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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 03.12.09 | 06:38 (IST)

    Yossi Melman has proven to be a pathetic replacement for Ze'ev Schiff who was a most able man. Melman, in the most cowardly fashion, has reserved his opprobrium towards El Baradei until Dr. El Baradei was in no position to reply. Melman, spouts the propaganda line of the Israeli right - and the rabid right of Iran - that Iran will build 10 more enrichment plants. Were Yossi Melman competent - or honest - enough to comment he would be well aware that Iran has not been able to finish ONE enrichment plant much less build 10 more. As it is obvious to any honest, decent, or sane individual that Iran is far from completing the Natanz facility and has barely started the Qum facility, then how can ANY SANE INDIVIDUAL credit Ahmadinejad's boast as anything but a hollow and feeble boast? Haaretz has chosen to disgrace itself by publishing the pathetic propaganda pimped by Yossi Melman. And self-respecting journal would fire him.

    from the article: How ElBaradei misled the world about Iran's nuclear program
    First published 02:02 03.12.09 | Last updated 22:16 03.12.09
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