For months the town of Sderot, situated in the South of Israel, has been bombarded by hundered of Kassam rockets from Gazza. You may not know about this, because, as I discovered when I googled Sderot, only certain newspapers have actually been printing the news:
Sderot: 20 seconds to take cover - November 22, 2006 15:16
Hamas: Jews must evacuate - November 22, 2006 14:01
Sderot: Qassam lands near school - November 22, 2006 09:14
Hamas terrorist killed while trying to launch Kassam - November 22, 2006 08:05
Family of victim message to Olmert: Wake up, Sderot is crying - November 21, 2006 20:27
Sderot rocket victim dies of his wounds - November 21, 2006 00:08
Three Kassam Rockets Strike Sderot, Two People Seriously Wounded - November 20, 2006 13:46
Three Israelis injured in Sderot - November 19, 2006 13:30
And what has the international press had to say about this?
BBC - November 22, 2006 10:38
The Guardian - November 22, 2006 14:15
I am neither shocked nor suprised nor even offended that the international press has forgotten about Sderot. I think the people of Sderot feel like even Israel herself has forgotten about Sderot. "The path to Auschwitz was paved with indifference." Sorry, just something I read today...