A version of an article which appeared in the online edition of the New York Times titled Israel Accuses 4 Countries of Meddling in Its Affairs by Isabel Kushner also appeared in the International Herald Tribune print edition on December 23 with the title Israel answers European crticism with a blunt warning. In making a comparison between the two articles, I discovered, among other differences, a sentence that was left out of the online edition. Both versons contain a paragraph beginning with the following sentence.
"In response, Israel berated the Security Council members for paying more attention to the settlers’ arson and vandalism, which was strongly condemned by Israeli leaders, than to the bloodletting in Syria."
But the IHT also had this sentence in its edition.
"The connection between the two, if any, was not clear."
Upon reading the IHT article, I was taken aback by Ms. Kershner's opining about the connection. The article appeared in the news section. As such, only the facts should have been presented. If she wished to opine about the connection, she could have written an opionion piece.
Here's a nice story about the connection between a menorah that was stolen and a triumph over adversity.
Here's a story about a Chanukah miracle after a Brooklyn family was involved in a serious car crash. May Shlomo Zalman Ben Raizel Chedva have a refuah sheleima.