The Telegraph's "heartbroken killer"


By Miriam Shaviv
July 3, 2008
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The Telegraph's coverage of the terror attack in Jerusalem yesterday is somewhat sickening. Accompanying a full-length report - which does not even name the victims, most of whom were named early evening UK time - is a box focusing solely on the murderer. And the paper seems to swallow whole the story spun by his family, that he was "heartbroken" following a failed romance with a young Jewish woman several years ago. As if this could ever explain or justify murder; as if this is where our sympathies should lie. What on earth are they thinking?

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