Ramez Harb (? - 2012) was a Palestinian militant and commander. He served as a senior military officer in the resistance organization Palestinian Islamic Jihad's armed wing, al-Quds Brigades, until killed by Israeli forces during the ongoing Operation Pillar of Cloud.
It is no surprise that the Los Angeles Times harbors an intense hatred for Israel; this is the same newspaper that to this day has suppressed the infamous video of Barack Obama honoring PLO leader Rashid Khalidi. But the lengths to which the Times will go to falsely indict and smear Israel reached another new level on November 20. The Jerusalem Bureau Chief of the Times, Edmund Sanders, wrongly identified Ramez Harb, an Islamic Jihad leader killed last week in an Israeli air strike, as a "Palestinian journalist." ...
Following communication from CAMERA staff, the Los Angeles Times has clarified a Nov. 20 article by Jerusalem bureau chief Edmund Sanders which wrongly identified Ramez Harb, an Islamic Jihad leader killed last week in an Israeli air strike, as a "Palestinian journalist." The error and correction follow:
Error (Los Angeles Times, Edmund Sanders, 11/20/12): On Monday, Israel attacked the Sharouk communications building in Gaza City where it said four senior members of the Islamic Jihad militant group were meeting.
Among the dead was Ramez Harb, a Palestinian journalist. Israel said he was a legitimate target because he served in the information department of Islamic Jihad.
Correction (11/23/12): Gaza fighting: In the Nov. 20 Section A, an article about attacks by Israel and Hamas referred to Ramez Harb, who was killed in an Israeli strike on the Gaza Strip, as a journalist. Although initial reports said Harb worked for a Palestinian news agency, he was a member of the militant group Islamic Jihad. ...