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-- to get to Dan -- who is vice president of business and culture at the Media Research Center is an opinion piece of foxnews.com.
And down I gather you have some difficulty with the way a lot of media organizations.
Are referring to the Hamas rockets -- to a firing those rockets out of Gaza into Israel what what do you mean by that well that.
That's kind of an understatement basically the Hamas is an internationally recognized terror organization.
US is considered terrorist organization.
For at least fifteen years.
Just a lot of the media people don't consider -- terrorist organization.
-- until this weekend ABC CBS and NBC.
Weren't using the word terrorist at all CBS backed off that admitted that both the US and Israel consider Hamas a terrorist group.
But and NBC had one mentioned yesterday ABC continues to have people like Alex Smart -- Out there not only saying that their militants.
-- actually referred to instead of Hamas calling them dozens nodded acknowledging that Israel is at war with.
Anything to other than just the people of Gaza.
It's an incredibly ones -- -- down I guess.
A lot of the media organizations would say well Hamas.
As well as being a designated terrorist organization by the United States government is also the democratically.
Elected government -- of Gaza.
-- they may be democratically elected government of Gaza but they've also been.
Firing indiscriminate missiles into Israel trying to kill civilians the difference instead of -- up the moral equivalency that they're trying to set up here.
The difference is like we have with the old Soviet Union.
Is that -- union was killing millions of its own citizens -- and you have some dvds to your.
You're in the united states of course being a democracy.
Israel in this case is the only real democracy in the region.
And they're facing off against a terrorist -- state.
And the media think they're equal.
You Al-Jazeera which is just openly blatantly pro Hamas.
Comes out and says oh we've been to always told the B neutral and but this is not a neutral conflict.
And that's the same words almost exactly the BBC a and -- NBC's Brian Williams he said it's -- lopsided.
It it's supposed to be lopsided to war.
Done -- I guess the why did the moral equivalence argument is also is always one that is told to -- in these situations.
You -- view I am assuming would be that -- I'm innocent it's not killed on both sides.
The Hamas rockets deliberately target civilians.
Where as you would argue that Israel.
Targets it strikes against.
Those who are attacking it.
And that there is the inevitable.
And -- -- phrase collateral damage of civility.
Yeah even further than that CBS get into it a little bit on Sunday night within the media been woefully bad on this the attack on one of the media -- You know there was Islamic Jihad terrorists hiding in the media -- No wonder Israel attacked.
There are rockets right in the middle of population -- there are storage.
Bases for weapons were in the middle.
Population centers and then they say well Israel's attacking population centers.
No they're not.
And we're getting yet we're fighting a media award this -- that unlike any Israel has ever fought on public any any countries are -- Really where.
There's so many other media outlets there and many of them are still believe we -- Hamas.
That word that.
The wars being fought not just I -- -- -- right there but being bought online social media and all web sites as well.
All right dengue have vice president of business and culture the media research -- it is a date bait.
-- -- -- is great emotions whenever we get into.
The real violent -- back and Israeli Palestinian conflict -- hasn't -- foxnews.com.
On the the labeling all of Hamas as terrorists still -- not by certain media organizations are.
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