Israeli bashers are now nit-pickers - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Arnold-Canada
    • 23.02.11 | 16:10 (IST)

    Whenever there is a disaster in the world....be it natural or man made....Canadaian newspapers immediately mention in their headlines if any Canadians were injured or dead. Then the piece goes on to describe what happened and usually before the end of the piece there will be another mention that they ( the news media) are checking to see if any other Canadians might have been in the area. This is normal reporting by all media when it concerns disasters and the possibility of of a country's citizens being involved.

    from the article: Three or four Israelis feared killed in New Zealand quake
    First published 11:30 23.02.11 | Last updated 13:04 23.02.11
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