Haaretz is devoid of the slightest honesty or decency - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 23.10.09 | 03:51 (IST)

    No, I do not expect this to be published. Haaertz has persisted for most of a day when it and it's censors were made well aware that it's headline was a total fraud. And it seems as an honest source for the news, so is Haaretz. The propaganda line is that this was a 'secret' meeting when there was nothing 'secret' about it. Nor was it 'secret' for a month before the Israeli Atomic Energy Agency fed the story to an Australian paper as well as the AFP, then Haaretz faked a story pretending that the source was Australian. The press release tells the truth. Haaretz lied. And the refusal for half a day or more to allow the truth to be revealed exposes just how perverse, and degenerate Haaretz is. Haaretz is a coward, a degenerate, pathetic censoring coward. I guess were I that awful, disgusting and craven, I would hide it too. The truth, for any that wish to know, is despite Haaretz's headline the meeting was NEVER a 'secret' and Haaretz lies.

    from the article: Iran, Israel attend secret nuclear meet in Cairo
    First published 02:49 22.10.09 | Last updated 15:31 22.10.09
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