B’nai B’rith sent the following letter to the editor of the New York Times regarding a recent piece it ran about Miam Bialik:
To the editor,
The New York Times never misses an opportunity to let its anti-Israel bias show.
How ironic that it published a “journalism” piece condemning a Jeopardy host for a lack of neutrality. (Mayim Bialik Wants the ‘Jeopardy!’ Job. Is She ‘Neutral’ Enough? by Julia Jacobs).
What a lack of self-awareness. Though “neutrality” is likely not on the job description for a game show host, it certainly is (or should be) at the top of the list of job prerequisites for a reporter.
There are three references in the piece involving Bialik as a proud, pro-Israel Jew. That's who Bialik is.
Yes, Bialik is outspoken on many topics, including the safety and security of Israel. But is that relevant for a Jeopardy host?
Mayim Bialik is a game show host and actor. Not a trained journalist employed by the self-described “paper of record.”
Daniel S. Mariaschin
B’nai B’rith International CEO
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