The Observer gets a look at the New York Sun's style guide, and notes that "it can be taken to offer some insight into the editorial positioning of the" rabidly pro-Zionist paper. Some revealing entries include admonishments against referring to the "occupied territories" ("West Bank and Gaza Strip" are acceptable, as is simply "territories") and the "peace process," which should only be used when quoted by someone else. And when it comes to Israeli Prime Ministers, "our readers can be counted on to know of which country Prime Minister Sharon heads the government. Likewise with the American president." But perhaps our favorite entry concerns the use of the word "ethnic," which "Means not Jewish or Christian." Awww, adorable! The Sun wants you to think the Jews are just as good as white people!