Ambulance attack “was no hoax”
The Guardian’s readers’ editor responds to speculation on various websites and blogs that a report, accompanied by photographs, of an attack on a Red Cross ambulance (which prompted Melanie Phillips to write this entry hailing the downfall of the “mainstream media”) in July this year was a hoax, as alleged by various websites including pro-Israeli lobby sites known for crying bias. While there are some inconsistencies in the way the story was reported across the media, the fact that an ambulance was attacked by Israeli munitions still remains.
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