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    • Carlo
    • 13.01.10 | 21:50 (IST)

    Good Sir, Kindly spell check your articles prior to submission. This is read throughout the world, and if something as mundane as spell check is not used it beckons the question, is the same amount of detail being taking into researching what is stated in your piece? I am a Jewish New Yorker who reads haaretz to gain as much insight into Israeli and Jewish daily news as possible and it would be more reassuring to know that the editing done is comparable with the papers available in NY. I hope no offense is taken by my request and I can't express my appreciation for having haaretz in English so that I can be abreast with the daily situation going on in Israel. Regards, Ira G

    from the article: Lieberman, ethnicity and Israeli politics: an open letter to Yossi Sarid
    First published 19:38 13.01.10 | Last updated 19:39 13.01.10
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