In a Twitter exchange regarding Amira Hass, Haaretz reporter and columnist, and her appearance in England when she used the demonic "Elders of Zion" card in her remarks, I asked her editor if he was aware.
He wasn't but he trusted her.
Pressed by another tweeter whether if she sought to include that phrase in an article in his paper, the eventual response was:
Money and Jews.
Jewish money and politics.
Jewish finances, politics and power.
Jewish power and a conspiracy theory of anti-Semitic origins.
That's Haaretz, Ha-Ha-Haaretz.
Is this a bit of a backtrack?