Correct link here.
Funny as hell, but typical David Horowitz nonsense. Deathless purple prose:
Throughout Wikipedia, the Islamists and their Western enablers are winning by concealing Israeli perspectives while highlighting negative coverage. They are able to do so largely because they have the numbers (and patience) to drown out, shoot down, and quash all dissenting opinions, no matter how well-sourced. It is therefore incumbent on us to counter the Islamofacist influence on Wikipedia by opening up accounts and begin a campaign of productive editing. By doing so, we will contribute immeasurably to the Hasbara effort and counter the negative anti-Western influence that currently infects Wikipedia.
Plus, the "Battle of Deir Yassin"......
The Battle of Deir Yassin is another good example of the Islamofacist influence on Wikipedia. By all accounts, the Battle of Deir Yassin was a hard-fought, grueling battle that pitted ill armed Jewish paramilitaries against entrenched, well armed Arab villagers, reinforced by Arab irregulars, and according to some, Iraqi military forces. During the course of combat operations, Jewish troops advanced under withering fire, and succeeded in taking the strategic village. Some Arab civilians (including women) were killed. However, according to several historians and researchers, this was due in part to the fact that Arab combatants disguised themselves as women (a common Islamist tactic). No credible historian disputes this narrative and it is a documented fact that is noted by a multiplicity of sources. However, the jihadists wouldn’t hear of it and precluded any mention of it in the body text. They also prevented changing the article’s title from “Deir Yassin Massacre” to the “Battle of Deir Yassin.” Some editors who advocated the insertion of neutral or balanced edits were actually blocked indefinitely or “topic banned.” In its current form, the Battle of Deir Yassin reads like a propaganda piece conjured up by Herr Gobbles himself.
If he's talking about this article
, it's a long-notorious battleground on WP, partly because the "battle" was (by all believable accounts) a disaster for the Haganah forces. The Irgun extremists basically walked into the village and slaughtered everybody. The reason why they did it is, and will probably remain, a mystery. Deir Yassin is a good touchstone for finding out the level of rabidity of a Zionist. Even SV is editing it carefully and attempting to be neutral. (See this
reveals the name that Ari Lieberman used on WP to turn it into "battle of Deir Yassin".
He called himself Shevashalosh (T-C-L-K-R-D)
. Raised a stink
, and got his ass banned.....two years ago.
Why is he just now getting around to writing an editorial?