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"Do journalists manipulate the news? Of course we do," says Fulford

Written by Frank Lambert
Thursday, 13 December 2007

TORONTO – "Journalists are desperate for attention…. It's our professional oxygen," said Columnist Robert Fulford of The National Post. "Do we manipulate the news? Of course we do."

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Jews, Hindus face similar problems, say speakers

By PAUL LUNGEN, Staff Reporter
Thursday, 21 February 2008

TORONTO — It took until nearly the end of the program for someone to finally mention "the elephant in the room." But in a question-and-answer period, the two speakers, one a Jew, the other a Hindu, were asked to comment on the dangers both groups faced from radical Islam.

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Cotler Criticizes UN

By Rick Kardonne
Jewish Tribune Correspondent
Friday, 09 May 2008

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Durban II: Anne Bayefsky Keynote Speaker

By Shlomo Kapustin
Jewish Tribune Correspondent
Friday, 24 Sep 2008

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Accommodation or Intimidation?

‘White guilt’ helps Islamists, moderate Muslims say

By PAUL LUNGEN, Staff Reporter, Canadian Jewish News
Thursday, 05 March 2009

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Iran, not a 'black and white' issue, prof says.

By ANDY LEVY-AJZENKOPF, Staff Reporter, Canadian Jewish News
Thursday, 19 March 2009

TORONTO — The western world needs to recognize that there’s a deepening schism in Iran between its hardline, nuclear-power-obsessed, Islamist theocracy and a burgeoning, liberal, youthful civil society.

So says professor David Menashri, director of the Center for Iranian Studies at Tel Aviv University and one of the world’s leading authorities on Iran.

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