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Israel rule of law

We've already pointed out the hypocrisy and journalistic malpractice that are Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz's most defining features on many occasions. But lately, they seem to be doing an even worse job than usual. Jonathan Danilowitz notes:

Today, in the Hebrew print edition (and perhaps elsewhere too, if the article is translated), Amira Hass, known for her anti-Israel vitriol, by-lines a story with the headline (I’ve translated from the Hebrew): “The Supreme Court Orders Not to Destroy West Bank Houses; The Authorities Ignore [the courts]“. A shocking event if it were true. And yes, next to the headline is a compelling photograph of a bulldozer destroying a house. The photo-caption reads (translated): “The houses in the village of Dirat-Rafa’iya that were destroyed this week.”

It’s only when we read the article in full that we discover that the court order related to another village, and  was only delivered to the Military Authorities on the 5th November, and that, according to the Military spokesperson: ” …as soon as we discovered the facts, we stopped the project immediately. NOTHING WAS DESTROYED (emphasis added).

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