It's all wrong! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Fadi of Palestine
    • 18.03.11 | 10:20 (IST)

    Don't spend too much energy on reading between the lines. Any decent human being acknowledges that killing innocent civilians, especially women and children, is simply wrong and is a tragedy regardless if photos are published or not, if the story gets headlined or not, if its a settler or a Palestinian or an expat. That being said, the media, collectively and selectively, will paint a picture to pursuade one side to blame the other. Our governments, and all world governments for that matter have detached from morality and will twist and turn every event to their favor. There will be the day that we will all realize this entire conflict was done by and for governments, not people. We have lived together in peace before and we did not need UN resolutions to make that happen. It is only when politicians and war mongers got invovled that bloodshed started. We are all the same and want the same. Thank you Haaretz editors for giving us this medium to talk to each other without being arrested or accused of treason.

    from the article: Israel stooped to Al Jazeera's level with photos of murdered Itamar family
    First published 02:15 18.03.11 | Last updated 02:15 18.03.11
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