Israel investigates tear gas death of Palestinian protesterWhat kind of worldwide condemnation can we expect, what sort of outrage by self-proclaimed human rights activists will we see, now that tear gas fired at protesters by Syria has killed an 11 year old:
Jawaher Abu Rahmeh inhaled tear gas fired by soldiers at weekly protest in Bilin against Israel's West Bank barrier
The Israeli military has launched an investigation into the death of a Palestinian woman who was overcome by tear gas fired by soldiers at a West Bank protest.
Ya Libnan reports
11-year-old Syrian dies from attack on protestersWill Syria receive anywhere near the condemnation that Israel received?
Mundhir Masalmi, 11, died today after suffering tear gas inhalation during a weekend demonstration in the southern Syrian city of Daraa, the Associated Press reports, quoting an activist who asked not to be identified.
That would bring the death toll to at least seven in four days of protests.
Will the death of the 11 year old boy receive anywhere near the attention?
Will Syria devote nearly as much time to investigate what happened?
When the answers to the above questions turns out to be 'no'--will anyone pretend to care?
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