Talk:Lebanon faces humanitarian crisis
This... http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/285B14DF-5EE4-4733-ACB4-F2EE55F3E0BA.htm may be extremely newsworthy - but it needs additional sources to be verified, because aljazeera reports from a muslim-POV. --220.127.116.11 16:14, 24 July 2006 (UTC)
Are you suggesting that Muslim point of view means you can tell lies witout backing them up with citable facts?
I guess a better wording for this could be: "This is from a news agency XXXXXX. Please check citations and references carefully, because this news agency is not reputable." or something like that.
Anyhow, I checked your link at AlJazeerra.net and it referred to AFP (Associated French Press).
I checked AFP's newest news from this conflict: 
By the way, does anyone know any weblogs from Lebanon that could tell first hand experiences? Is there any working Internet connection over there still? It seems like a lot of places might have trouble even getting water, electricity, medical treatment, medicines, and food.
I found following blogs from Lebanese: 
About self censorship of the media covering this issue: 
Then again, can anyone find blogs from Israeli side? How much they have suffered from the rocket attacks?
This could be perhaps Israeli point of view blog: 
Tuomaskk 14:25, 25 July 2006 (UTC) Tuomas K. Kaikkonen
a revert 
I revertes som vandalism and a edit of Ealturner, though absolutly not vandalism. Ealturners edits goes by dodrums argumentation that article is publiched and preferible not edited any more. international 14:11, 27 July 2006 (UTC)
- Choose your words carefully and stay civil.
- Mr. Egeland appealed for both sides to put a halt to attacks and that "Hezbollah must stop this cowardly blending ... among women and children."
- The article selectively quotes Mr. Engeland. This quote gives NPOV to the article as Mr. Engeland places responsibility of the humanitarian crisis both on Hezbollah and Israel. Ealturner 22:12, 27 July 2006 (UTC)