Less well-recognized is that Reuters editors frequently select photos for publication that only tell one side of a story. Even more egregious, are those times when editors select photos which are entirely unrelated to the associated story.
Consider this story by Reuters historical fabricators Nidal al-Mughrabi and Allyn Fisher-Ilan about the latest round of
Reuters runs two photo slides with the story; one, of a woman in distress being supported by a man with the caption:
The second photo is captioned:A Palestinian woman reacts at a hospital after an Israeli targeted attack on a car in Gaza City March 9, 2012.
A glaring illustration of a non sequitur in the context of a story about the exchange of aerial missiles between Israeli forces and Palestinian terror groups in Gaza.Palestinian demonstrators run away from tear gas fired by Israeli security officers during clashes at a weekly protest against a nearby Jewish settlement, in the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh, near Ramallah, March 9, 2012.
No photos are provided depicting the psychological effects, property damage, or injuries sustained by Israeli civilians as a result of the Palestinian attacks.
Reuters the recidivists.
UPDATE MARCH 11, 2012:
Reuters runs another unrelated photo in this update.
Moreover, note how al-Mughrabi (please tell us why this pathological liar is still employed at the agency) obfuscates on the number of Palestinian combatants killed versus civilians:
Depending upon source, between 94 percent and 100 percent of Palestinians killed in this exchange of fire were combatants.Israeli aircraft have continued to fly attacks over the Gaza strip, killing at least 16 people, including militants, since Friday.
By comparison, the United Nations estimates that the average ratio of civilian to combatant deaths in similar conflicts worldwide is 3:1 -- three civilians for every combatant killed.