Since Haaretz submitted this as: Home News Diplomacy & Defense and under Breaking News, it should contain "news", i.e. facts. The writer uses such loaded language such as "rhetoric", "radical right", "most hard-core peace process pooh-poohers", "Orthodox Jewish cheerleaders", "evangelical enthusiasm", "divisive internal conflicts" and ends with "both the spirit of political bipartisanship as well as the already–fraying unity of the American Jewish community in support of Israel will be counted as the clear-cut casualties". This would be acceptable under opinion, but here, at best, it is an editorial masquerading as news. I expect better of Haaretz to present facts and of journalistic integrity.
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