2012's Top Ten on The Commentator
This year's top ten articles on The Commentator include topics such as atheism in Pakistan, the Leveson Inquiry, the BBC and Israel in the media
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So in 2012, we had a tonne of fantastic articles by our excellent writers – here are the top ten from this year:
10: The Guardian scrubs reference to 'Jewish political establishment' with no explanation by Raheem Kassam and Harry Cole
9: BBC pictures reveal more about their attitudes to the Middle East Conflict than they might wish by Raheem Kassam for The Commentator
8: The rise of atheism in Pakistan by Ghaffar Hussain
7: Why there are no bomb shelters in Gaza by Nick Gray
6: According to the BBC, Israel has no capital city by Raheem Kassam for The Commentator
5: Why do smart people still choose Keynes over Hayek? by John Phelan
4: Is the Guardian the most bigoted newspaper in Britain? by Robin Shepherd
2: A storm of massive proportions is brewing in the MidEast by Douglas Davis
1: Sweden tells Greece to quit Eurozone by Robin Shepherd for The Commentator
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