In our post Reuters needs a GPS, we highlighted Reuters fabrication of the fictitious city of "Arab East Jerusalem" for propaganda purposes. Reuters is also well-known for publishing photos that are doctored, staged, and dubiously void of content.
It is this last piece of journalistic malfeasance that is most often practiced by Reuters and egregious, i.e., employing photos that omit essential content, thereby advancing Reuters editors' own (biased) perspective while depriving its audience of the necessary information to draw considered conclusions on the conflict.
Note for example, how this series of photos appearing in a Reuters' story about recent violence perpetrated by Palestinians against Jewish worshippers in Jerusalem contains only images of, 1) an Israeli soldier firing tear gas, 2) an Israeli soldier aiming his rifle, 3) an Israeli soldier holding a Palestinian youngster in a headlock, and 4) Israeli police apparently whisking away a Palestinian described as being suspected of stabbing an Israeli soldier.
wheelbarrow loaded with those rocks); no photos of Palestinian violence directed at Jewish worshippers on the Temple Mount; and no photos of the Israeli policeman stabbed in the neck by the Palestinian pictured.
Yet another illustration of the one-sided match always on the tube at the Reuters Middle East network.