First there were "settlers."
But that wasn't inciting enough.
So we then had "Jewish settlers."
But with overuse, it didn't bring in the hate that journalists wanted to bring across.
So then came "Right-wing Jewish settlers."
But even that didn't capture the seething disgust that objective journalists wanted to convey towards them.
So now we have, from Daylife/Reuters:
So people who live in a house in Jerusalem are "extreme right-wing Jewish settlers."
But the people who throw rocks at them, literally spilling their blood, are simply "pro-Palestinian activists."
Not "violent protesters." Not "left-wing terrorists." Not "anti-Zionist provocateurs." Not "pro-Palestinian stone-throwers." Not "rioters." Nope, they are peaceful supporters of Palestinian Arabs, mere "activists" - who throw stones at people they don't like.
And who can blame them:? After years of reading Reuters describing these Jews in such terms, who wouldn't want to throw stones at them?
To Reuters, it's the people who are being hit by rocks who are "extreme."
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