This week the Times of Israel reported that a "Kfar Saba court denied a request from the Loewenstein Hospital Rehabilitation Center Thursday to enforce a decision to discharge a girl who was wounded when Palestinians threw rocks at her family’s car in the West Bank last year."
Adele Biton is the victim of the non-violent resistance esposed by those opposing Israel. For over a year she has remained largely unresponsive and her family must prepare the house for her homecoming, as well as hire carers. It is unlikely she will ever run a marathon.
Yet, Jodi Rudoren in a NYT article titled Mideast Tensions Sideline a Gazan Marathon Runner, chose to focus on a Gaza victim, who was unable to run in a marathon this week because Israeli authorities denied him a permit to travel to the West Bank.
Ms. Rudoren, how about devoting a lengthy article to a real victim, one who will be unable to run for life, not because of being denied a travel permit but, because of a policy in which a country allows those bent on its destruction to travel freely through its territory?
The NYT has another article titled Are Iran and Israel Trading Places?