I'm browsing through the Middle East photo slide show on yahoo news. I was looking for photos from Lebanon and they were very revealing including photos of Hezbollah's targeting civilians in Beirut with RPG missiles.
Then the photos from Israel began, and lo and behold - almost every photo text about Israel's 60 ends with:
...but also with uncertainty about its future and doubts about prospects for peace with the Palestinians.
Which comes to absurdity at the photo showing the incident were a paratrooper fell into a crowd:
People rush to help wounded people after a paratrooper, part of an aerial display to mark the 60th anniversary of Israel, landed on people on the beach front in Tel Aviv, Israel, Thursday May 8, 2008. According to witnesses there were at least five wounded, their condition is unknown. Israel staged its 60th birthday bash with fireworks, air force flyovers and a great sense of pride Thursday, but also with uncertainty about its future and doubts about prospects for peace with the Palestinians.
Hu?! What uncertainty about what?! A man fell from the sky on observers on the beach - how in the world does that translate to "peace process uncertainty"?
This is what happens when Anti Israel propagandists get lazy and start using a cut and paste approach.