Absolutely Awful One Sided Reporting - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Shimon HaNasi
    • 17.01.13 | 21:00 (IST)

    I haven't Read many articles on this site because although I want to see views that are not my own I usually want them to still be written in a "journalist" like fashion. I have moved onto Al-Jazeera which obviously has an angle but they at least put articles written like this one into the OP-ED section where it belongs. Major criticisms: How is Likud Right and Labor Center Left. Why is the right block refereed to as the RIGHTIST-ULTRA ORTHODOX BLOCK when out of the 71 mandates only 7 are UTJ (btw they are a center party who has joined and would join Labor as easily as Likud). Where as the Left is referred to as CENTER LEFT when out of the 48 mandates 17 are Labour (self described: left and socialist) and Meretz (self described: left and socialist) 50% of the "Center Left" block. If you wanted to add adjectives to the different blocks your should use: The SOCIALIST CENTER LEFT and the RELIGIOUS CENTER RIGHT. Or just leave your opinion out and say LEFT or RIGHT.

    from the article: New election polls: Israeli right gaining strength, with up to 71 seats
    First published 11:40 17.01.13 | Last updated 11:40 17.01.13
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