Summary of Editorials from the Hebrew Press

 Yediot Aharonot asserts that „In the absence of bribery the Liberman affair is serious, but seems like something which he will survive;


 Yediot Aharonot asserts that „In the absence of bribery the Liberman affair is serious, but seems like something which he will survive; the Netanyahu government will, in the meantime, hold on and the political system will digest it.”
Ma’ariv contends that „Talk of an imminent political catastrophe is just a part of a manipulative campaign of pressure, the object of which is to cause us to concede on our national interests.”
Yisrael Hayom notes that „The exodus from Egypt, the memory of which we relive around the Passover table, symbolizes much more than just the salvation from servitude.  It was the point when the Hebrews became a nation.”
The Jerusalem Post cautions that it is too early to expect drastic reductions in cellphone bills, “despite the announced entry of two new cellular providers into the fray and the heady promises of sharply lower prices as a result.” The editor notes that “Discounts are particularly generous when competition first gets under way and is at its fiercest. The veteran players are then at their most destabilized and likely to offer the greatest markdowns,” but adds that “Whether or not the potential benefits from the new, wider market can be maximized ultimately depends on consumers, who will need to engage in much comparison shopping and market research.”
Haaretz editorial was not available today.

 

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