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    • Skye Shalev
    • 09.12.12 | 16:47 (IST)

    So, you have given an article, the people have responded. Now go an check your stuff out. Get back to us with. A. Who agreed that this should be offered to the Falashmura on their way leaving Ethiopia to Israel. B. Who paid for the process. C. Who's original idea it was, trace it back. D. Was it just that particular group or was it offered to the Falashmura two years ago, five years ago, not just this one time. Why is it that there is no deeper investigation before Ha Aretz brings us the news. Why is it only tidbits. Is it not possible for you to hear a story, grab it, investigate it. Then do some longer term investigation. That way with a deeper report with some integrity and impeccability your readers will be able to say WOW this is "insane" "cruel" etc. Or even ad some comments propose correct. What you give us is a snippet of nothing, that we still remain with no clear picture or view. Get your reporter to go and do a serious job, with a real deeper investigation and story, give your readers what they deserve. Your a borderline newspaper with a potential to be greater. Pay your staff more, tell them a story like this is a Bomb, go out take 6 months bring us, names, numbers, dates, facts. This of course could never happen. Your still only a zionist newspaper who can't quite make it. Ha Aretz can only give a "Smell" of a story. Pity for me. I would like more. Your faithful reader Skye.

    from the article: Why is the birth rate in Israel's Ethiopian community declining?
    First published 07:15 09.12.12 | Last updated 01:04 09.12.12
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