Very Witty Article but... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Jon
    • 13.04.10 | 11:42 (IDT)

    with respect to the refugee issue, I think Expert answer A is closer to the truth. Expert answer B raises some important issues regarding the force of Jewish paramilitaries, but is it not true that Plan Dalet would never have been constructed had the Arabs accepted the UN Partition plan. I see a selective exclusion of facts in part A whereas part B propagates pure lies such as 'these attacks were aimed to annihilate the entire Palestinian territory and population. Great job writing a moderate piece at long last. Many of the Haaretz op-eds espouse a far leftist view and fail to incorporate valid criticisms of their political adversaries.

    from the article: How to tell when a Mideast Expert is lying
    First published 15:28 12.04.10 | Last updated 22:10 13.04.10
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