Thank you for your letter, but you might want write your comments when you are a little less angry.
One must also consider a few things before launching a complaint or critical review. 1.) Is the ariticle part of series or is it a stand alone article. If it is part of a seriies, perhaps more in-depth information is still forth coming. 2.) What is the author's background. Does he/she have information that I do not. Is there something in the author's experiences that might qualify them to write from the perspective they do? 3.) Is there a larger picture that the author sees that I do not?
If you can answer all three questions with absolute certainty, then a response might be warranted.
For example, I know nothing about economics - does that mean I am entitled to write critical reviews on Allen Greenspan's policies? Should I use words such as 'bullshit' and verbally slap him as if my limited scope was the absolute solution? I can think he is full of crap, but I don't have the full understanding to say that publically. Or I might sit back and read and try to understand that I do not see the larger
I am not saying your comments are not welcome - comments help journalists fine tune their writing skills. I am suggesting to read with understanding, or trying to understand the larger picture, and not atomize a subject.
Russia may terminate all kinds of military and military-technical relations with Israel, including the agreement on the exchange of reconnaissance data
The Ilyushin 20 (Il-20) military electronic reconnaissance aircraft of the Russian Air Force with 14 servicemen on board that went off radar screens off the coast of Syria was shot down by Syrian air defense systems over the Mediterranean Sea