International newspapers and magazines covered – in their coverage of Israel's war on… Gaza strip– Several topics, including the failure of the Israeli occupation army to achieve the goals it set, and the issue of targeting journalists who cover the war.
The French newspaper Le Figaro wrote about the field difficulties facing the Israeli army in Gaza, “despite having destroyed at least 100,000 buildings and claiming to have eliminated the capabilities of the Islamic Resistance Movement.”agitation(north of the sector).
In describing the ferocity of the field battles, Le Figaro said that Gaza will be added to the list of battles that entered modern history, such as Stalingrad and Berlin.
In the American “Time” magazine, writer Yasmine Sarhan said that the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “He does not have a plan for after the war in Gaza, and he has no right to talk about what has come to be called the next day.”
The author believes that Netanyahu did not address the calls of his extremist ministers to displace the population of Gaza and reoccupy it, and at the same time he did not adopt moderate calls for possible solutions, and this is evidence of his confusion and the fragility of his political position.
In the same context, Foreign Policy magazine wrote that Israeli officials are pursuing policies that will ultimately lead to cleansing the Gaza Strip of its population.
According to writer Howard French, US President joe biden He can rein in Israel, adding that it is not too late to do so, even though his administration's record of doing so is poor.
Massacre of journalists
For its part, The Washington Post touched on the issue of the killing of journalists in the Gaza Strip, and said, “Israel's war on Gaza led to a massacre of journalists.” The writer described the Al Jazeera correspondent Wael Al-Dahdouh It is a symbol of the disaster striking the Strip and one of its most famous faces.
The writer pointed out some of the warm messages that Al-Dahdouh and his martyr son Hamza exchanged before Israel killed him, saying that the condition of the Al-Dahdouh family sums up the bitterness of the tragedies of thousands of families in Gaza.
On the Orion 21 website, French writer Alain Grech and Tunisian Sarah Qorira attempt to analyze the failures of the Western media in its coverage of the Gaza war.
The analysis indicates an intentional bias in terminology and descriptions, in the arrangement and wording of news, and other things that ultimately lead to strengthening the Israeli narrative.
The writers add that Western media has never hesitated to condemn the Russian war on Ukraine, for example.