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Sunday, April 17, 2005

Ha'aretz plays hide & seek

If you can find a link to this article on Ha'aretz's main page or using the search engine, I will reward you by adding you to the list of contributors to this blog.

The article was there just this morning along with a rather big flag of Turkey, and I was lucky enough to catch it, as it was removed shortly afterwards (for some odd reason). It seems to me that some people (albeit a quite powerful group - powerful enough to assert their will on the so-called "left-leaning" Ha'aretz) were not satisfied with the article as it has the potential to undermine the so-called uniqueness of the Jewish genocide...

Comments:
Hi. You've been caught be Ha'aretz' ridiculous article dating methods. If you access it today(the 18th) it will date it today, if you access the same article tomorrow it will date it the 19th, even though it was posted on April 17th (which is why you can't locate it on today's main page.

However, you can access it from the main page, although indirectly. Look at the left sidebar(in blue). Just below "Share your family Passover recipes" on todays page, you will see "Previous Editions" and below that a Dropdown with "Select Day". Select "17 apr" and it will take you to a listing of April 17th articles. Under "Features" you will find "Waiting for the denial to end".

If you click on it it will take you to the article you are looking for (and put today's date on it!!It really is a stupid system they have. Perhaps a letter to them about this might help.)

So in this case its not a conspiracy, just another example of their idiotic layout.
 
Hi. You've been caught be Ha'aretz' ridiculous article dating methods. If you access it today(the 18th) it will date it today, if you access the same article tomorrow it will date it the 19th, even though it was posted on April 17th (which is why you can't locate it on today's main page.

However, you can access it from the main page, although indirectly. Look at the left sidebar(in blue). Just below "Share your family Passover recipes" on todays page, you will see "Previous Editions" and below that a Dropdown with "Select Day". Select "17 apr" and it will take you to a listing of April 17th articles. Under "Features" you will find "Waiting for the denial to end".

If you click on it it will take you to the article you are looking for (and put today's date on it!!It really is a stupid system they have. Perhaps a letter to them about this might help.)

So in this case its not a conspiracy, just another example of their idiotic layout.
 
Alright, thanks for the tip, but I still think it was removed from the main page far too quickly. Other feature articles have been there for weeks at times. Also, I don't see why it's not appearing in the search results when I search for "Armenian".

Also, if you notice, the "Sakhnin Diaries / Surviving self-doubt" apparently took precedence over "Waiting for denial to end", as the latter was replaced by the former.. I can see how Sakhnin is more important than "Israel's" denial of the Armenian Genocide. Yup.

At any rate, I was hoping that a newspaper like Ha'aretz would keep such a headline for at least a week, if to embarass the "Israeli" government and its policies of denial of a Genocide.
 
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