LETTERS
Media reports of Israeli action were a disgrace

WHAT a disgraceful way the media has portrayed Israel to the world. Now I know why Donald Trump refers to fake news — with the BBC, CNN, Sky News and ITV guilty parties.

Sadly, we in Britain don’t have anything like Fox News, which offers a much better balance on the events on Israel’s borders.

The way Hamas — inspired by Iran — has plotted for these violent rioters to break into Israel and kill Israeli people is sickening.

This didn’t happen just because Trump moved the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

It probably speeded up the process of the attacks, but this has been going on for a long time now.

Israel is showing great restraint — in my opinion, probably too much. If you show the muderous regime of Hamas any weakness, they will exploit it.

Once again, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn couldn’t wait to blame Israel. Nothing has changed there — or ever will.

Israel should not wait for the world to approve of its actions but continue to defend its people in whatever way it needs to.

I just thank God that there is the brave Isreael Defence Forces to fight for the Jewish state’s safety.

These are perilous times for Israel. May we all pray for the peace of Jerusalem.

Keith Fairclough,
Apartment 4,
Lauren House,
Whiston,
Merseyside.

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