The Huffington Post published today the exciting news of the UK pledging to build 12 new terrorist shelters I mean schools in Gaza today. What's the picture that the HP picked to accompany this story:
Look at those poor children just sitting around with nothing to do. How sad.
But wait, what's the rollover text for the picture? It says: "Palestinian children play in the West Bank refugee camp of Balata, near Nablus."
Why is the Huffington Post using a picture of Palestinian children in the West Bank to accompany a story about Gaza? Is it because the editors don't know the difference? Or is it perhaps because they couldn't find a picture of Gazan children looking forlorn enough? The most recent pictures to come out of Gaza look more like these:
And those couldn't possibly be used because they violate the narrative.