In today's illustration of Reuters vile one-sided reporting, Abdalla covers a paper from Save the Children about the alleged after-effects of detention on Palestinian Arab adolescents who have been arrested by Israeli security forces for a variety of violent offenses including throwing rocks:
In a story of 555 words, Abdalla devotes just 81 to the Israeli perspective (that throwing rocks "can cause injury or death") and provides no examples of this reality. Historically as well, Reuters has rarely reported on these incidents (see our right sidebar "Reuters Censoring").(Reuters) - Of the hundreds of Palestinian children locked in Israeli jails each year, the vast majority suffer nightmares, bed-wetting and anxiety after their release, Save the Children said in a report published on Monday.
The charity said that since 2000, the Israeli army had detained more than 8,000 Palestinian children in the occupied West Bank and prosecuted children as young as 12 in military courts, most of them suspected of rock-throwing.
Here's a report from The Blaze on this murderous violence committed by Palestinian children, as well as adults, that apparently couldn't waken Reuters Jerusalem editors from their deep dark slumber:
An Israeli man and his pregnant wife who was in labor were attacked by Palestinian stone throwers this weekend as they were making their way to the delivery room, according to Arutz Sheva.
This comes less than a month after 25-year-old Asher Palmer and his baby son Yonatan were killed when Palestinians threw a large rock through their windshield near Hebron, causing it to overturn, as The Blaze previously reported.
What do they teach these guys at Reuters school?That same week, a 20-month-old girl was left bloodied after police said Arabs threw rocks at the car she was traveling in.