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Tuesday, July 4, 2006
Breaking: WND Admits Existence of Right-Wingers in Israel!
Topic: WorldNetDaily
We've previously noted WorldNetDaily reporter Aaron Klein's aversion to labeling right-wing politicians in Israel as such. That may be changing: A July 4 article by Klein contains the following paragraph:

If Shas bolts, Olmert may then be forced to bring Arab parties into his government or form a coalition with the Knesset's right-wing bloc, which would likely only enter the government on condition a Judea and Samaria withdrawal is either cancelled or postponed.

This is a boilerplate paragraph Klein first used in a June 24 article on a dubiously slanted anti-Olmert poll (which he again cites in the July 4 piece). As far as we know, that's the first time Klein used the term "right-wing" to describe an Israeli politician or political party; he's usually whitewashing that sort of thing.

Congratulations, Aaron, on your ackowledgment of reality. Now, about your anti-Olmert bias...

Posted by Terry K. at 11:48 PM EDT
Updated: Tuesday, July 4, 2006 11:59 PM EDT

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