UPDATE: The New York Times article by Associated Press which I wrote about has had the headline changed to "Israel Places New Limitations on Cargo Crossing Into Gaza." It still appears in the previous version at Business Insider over here.
Additionally, whereas previously the article stated, "It appeared to be the first case of Gaza militant using animals to attack Israel," it now reads, "It appeared to be the first case of Gaza militants using birds to attack Israel."
Even though the original article contained the sentence, "Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Israel will cease transferring gas and fuel through the Kerem Shalom crossing until next Sunday but will allow food and essential medication to cross," various media sies had no problem publishing the headline that Israel shut down the cargo crossing.
The New York Times has published an article titled Israel Shuts Down Cargo Crossing Into Gaza to Punish Hamas.
Is it really to punish Hamas or to keep Israel safe?
The Associated Press reported in the article, "On Sunday, Israel says it discovered a falcon to which Gaza militant tied an incendiary device meant to set fires. It appeared to be the first case of Gaza militant using animals to attack Israel."
The Associated Press describes itself as being comprised of outstanding journalists. How come it took me, not an outstanding journalist, the total of 15 seconds to find this 2014 article?
Hamas deploys donkey strapped with explosives as Iron Dome defense system protects Israelis
And this article?
Donkey suicide bomb stopped by Israeli troops in Gaza
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