The guy that got plastered with a tank shell a while back. The one that was a reporter for Al Jazeera or like that. The one the Israelis thought was aiming an antitank rocket at them instead of a camera. Y'all remember the roasting the Israelis got for that one? Small wonder they didn't let any reckless, disoriented, sensation-seeking journalists in. Did Goldstone include that in his report? Did he mention that Israel protected journalists by not letting them risk their lives in terrorist terrain?
Turkish army: 2 ISIS fighters killed in U.S.-led coalition drone attack in northern Syria (Reuters)
from the article: Israel ranks low for freedom of press, after Gaza war media ban