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2021-09-19T07:38:17.632Z

An investigation published over the weekend in the NYT by the Israeli journalist Ronen Bergman promised revelations about the assassination operation of the father of the Iranian nuclear program. But almost all the details in the article are an exposure recycle by journalist Jake Wallis-Simmons, which has been repackaged. This did not stop the news channels from joining the celebration



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In the New York Times they opened a packaging plant, the Israeli media flowed

An investigation published over the weekend in the NYT by the Israeli journalist Ronen Bergman promised revelations about the assassination operation of the father of the Iranian nuclear program.

But almost all the details in the article are an exposure recycle by journalist Jake Wallis-Simmons, which has been repackaged.

This did not stop the news channels from joining the celebration

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David Wertheim

Sunday, 19 September 2021, 10:26 Updated: 10:34

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"Is there any doubt that if the editors of the New York Times had known about the Jewish Chronicle they would have published it? They just had no idea."

Pushes that came out over the weekend from the major TV channels and news sites in Israel as a double-up for the New York Times investigation indicate first of all the prestige of the newspaper, but also that when she hears the words "nucleus" or "New York Times" - the Israeli media is not really picky Or thoroughly.



Israeli journalist Ronen Bergman published an article in the New York Times about the assassination of Iran's head of Iran's nuclear program, Muhsin Fahrizadeh. Allegedly, this is an exposure and so did all the news sites and television channels in Israel referred to it and rushed to do polo-ups. After all, the New York Times. But almost all the details in the article are a re-enactment of journalist Jake Wallis-Simmons' exposure in the Jewish-British newspaper Jewish Chronicle from February. Even then, the Israeli sites did a polo-up. Who said that Israel does not recycle.

Below is the link to the original exposure.



It is important to emphasize that Bergman's article does contain a handful of new details (such as the fact that the weapon used to fire was an upgraded Belgian Mug machine gun, and that it was required to be transferred to parts of Iran), New.

In fact, already a few days after the assassination the Iranians were the ones who revealed the manner of the assassination using a satellite-operated machine gun.

News sites in Israel even reported this in detail.

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To the full article

Need a microscope to find new details.

Mohsin Fahrizadeh (Photo: Image Processing, no)

The repackaging of the New York Times as an exposure might have been legitimate, but the question is of course the scope of the revelations, whether credit is given to previous publications, whether it is presented as an exposure, and so on and so forth.

Or as she told Walla!

"There is no doubt at all that if the editors of the New York Times had known about the Jewish Chronicle, they would have published it? They simply had no idea."

The art of recycling.

Alon Ben David in News 13 (Photo: screenshot, screenshot)

This article continues to write itself, when on Saturday they went further in News 13, and did a polo-up for publication in the American newspaper - while taking credit for the exposure (which was not).

This is how the headline on the channel became "The New York Times reveals today what a cousin's questionnaire he repeated 10 months ago."



The interesting thing is that this is not a single incident at all.

Just a few days ago, Pike pushed out of all the media channels for Iran "standing a month of atomic bombing", due to a distortion of a report, also from the New York Times.

According to the original report, an analysis by an independent research institute that examined the reports of UN inspectors found that Iran has the ability to achieve within a month the amount of enriched uranium needed for a single atomic bomb. In Israel, the headlines have presented a completely different reality: "Iran is a month away from an atomic bomb."

"The story is told today for the first time."

Bergman

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"Scoop? Well."

Wallis-Simmons

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It seems that without knowing whether something new or old, interesting or not interesting, the very publication in the New York Times, leaves no filter in the Israeli media, come on push.

Or as the reporter concluded: "The rule of thumb is simple - if for ten months someone prepares an article that is ostensibly based on research but its title is the same as the original article then it is recycling."

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