'Time' rebuked for calling Palestinian terrorist 'graphic designer'

By JNS.ORG
March 18, 2016 23:09

 
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Israel’s Government Press Office went public with a complaint against Time magazine Thursday, five months after the magazine published an article referring to a terrorist as a “graphic designer … killed by Israeli security forces,” with no mention of the people he murdered and injured.

Terrorist Baha Aliyan was shot by Israeli security forces after he and another Palestinian, Balal Abu-Janem, boarded the Route 78 bus in the Armon Hanatziv neighborhood of Jerusalem and launched a joint shooting and stabbing attack that killed three men - Alon Govberg, 51, Haim Haviv, 78, and Richard Lakin, 76 - and wounded 17 others.

On Oct. 15, Time‘s Rebecca Collard wrote: “On Tuesday, Allyan [sic], a graphic designer from the predominantly Palestinian neighborhood Jabel Mukaber, was killed by Israeli security forces after allegedly trying to carry out an attack in Jerusalem.”

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