Following the murder of an Israeli man, 32-year-old Evyatar Borovsky, by a Palestinian terrorist in a stabbing attack at a bus stop in the northern West Bank on Tuesday, the Guardian’s Harriet Sherwood reported on the incident, as well as on subsequent retaliatory attacks by “Jewish settlers”.
The Jewish ‘attacks’ evidently occurred near the Yitzhar community where Borovsky lived, as well as in the Palestinian villages of Burin, Hawara, and Orif – and a nearby highway (route 60). According to multiplereports, some Israelis threw rocks at Palestinians and some set Palestinian fields ablaze.
The claim that there were some retaliatory attacks by Jews following Borovsky’s murder doesn’t appear to be in doubt.
However, the Guardian also published a video story on May 1, with the following title:
Here’s the video caption:
A group of masked Jewish settlers set fire to a house and fields across villages in the West Bank…
View original post 271 more words