Times Of Israel Removes Elad Nehorai’s Article “Jews DO Control The Media”
The worst thing about having an occupied media is that not only can the occupiers brag about owning and controlling the media, but they can also call you names (anti-semitic, racist, nazi etc) if you accuse them of what they openly admit to amongst themselves.
In July 2012, Under The Radar Media reported on a Times of Israel article entitled “Jews DO Control The Media,” written by Huffington Post blogger Elad Nehorai. The boldly titled article suggests that it was written in a very celebratory tone specifically for the very Jewish reader.
Nehorai’s bio from the Huffington Post is as follows:
Elad Nehorai is a writer living in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Five years ago, he became a religious Jew in the Chabad Hassidic community and has since written about his experience extensively, most recently in his blog Pop Chassid. You can find him on Twitter as @PopChassid and Facebook.
Soon after the article began to receive the scrutiny of readers outside of its intended audience, an editorial decision was made to obscure Nehorai’s name and replace it with the anonymous, and rather generic Jewish name of “Manny Friedman.” Although it is not entirely clear as to why the name of the article’s author was changed, a reasonable assumption could be Nehorai’s connection to the Chabad Lubavitch, a supremacist, Jewish order and religious cult with a global penetration.
Nehorai’s bio from the Chabad.org is as follows:
Elad Nehorai is an alumnus of Arizona State University and Mayanot yeshiva. You can find Elad wandering around America, gallivanting around Israel, or getting lost in the clouds. His favorite things to do include reading, writing and conversing with G-d.
Although the original article was removed, you can still find it on the Internet Archive. The original screenshot looked like this:
Even though it was copied and pasted by various bloggers all across the internet, the Times of Israel decided to completely remove the article from it’s archives altogether, as you can see by the screenshot below.