All's fair...?

David Rodin begins his analysis of the morality of the Israeli-Hezbollah war by saying that it has been characterised by the use of terrorism on both sides (Features, September 15). He then spends the entire article, apart from one paragraph, on Hezbollah, examining the case against Israel, while the pictures illustrate only Hezbollah casualties. Is this even-handedness or disproportionality?

Leslie Wagner
Leeds

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