Soft Power, Part Two

We’ve written before about Samantha Power, the virulently anti-Israel academic who serves as a foreign policy adviser to Barack Obama. Power has the distinction of arguably being to the left of Professors Walt and Mearsheimer in her view of Israel’s “domination” of American foreign policy.
Today, we learn from Noah Pollack and Michael Rubin that Power is also to the left of the New York Times on matters relating to Israel. According to Pollack and Rubin, Power was upset with the manner in which the Times corrected its initial reporting of the “Jenin Massacre” — aka, the massacre that wasn’t. Specifically, she took issue with a Times headline that said,

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