When a journal turns to an extreme left pro-enemy attitude, a similar media dynamics happens: most of the (paying) readers and commercials are from the extreme left, maybe from abroad. Even in the case the journal wants to show it has some aspects supporting its own country, these are taken with suspicion and sarcasm. The dynamics is such, that in order to satisfy its paying readers and commercials, the journal must go further toward the left - Hamas, ElKaeda, or whatever -. Just like in economy, such a drift is not sustainable for a long period, and collapse is inevitable. In the media this means fewer people buying the journal and commercials. Disclosing secret endangers soldiers lives, and our conscripts are enrolled by law - not voluntarily. Supporting these actions was a mistake, which will continue to hunt for a long time, and maybe mark the end of the journal. Its a pity, because the journal is interesting per se, and has a lot to contribute on economy, social issues and so on.
Firebomb thrown during demonstration in northern Israeli town of Umm al Fahm (Haaretz)