Salon.com Censors Criticism of Israel and Democrats
Salon.com deleted these paragraphs:
After witnessing Israel's brutal assault of Gaza in 2008, many peace activists also joined the movement for human right and justice in Israel and Palestine, engaging in campaigns to boycott and divest from the occupation, organizing boats and caravans to break through the crippling blockade of Gaza, providing support to non-violent actions against home demolitions and the “apartheid wall” in the West Bank, and challenging the stranglehold that pro-Israel lobbies have on U.S. policy.
Finally, we have been busy trying to insert the anti-war message in the broader movements for social and economic justice. While our message is sometimes rebuffed or marginalized in activities closely linked to the Democratic Party, at every major rally for jobs, civil rights or corporate responsibility, you’ll find anti-war activists.
from this article. Was there some good reason for this? Was one of the paragraphs just to accompany the other that Salon.com really didn't want? Or did it really not want both of them?
This "editing" job goes some way toward answering the question under discussion: why is the peace movement held back?