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June 11, 2012

"Haaretz, Lost in Translation"

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Haaretz newspaper. Photo:

CAMERA's Israel Office Director, Tamar Sternthal, published in The Algemeiner:

Last month, the Israeli daily newspaper Ha’aretz sought to expand its influence among its extensive English-reading readership with the launch of a freshly redesigned Web site. Publisher Amos Schocken promised that its new digital subscriptions “will enable us to provide you with accurate and comprehensive news coverage, analyses and commentary on Israel, the Middle East.? But here’s a news flash: Erroneous information viewed on an iPad “app,? or on a Web site with a smart new design, is still erroneous.

And, unfortunately, it is the English edition of Ha’aretz, read around the world by all those who love and hate Israel, that is particularly prone to misinformation about Israel and its neighbors.

Read the entire article here.

Posted by at June 11, 2012 09:41 AM


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