The one who steals 2.000 secret documents is a thief. The one who installs them in her computer is more than a thief, someone who puts people in harm's way. The one who is the thief's superior, should guard his documents better. It is inconceivable that such material can be copied out of his computer, specially those top secret 700 documents. The journalist who is the recipient of these secret documents by the thief is being irresponsible, and his not handing them back is theft too. The worst of them all is the idiot who performs th function of "military censor". If he approved the publication, then there is no claim to be done to Haaretz. And finally, Haaretz is publishing a lot of material that concerns itself more than us readers. That is the ONLY thing that can be fingerpointed to this newspaper. When BBC is attacked, it reports it with dispassionate brevity, and on it goes to other, really important news. A matter of taste, really.
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