Its amazing that a newspaper that has pretensions of being a voice of the left allows trash like this to be regularly posted in its talkback - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • The final straw that broke my back
    • 22.01.14 | 17:55 (IST)

    Haaretz clings to life living on its past glories. How can we expect credibility from a newspaper that revels in allowing blatant anti semitism and Jew hatred to be appear every single day in its so called talkback section. Their is no serious dialogue between opposing parties just an endless spew of ignorance and outright jihadist propaganda. I am distressed and offended at the low level that this newspaper has sunk to in its quest for readership. It appears that I will have to seek unbiased news and a knowledgeable readership somewhere else. Shalom "Haaretz" it has not been a pleasure knowing you.

    from the article: Israel arrests Al-Qaida recruits trying to bomb U.S. embassy in Tel Aviv
    First published 15:30 22.01.14 | Last updated 15:30 22.01.14
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