Or maybe he has, but has had it translated accurately, rather than by Israel. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Richard Pearce
    • 01.03.11 | 17:27 (IST)

    After all, given the track record of 'egregious, and likely deliberate mistranslation' that has been put forward and accepted as 'what they tell their people in Arabic' it would be idiotic to rely on translations by certain parties. (PS, I leave it to the reader to go digging for the source of that description of the translations provided so thoughtfully. Good luck hunting though, because unlike the 'genocidal quotes' who's quality prompted that outburst from someone who had thought them to be actual quotes, it isn't repeated ad nauseum by website after website)

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