" When al-Qaeda was kicked out of Aleppo, it was uniformly reported in the
western media that Assad would slaughter anyone who returned. However,
some 500,000 refugees have since
returned to those areas in Syria where the government has regained
control. Instead of slaughter, Christians have been able to attend Mass
for the first time in years. Mosul has been reduced to rubble and
thousands have been killed in the US-led move to expel ISIS from the
city. This is celebrated in the western media as a great liberation. No
mention of civilian dead. Why the contrast in reporting? One city was
liberated by the US and the other was liberated by "official enemies."
That's our free press... "