Sunday, April 26, 2015

Rabbi Berland arrested in Holland?

Rabbi Berland arrested in Holland?

Where else in the world does this happen?
A man's taxi driver gets a speeding ticket and it covers all international headlines, completely warping the story. Once again Arutz Sheva takes the cake by deliberately changing the facts even when copying from they're own hebrew site in order to grab catchy headline. Luckily for them they took the story off the web before they can get sued.

The passengers confirm: It was a typical speeding ticket.
Israel news outlets jumped to the opportunity with the headlines "Rabbi Berland's car stopped by traffic police" and they go on to say that the driver was speeding. But when the international news translates the story they leave out the fact that it was traffic police and end with a puzzling question "It is still unclear whether the Rabbi was arrested". But then Arutz Sheva goes for the goal with one again the same winning false headline "Rabbi Berland arrested in Holland".

This reminds of the Palestinian suicide driver who rammed into and killed 4 people including a newborn baby waiting at the train stop. The driver also got killed in the process. International headlines read "East Jerusalem: Israeli and Palestinian casualties as a car rams into pedestrians waiting at the train stop".

When will we learn.

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