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    • Proud Israeli
    • 05.05.13 | 17:07 (IDT)

    ---------------- (Please publish this and please put a copy on the head editor's desk - you can delete this first segment. Thank you). ----------------- E.g.: Inbound39 States: "Israel running to form as usual - Attacking defenceless targets. No honor at all". At the time of my reading, 115 thumbs up and only 51 thumbs down. If I were a Haaretz reporter or editor, I would be extremely concerned by these statistics. Is this what you wanted out of your English edition news service? You have attracted Israel haters like moths are attracted to a flame. I KNOW this is not your aim, but it is certainly the outcome as evidenced by these talk-backs. I would highly recommend that Haaretz takes these statistics seriously. If your paper still remains with the core pro-Israeli left wing vision that your founders have had for this paper, you need to do some serious soul searching.

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    First published 21:45 05.05.13 | Last updated 21:45 05.05.13
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