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ver the course of many years, I’ve written repeatedly about the biases and mendacity of the New York Times. In a 2011 column, for example, I wrote that “the New York Times’ track record for bias against Israel and Jews, especially the religious kind, is, sadly, quite well-established. From its morally contemptible silence during the Holocaust to as recently as this month, when it referred to the victims of the Itamar horror as ‘settlers’ — yes, even the little ones, a four-year-old and a three-month old — there’s a palpable coldheartedness, or worse, in its writing about us.”