The media often refuse to report what they don't want us to know -- Here, from the past week, are just a few of Gatestone's offerings:

Now that Egypt has finally not only blockaded Gaza, but admitted it, as Khaled Abu Toameh asks: where are the flotillas, the activists, the media, the human rights groups?

Samuel Westrop reports on yet another double standard, arather chilling one. While the scholar Robert Spencer was denied entry to Britain last month because of his criticism of Islamist extremism, Saudi Arabian hate preacher Muhamed Al-Arifi was welcomed there, despite slurs against Shiites and his outspoken support for killing Jews.

Raymond Ibrahim writes that, bad as it has been for Egypt's Christians over the past few months, in recent days, attacks have escalated; al-Qaeda flags flying over churches. "With the ouster of Muhammad Morsi," he relates, "Egypt's Islamists have finally gotten the pretext they need to cleanse the nation of its Christian minority, the Copts -- ironically, Egypt's native sons."

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