Is this kosher?

I just noticed that the Jerusalem Post has a top-level link on its Web site called “Iranian Threat”: Kind of unusual for a newspaper, no? Haaretz, in contrast, plays it straight: UPDATE: A journo friend in Beirut writes in: I am loving the Foreign Policy blog as always, but I am curious exactly how Haaretz ...

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I just noticed that the Jerusalem Post has a top-level link on its Web site called "Iranian Threat":

Kind of unusual for a newspaper, no?

I just noticed that the Jerusalem Post has a top-level link on its Web site called “Iranian Threat”:

Kind of unusual for a newspaper, no?

Haaretz, in contrast, plays it straight:

UPDATE: A journo friend in Beirut writes in:

I am loving the Foreign Policy blog as always, but I am curious exactly how Haaretz “plays it straight” with sections titled “Diplomacy” and “Defense”?

I’m embarrassed to admit that I didn’t really notice this myself until I’d been reading Haaretz for months. It’s still the best source I’ve come across for Israel-Palestine related news.

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