Cry me a violent river

Bookworm read this morning's weepy New York Times article by Steve Erlanger on the poor little Palestinian children driven to despair and violence by Israel's attempts to protect itself from the murderous intent of those who send them out to be suicide bombers.
...it shows that the Times has bought completely into the Palestinians view of their relationship with Israel, and have completed abandoned historical truth:
They are the children of the second intifada that began in 2000, growing up in a territory riven by infighting, seared by violence, occupied by Israel [I don't subscribe to this occupation crap, since the land was divided by the international community, or Israel won it in defensive wars], largely cut off from the world and segmented by barriers and checkpoints [barriers and checkpoints put in place to keep these killers from blowing up Israelis, one might add].
She takes no prisoners in the rest of the commentary, either.
Bookworm read this morning's weepy New York Times article by Steve Erlanger on the poor little Palestinian children driven to despair and violence by Israel's attempts to protect itself from the murderous intent of those who send them out to be suicide bombers.
...it shows that the Times has bought completely into the Palestinians view of their relationship with Israel, and have completed abandoned historical truth:
They are the children of the second intifada that began in 2000, growing up in a territory riven by infighting, seared by violence, occupied by Israel [I don't subscribe to this occupation crap, since the land was divided by the international community, or Israel won it in defensive wars], largely cut off from the world and segmented by barriers and checkpoints [barriers and checkpoints put in place to keep these killers from blowing up Israelis, one might add].
She takes no prisoners in the rest of the commentary, either.