Hands down the best reporting I’ve seen about the war in Israel so far

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In the chaotic realm of war reporting, where truth often becomes a casualty, a recent incident between Hamas and Israel highlighted the disconcerting bias of mainstream media outlets.

A Ezra highlights on tonight's episode, The New York TimesBBC, and Associated Press were quick to spread a Hamas accusation that Israel had struck a hospital, causing widespread outrage.

As the truth emerged, these outlets conveniently backtracked without issuing proper corrections, perpetuating damaging falsehoods and inciting anti-Semitism globally.

Even Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau didn't hesitate to echo these claims without verifying the facts, raising questions about his selective outrage based on the perpetrators' identity.

Amid this media distortion, an unexpected source emerged as a beacon of genuine journalism: Al Arabiya, a state broadcaster from Saudi Arabia. In a gutsy move, they conducted a critical interview with Khaled Mashal, the head of Hamas, challenging him on various fronts. The interviewer’s boldness stood out in stark contrast to the tepid approach of Western media giants.

One particularly striking moment was when she confronted Mashal about Hamas's expectation of Arab support despite initiating a war that could destabilize the entire region.

She also pressed him on condemning civilian casualties, a question that Western leaders and media often avoid. Furthermore, the interviewer questioned why Iran, a Hamas ally, hadn't directly intervened, revealing a level of scrutiny unseen in mainstream Western reporting.

While this glimmer of genuine journalism might be a small light in the darkness, it underscores the dire need for unbiased reporting. In the face of media outlets prioritizing narratives over facts, Al Arabiya's brave interview serves as a reminder that true journalism can prevail, even in unexpected places.

GUEST: Avi Yemini reporting from the Israel-Hamas border.
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