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Friday, February 09, 2018 

Haaretz was wrong to call Har Bracha a "mountain of curses"

The ultra-leftist Haaretz made a statement about the village where a rabbi was murdered by a jihadist several days ago that was so offensive, it even got panned by the US ambassador:
The United States’ ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, took aim at Israel’s Haaretz daily on Friday accusing the newspaper of lacking "decency" over an opinion piece that called a West Bank settlement to which the diplomat had donated an ambulance, and which was the site of a deadly stabbing attack earlier in the week, a "mountain of curses."

Days before the op-ed by the controversial award-winning journalist Gideon Levy was published in the left-leaning Haaretz, Friedman had thrust his decades-old donation to the Har Bracha settlement outpost into public memory with a tweet condemning the murder of Rabbi Itamar Ben Gal there.

“20 years ago I gave an ambulance to Har Bracha hoping it would be used to deliver healthy babies. Instead, a man from Har Bracha was just murdered by a terrorist, leaving behind a wife and four children. Palestinian “leaders” have praised the killer. Praying for the BenGal family,” Friedman wrote.
And all Levy cares about is where the victims lived? This is another reason why nobody should pay good money for such a repellent newspaper, which has far too little of value, and far more of disgust. Friedman was absolutely correct to condemn them for their abominable attitude.

Here's more on Breitbart and Israel National News.

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