The Jerusalem Post can only tolerate the likes of Caroline Glick - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Smadar
    • 05.02.10 | 21:27 (IST)

    afterall if your agenda is not strictly right-wing and continually finding obstacles against peace with the Palestinians, then there's no purpose to write for The Jerusalem Post. I'm even surprised that Naomi Chazan wrote for the one-sided paper. As far as I know, the only Israeli editor defending the recent wars in Lebanon and Gaza was JP chief David Horovitz. Is that part of his job description or should he let readers decide for themselves? I've never heard Naomi Chazan speak but I did hear Caroline Glick , the managing editor speak in Toronto. It's like comparing day and night. My parents often attended Prof. Naomi Chazan's lectures in Toronto and a very good friend of mine who lived in Jerusalem for 15 years had Prof. Chazan as her professor and simply adored her. What a disadvantage for Israelis to receive a humanitarian's voice and regrettable that in a democracy all viewpoints are not given equal presentation.

    from the article: Amid row over contentious ad, Jerusalem Post fires Naomi Chazan of New Israel Fund
    First published 02:08 05.02.10 | Last updated 10:18 10.02.10
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