Tuesday, January 13, 2015

The New York Times; All The News That Fits Their Agenda

The New York Times; All The News That Fits Their Agenda.  One can never trust the New York Times.

New York Times reports, then scrubs jihadis’ references to Qur’an and Islam

January 9, 2015 10:05 am By Robert Spencer 37 Comments

Nytimes_hqA jihadi was widely reported — not just in the New York Times — as telling a woman in the Charlie Hebdo offices that she should convert to Islam, read the Qur’an, and wear a veil. The New York Times reported that as well. But now those references are gone from the Times. Apparently the Times editors are desperately concerned that Americans might get a negative view of Islam, and are doing all they can to prevent that.

More on this story. “WOW: New York Times caught scrubbing details about Paris terrorist attack,” by Joshua Riddle, Young Conservatives, January 9, 2015:

    This is why the mainstream media CANNOT BE TRUSTED.

    So many people rely on the New York Times are their only source of news. I believe this is just the tip of the iceberg. Journalists for the NYT Die-hard liberals will change tiny details about stories that are mostly factual to push their narratives.

    Here is a before and after from a story about the terrorist attack in Paris.

    They scrubbed a report on the terrorist proselytizing during Charlie Hebdo attack.


    Sigolène Vinson, a freelancer who had decided to come in that morning to take part in the meeting, thought she would be killed when one of the men approached her.

    Instead, she told French news media, the man said, “I’m not going to kill you because you’re a woman, we don’t kill women, but you must convert to Islam, read the Quran and cover yourself,” she recalled.


    Sigolène Vinson, a freelance journalist who had come in that morning to take part in the meeting, said that when the shooting started, she thought she would be killed.

    Ms. Vinson said in an interview that she dropped to the floor and crawled down the hall to hide behind a partition, but one of the gunmen spotted her and grabbed her by the arm, pointing his gun at her head. Instead of pulling the trigger, though, he told her she would not be killed because she was a woman.

    “Don’t be afraid, calm down, I won’t kill you,” the gunman told her in a steady voice, with a calm look in his eyes, she recalled. “You are a woman. But think about what you’re doing. It’s not right.”