Very true, I mean can you imagine the BBC reporting such facts? It would go against their anti-Israel narrative.'The election had other implications. The "Apartheid state" saw a 29% increase in the number of Arabs elected to the Knesset (Israel's parliament). Most of this increase came from Arabs elected within Jewish parties and not Arab parties. For the second time in a row, the number of women members of the Knesset increased. Israel has a higher proportion of women in the Knesset than the proportion of women in congress.Neither of those outcomes will be widely disseminated, neither in the world's media nor in colleges and universities across the world. That would compel people to rethink the characterization of Israel by those seeking its destruct.'
Thursday, 19 March 2015
Inconvenient facts about the Israeli elections that you won't find reported on the institutionally anti Israel BBC
This New York Observer article is well worth a read. It analyses why Benjamin Netanyahu won the election despite Barack Hussein Obama's best efforts and that of much of the world's media.
However it was this passage that most deserves wider readership: