You don’t say?

From Tom Gross:

“For example, in The Guardian’s roundup of recommended news this week, emailed to millions of subscribers including myself, placed a cancellation of a small concert in the relatively unimportant Israeli town of Rishon Lezion by a somewhat faded minor musician, Lauryn Hill, as its third most important international and domestic news story, while ignoring all kinds of dramatic news from around the world, involving the deaths and kidnappings of thousands of people. (And, of course, there has been a very closely fought general election campaign in Britain this week too.)”

Now why might the Guardian ignore that other news? Because it does not suit its anti-Israel (Israel bashing) agenda. Mosque bulldozered by Hamas? Not news. Lauryn Hill’s cancellation? Now that is news…

The Guardian’s old guard must be spinning in their graves.