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    • Vittorio
    • 10.07.06 | 16:10 (IDT)

    It seems to me that "ONE-SIDED APPROACH" is the current policy of HAARETZ. I am not sure that authors of articles really believe in unfair and intentionally distorted staff that they present. Some of them are looking for a cheap popularity and want to say "I am not a friend of Israel anymore (like Mario Lloso)". Nevertheless, one thing is curious: *** Why HAARETZ does not present the articles of the PRO-ISRAELI side?*** - Do your subscribers live in Iran, Syria and PA? - Do they finance HAARETZ from 'special' funds? HAARETZ knows without any doubts that the majority of Israelis disagree with authors of the newspaper. - Do you write for 'DUTCH' (Doris Cadigan from Natick, Massachuzets)? - Do you write for 'WHITE RUSSIAN' who sometimes calls himself 'RISSO BLANCO' who evidently has nothing in common with RUSSIA or BELORUSSIA? - Do you write for 'ABSOLUTE SWEDEN' (si this person calls herself)? - Do you write for anonimous 'PALESTINIAN'?

    from the article: Between cease-fire and flame-fanning
    First published 00:00 10.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 10.07.06
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