You judge for yourself

By Aaron Berhane January 2009 Most of you who have been reading Meftih newspaper for more than four years recognize our mission and aim. You know that...

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By Aaron Berhane
January 2009

Most of you who have been reading Meftih newspaper for more than four years recognize our mission and aim. You know that we try to inform, educate and entertain. By sticking to this solid principle, we inform readers of issues happening both inside and outside our community; educate our readers through the contribution of our professional columnists; and provide content to entertain our readers. Briefly, Meftih has become a real forum for discussion.

When we receive articles that criticize people in our community, we try to balance them by asking for the views of those who have been criticized. one. We do our best to provide concrete information by challenging the offenders. If the offender fails to respond, Meftih will still publish the issue and clearly notifies readers of the lack of cooperation of the other party.

Meftih newspaper, therefore, becomes a mirror of our community. It reveals the two sides of our faces: the good and bad; victory and failure; progress and regression; wisdom and stupidity. In a nutshell.

Again, our principle is truth; our satisfaction is unity; and our vision is the continual progress of our community. That’s why we are committed to disclosing the identity of those who try to destroy the unity of our community.

For those of you who don’t know, we assure you that whatever we publish in the pages of Meftih is true. and it has no doubt to repeat it now what it said yesterday. We’re still sticking to our principle.

Therefore, since Meftih is supposed to be judged by people who believe in transparent administration and prioritizing the unity of our community, you judge for yourself—not those who don’t.

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