NBN considering legal action against HaAretz for slanderous report - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Alan Schleider
    • 23.10.12 | 13:07 (IST)

    From Nefesh B`Nefesh press release summarizing paragraph, issued in response to HaAretz's slanderous report: "In summary, we were shocked to read the libelous Haaretz article, which conjures a very false and misleading image of our organization. We are in the process of considering our next legal steps of action against the paper in order to uphold the truth and protect the organization's good name." (http://www.nbn.org.il/NBN_Haaretz_response.html)

    from the article: Nefesh B'Nefesh an ineffective monopoly with overpaid executives, say critics
    First published 21:16 20.10.12 | Last updated 21:16 20.10.12
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