Ask the Guardian why it chose photo depicting a ‘child-friendly’ child-killing terrorist (Update)

(See important update below)

On July 15th, 2008, CAMERA provided the following background on Samir Kuntar, a Lebanese Druze terrorist, and member of the Palestine Liberation Front, before his release in a deal to get the remains of Israeli soldiers Eldad Regev and Ehud Goldwasser:

On April 22, 1979, Kuntar and three other terrorists traveled from Lebanon to Israel by sea, coming ashore in the Northern Israeli coastal city of Nahariya . According to Israeli sources and the personal account of Smadar Haran, the following events took place:

Having shot dead police officer Eliyahu Shahar, Kuntar and his accomplices headed for a nearby apartment block. Hearing the commotion outside, Danny and Smadar Haran scrambled to protect their daughters, Einat (age 4) and Yael (age 2), by hiding them from the terrorists. Smadar, Yael and one of their neighbors climbed into the small attic of the apartment, while Danny and Einat rushed…

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