Insane, irresponsible journalism - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • EZ
    • 21.02.10 | 05:16 (IST)

    responsible journalism is gone...completely gone from Haaretz. This article is only the second I've read since Shabbat went out that revealed very poor judgment on the part of Haaretz. Opinions do NOT MATTER in regards to headline stories of a responsible paper or new source. I honestly think that haaretz has reached an all time low. How the heck could this journalist know how many nuclear weapons Turkey has through NATO??? what is reported by the military in any country is not the truth and everyone knows it: its always different. The hear-say journalism here is reckless, nothing short. Along with the title, this journalist has broken all ethics as a journalist and asserted crazy ideas. "Iran is a regional super-power"??? Uh, NOT. Major FAIL. The only reason the journalist might write this is if he was working for the CIA in order to 'scare' people into thinking Iran WAS a super-power which would justify a strike. Who knows with bubble-gum journalism???

    from the article: Iran is regional superpower even without nukes
    First published 02:07 21.02.10 | Last updated 09:51 21.02.10
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