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" Other Voice " residents live in Sderot. It's close to Gaza's border. They maintain contact with Palestinians. They promote good relations and dialogue.

They call for "creative action" for long-term solutions. They want civilians on both sides of the border safe from ongoing conflict.

They hope one day regional calm and peace will replace confrontation and violence. They recognize and reject Palestinian suffering. They believe both sides can find solutions.

"The shared pain and shared hopes are the building blocks upon which we can stop the vicious circle of fear and suffering and build a new and better future."

They urge Israeli and world leaders to work for peace and "bring hope back into the lives of" ordinary Palestinians and Jews.

Human tragedy accompanies conflict. Media reports ignore it. Israeli missiles, shells and bullets killing Palestinian children get scant attention. 

Thirteen year old Hamid Abu Daqqa died a few hours after being shot in the head. His offense was being in the wrong place at the wrong time. In the past week, Israel killed six other Palestinian teenagers.

Haaretz prioritized other reporting. On November 13, it headlined "Between violence on Gaza border and Syria tension, Israel mulls next move," saying:

"It seems Netanyahu would rather avoid a significant operation in the Strip, which is why the logical course of action for him would be to increase aerial strikes."

Israel plans new "offensive measures against Hamas and the other Palestinian militant groups in the Gaza Strip, amid continued fire from the coastal enclave"."

Targeted air strikes and assassinations are likely. Israeli military and government officials met to consider options.

"(S)ignificant military action can be expected in the near future".(The) moment of truth is drawing closer."

Netanyahu said the "world has to understand that Israel has the right and the duty to defend its citizens. We will not sit idly by. We will act to stop this situation."

Premeditated aggression is called self-defense. Haaretz failed to notice. Instead it said "Israeli action would be to restore quiet to the Gaza border"."

A Haaretz editorial was no better. Headlined "The limits of deterrence," it said:

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Landman is heating again with his ani israeli prop... by yuval doron on Wednesday, Nov 14, 2012 at 7:14:32 AM