The New York Times: Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil

On Sept 21, 2011, Palestinian Arabs threw rocks at a car driven by an Israeli in Samaria.  One of those rocks hit a 20-month-old passenger in the face, causing a gruesome injury.  Photos of the injured infant showed her clutching her mom as blood streamed from a huge gash in her tiny face.  A more serious incident occurred two days later on September 23, when a car driven by 25-year-old Asher Palmer in Judea was hit by rocks thrown by the usual culprits.  Again, one of these hit Palmer flush in the face, causing him to lose control of the car.  Both he and his one-year-old infant son died in that attack.  Neither of these terrorist incidents was reported by the New York Times. On October 3, 2011, a mosque in northern Israel was set on fire.  Graffiti at the scene indicated that the perpetrators of this act of hooliganism were Jews who sought revenge for the murder of Asher Palmer and his son.  The arson was prominently featured in the front...(Read Full Article)