The other day the Huffington Post decided that bashing Israel was not enough for its "World News" section and decided to expand the scope to include the hard lives of the poor victims of Gaza. While Israel makes bold strides into high-tech fields such as medicine and computer science, Gazans are working with charcoal. Guess which one got the Huffington Post article?
It goes without saying that the sympathetic tone carries on throughout the article. Rocket fire from Gaza is only mentioned once, in the context that Israel would cut down trees to prevent them from being used as launching pads.
The Huffington Post readership responded in exactly the way the editors have primed them to:
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