There is a now method to absolve Israel from its crimes: here is the New York Times
July 2nd, 2012
So now, whenever Israel wants to kill any of its enemies, Zionist media will simply blame the Syrian regime. This guy worked for a guy what Mossad killed in Dubai, but the New York Times used a crocodile tears articles about Palestinians in Syria to basically absolve Israeli terrorists of responsibility. ”“Ahmed Salih Hassan was killed in a pro-regime town, and there were no armed opposition fighters,” said Abu Jihad, a Palestinian activist with Fatah. “Some people said that he refused to fight with the Assad forces.”” First, it is quite interesting that the paper sought the objective advise of a Fath activist, knowing that Fath has been a bitter enemy of the Syrian regime for years. Secondly, let me get this straight: the Syrian regime which has hundreds of troops at its disposal failed to recruit this one Hamas official to fight on its side, so it killed him? Thirdly, the presence of this official in Damascus is in fact evidence that intelligence and military cooperation between the Syrian regime and the military wing of Hamas has never weakened in the last few months, and its shows that Hamas is playing a duplicitous role: pretending to its Ikhwan allies and to Western journalists that it pulled out its officials from Syria, while clearly keeping many of them inside. But this sentence is better: ”While some in Hamas reflexively blamed the Israeli spy agency, Mossad, many say the most likely suspect is a homegrown one this time.” Wait. Hamas “reflexively” blames Israel? Maybe because Israel has not stopped for years from killing Hamas fighters and cadres. Secondly, who are the “many say”? Who are those many? Let me guess. That one Fath activist who–given Fath’s record–is probably a Mossad operative himself.