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August 02, 2006

News Photos from South of the Lebanese-Israeli Border

A CAMERA member protested to the editor of his local newspaper that the paper published only photos of Lebanese suffering and destruction, and no similar photos of Israelis.

In response, the editor claimed that there were no such photos widely available. This is patently untrue.

Below are just a few of the many photos the newspaper—and all newspapers covering the conflict—could have and should have run along with pictures of Lebanese suffering. (The photos were taken by AP photographers.)





nahariya house katyusha.jpg   haifa house katyusha inside.jpg
sister of israeli soldier killed by Hezbollah.jpg   
crying israeli soldier 2.jpg
katyusha injured.jpg    
Haifa injured katyusha.jpg
kiryat shmona bomb shelter.jpg
    crying Israeli soldier.jpg

Posted by GI at August 2, 2006 02:43 PM

Comments

They're only wide available if the newspaper WANTS to look for them. If they don't care to publish both sides, then the pictures must not be available.
-OC

Posted by: Olah Chadasha at August 4, 2006 06:02 AM

How come the world does not see this? Why just one side of the history?

Posted by: Indra at August 7, 2006 07:53 PM

i think it's just NOTHING, compare with what palestinian get..

yeah.. everybody knows it..

Posted by: israeli at December 30, 2008 03:11 AM

I have seen much worse than this. The Hamas and the Hezbollah uses there dead and hurt woman and children as a photo op. We Jews do not. I would love to never see any pictures of my beautiful Jewish people all chopped up. That is just to personal to us. Just the tears in that poor Jewish woman's eyes in the photo alone tells me its bad.
G-d bless Israel and her people...

Posted by: Pinchas sonny at July 20, 2010 12:43 PM

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