Photo of a 16 month old Israeli baby injured by Palestinian rocks that the Guardian would never post

H/T Elder of Ziyon 

The Guardian’s recent report, West Bank sees rallies and clashes as Palestinians bid for statehood, Sept. 21, by Harriet Sherwood and Phoebe Greenwooddid note that Palestinians have begun committing acts of violence (against Israeli soldiers) during the marches, but characteristically only reported on the Palestinian casualties from the IDF response – conveniently failing to note the following. 

Per Ynet:

A 16-month-old Israeli baby suffered light injuries when a stone struck her head in a riot between Tapuah and Migdalim junctions. She was taken to Schneider Hospital in Petah Tikva.

Three Palestinians were arrested during clashes, and an Israeli citizen was lightly injured from stones hurled at him while he was travelling near the West Bank city of Halhul.

Some rioters set tires on fire and stoned security forces, who used crowd-control measures to control the scene, including sonic cannons and tear gas.

Is there really even the slightest chance that this picture could ever find its way onto the Guardian’s Israel page? 

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