Interesting article - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • John0815
    • 18.08.10 | 10:53 (IDT)

    First I want to thank Haaretz for this article. I'm from Germany, interested in Israel and always look on websites of Isrealic newspapers to get an Isrealic point of view. It's well known, that Wikipedia isn't correct sometimes. This is because of it's democratic construction. That means everyone can write articles there. The idea is, that others could correct the wrong things or at least there will be a compromise. Although I often don't like the behaviour of the jewish settlers in the West-Bank and I'm not glad about the politics of todays Israelic government (for example, that someone like Liebermann could get Foreign Minister), I think the settlers have the right to share their opinion and point of view on wikipedia, because some so called peace activists who denie any violence from the palestinian side also use wikipedia to influence public opinion.

    from the article: The right's latest weapon: 'Zionist editing' on Wikipedia
    First published 01:57 18.08.10 | Last updated 01:57 18.08.10
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