"The Israeli official narrative regarding its conflict with the
Palestinians is deliberately confounded because a muddled up discourse
is a convenient one. It allows the narrator to pick and choose
half-truths at will, in order to create a falsified version of reality."
Now, if that introductory statement doesn't grab your attention...
And, the rest of the article is equally apropos.
Ramzy Baroud writes a succinct and compelling argument that underscores the nature of rhetoric, hegemony and psyops endemic in discourse concerning the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It is an extremely focused presentation that aptly furnishes clear examples to substantiate its claims position.
Of course, like an attorney, philosopher or speechwriter, I do suppose that a writer could compose an article to the contrary.