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    • Jake in Jerusalem
    • 14.10.10 | 15:18 (IST)

    Good Grief! HaAretz has become expert in distorting the truth to confuse the gullible. Where are the reports on the steady thefts from Jewish farmers of agricultural equipment and produce in the North and South of Israel? Destruction of entire groves, thefts of entire herds, blackmail for the return of expensive tractor and combine parts? These crimes are committed by Arab and Muslim thieves and the authorities are afraid to do anything about it. Ask Shai Dromi. Ask ANY farmer in Israel! That HaAretz harps on fringe incidents while ignoring the major trends reveals so much about its political agenda. This isn't reporting - it's Mapai propaganda.

    from the article: Settlers learn how to circumvent IDF to strike at Palestinian olive harvest
    First published 02:35 13.10.10 | Last updated 02:35 13.10.10
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