The LA Times Story (the headline in the topic of this posting) has a passage that reads:
'In a Wednesday editorial titled "Lucky my parents aren't alive to see this," Hass compared Israeli public opinion to "the crowd roaring in the Coliseum."
On television, the war being viewed by Israelis is a sterile affair, at least compared with the daily images of graphic bloodshed broadcast by Arab satellite news channels. Much like their American counterparts, Israeli channels shy away from showing excessive gore. The Jerusalem Post editorial on Wednesday criticized such imagery as "voyeuristic, nearly pornographic."'
I won't make any further comment.