Fairfax clarifies Project Gaza Story

November 13, 2010 by J-Wire Staff
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Last weekend’s “Good Weekend” featured a story on the Gaza flotilla by Paul McGeough…Fairfax has published a “clarification” about “facts” presented in the article.On Page 2 of Friday’s Sydney Morning Herald, they wrote:  “An information panel with the Good Weekend story ‘Project Gaza’ last weekend should not have said that Mohammed al Dura died after being shot by the Israel Defence Forces. The events at Netzarim Junction, Gaza, on September 30, 2000 remain in dispute. The information was introduced during the production process.”

J-Wire’s readers letters page features an open letter to the editors of the Good Weekend and the Sydney Morning Herald. J-Wire understands official complaints had been sent to the newspaper by community members.

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One Response to “Fairfax clarifies Project Gaza Story”
  1. Adon Emmett says:

    The leftist antisemitic hatred spewed by the Melbourne age newspaper has got to stop.
    Under the guise of freedom of the press lies and vilification are being spread.
    The newspaper is well greased by arab advertising, calling it’s objectivity into question.

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