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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 10.04.10 | 03:50 (IDT)

    "ous situation when those in London, New York and Cairo are better informed about events in Israel than the people of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa. " - Haaretz in an article entitled 'Only a free press can ensure true security' An article which does not allow us to comment. An article which is 'censored' a priori by the simple act of Haaretz not allowing us to comment. The assertion that the Israeli press is not allowed to carry much information which is available to the rest of us is true. I have seen MANY instances where neither Jerusalem Post, Ynet, or Haaretz has covered stories about events in the 'disputed' (Occupied to the entire rest of the world) territories. How much is GOVERNMENT censorship and how much simply cultural I have no way of knowing. I can observe that when people - or nations - base their actions upon willful ignorance and self-delusion - they are setting themselves up for a hard fall. So WHY has Haaretz posted stories with no links to respond?

    from the article: In Israel, reality hides under a 'top secret' stamp
    First published 03:18 09.04.10 | Last updated 10:12 10.04.10
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