Atlanta Jewish Times and Jerusalem Mufti - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 24.01.12 | 00:29 (IST)

    The "newspaper" in question is a tiny rag, with fewer than 10 (!!!) employees. It in no way represents Jews, Jews in America, or even Jews in Atlanta! and yet there is more ink on this "story" in Haaretz than there is in Haaretz on the PA Mufti in Jerusalem who represents all "moderate" Palestininans calling for Palestinians to kill Jews. Why is that? To Haaretz's credit the Mufti story did appear, briefly (and only in the context of reporting about those complaining Jews, complaining about it), but unlike the Mufti story, this moron in Atlanta will get saturation coverage by Haaretz and their readership (we know who they are from the thumb ups given to hatred of Jews, here).

    from the article: Atlanta Jewish Times publisher resigns over Obama 'assassination' column
    First published 21:50 23.01.12 | Last updated 21:50 23.01.12
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