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September 14, 2005

Stop the Presses: Ha'aretz Corrects

A truly rare event has occured in the English edition of Ha'aretz today. A correction appears. It reads:

In yesterday's edition (Palestinians torch Gush Katif synagogues), the quote, "They left empty buildings that used to be temples, but they removed all the religious symbols, and they are no longer religious places" was said by PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, and not by David Baker [an official in the Prime Minister's Office].

The article was by Amos Harel, Arnon Regular and Nir Hasson.

Posted by TS at September 14, 2005 03:03 AM


It's nice to see how Abu Mazen is starting to take responsibility and action for his people's lawlessness (Insert disgusted sarcasm here). Also, as was said in the Knesset yesterday in response to an Arab Knesset member who made the same exact comment as Mazen: "Do we tell you when a Mosque stops being a Mosque? Who are you to tell us when a shul's not a shul anymore?" Hey, where did Mazen get his Rabbinac ordination?

Posted by: Olah Chadasha at September 14, 2005 11:20 AM

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