastern Syria overnight, killing civilians and wounding militants, a group monitoring the war said on Monday.

The aircraft may have mistaken the mills and grain storage areas in the northern Syrian town of Manbij for an Islamic State base, said the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. There was no immediate comment from Washington.


The strikes in Manbij appeared to have killed only civilians, not fighters, said Rami Abdulrahman, who runs the Observatory which gathers information from sources in Syria.

It was the Elder of Ziyon who first posed the question (see here) while skewering John Kerry.

But there are more questions the Elder, rightly, poses:

Will reporters even ask the State Department about this? Will there be sarcastic comments about US pinpoint airstrike capability and intelligence? Will there be any video reports showing mangled bodies and wailing mothers? Will anyone say that targeting a grain silo is a war crime of depriving people of food, as Goldstone did?

My questions:

Are there any real journalists out there?

When is Mr Kerry going to apologize?

You may have your own questions. All right thinking people should, in the light of this scandalous hypocrisy.