Three Ladies- Three Lattes: Fake news?

Fake news from ancient Greece to present-day Israel

By PAM PELED, DANIT SHEMESH, TZIPPI SHA-KED
January 10, 2019 08:17
4 minute read.
Three Ladies- Three Lattes: Fake news?

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Fake news?
Dear Latte Ladies,
I’ve been thinking lately about the role and responsibility the media play in dividing or uniting a nation. It certainly seems a factor in American politics. How is this hot-button topic viewed in Israel, and what is your opinion on the subject?
Uncertain who to trust,
Scarsdale, New York

Pam Peled:

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