This article by Yoni Cohen may be the most worthless piece of reporting I’ve seen in years of reading the Jerusalem Post. I can’t imagine that it took more than five minutes to write, nor can I understand why the Jerusalem Post is not exercising some editorial oversight over an article linked from the site’s front page. Perhaps these days it’s all about getting the “clicks,” but ultimately I think it’s a bad strategy.
The five photos are all blurry (to my eyes), but the three brief comments currently posted are more helpful than the article itself.
[This blog post took less than five minutes to write, but this illustrated page about En Gedi took much longer to create.]