It is no longer surprising when we see censorship and intentional distortions in haredi works. We even expect this and are surprised when a haredi work is actually honest in how it presents historical matters and issues that are subject to ideological disputes. Yet it doesn’t have to be this way. There is no fundamental reason why haredi works can’t express their position without the all-too-common falsehoods. I think the ones most offended by this are those who are part of the haredi world and believe in its ideology, and don’t understand the need to resort to distortions in order to further the truth.
Marc B. Shapiro, “R. Shlomo Yosef Zevin, Kitniyot, R. Judah Mintz, and More”, The Seforim Blog (14 October 2013) [http://seforim.blogspot.com/2013/10/r-shlomo-yosef-zevin-kitniyot-r-judah.html]