Why does this paper always write things from the drecky direction... instead of being a t least outwardly ipartial. To sell the "news",? ??? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ben-Ze'ev
    • 07.11.13 | 02:11 (IST)

    This article is a bundle of disjointed crap. it begins as a diatribe against both Lieberman and the judges and ends with a scathing rant against the police and Aharonovitch. Ben Aryeh, to answer just the beginning of the "article".. gave the note on what he'd heard about an investigation, a few lines, to Lieberman when he was only an MK, a year before he became a Minister. The whole 17 year case was just political drek against a straight talking politician who rubbed people, including this rag, the wrong way. Just a co-incidence I suppose that they hauled him into court a few days before the election....... Would anyone bet real money that it sisn't have a huge effect on the loss of seats..... Not me.

    from the article: Judges let Lieberman off, but they don't want him in the government
    First published 01:00 07.11.13 | Last updated 18:00 06.11.13
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