Eight-year-old Palestinian girl, was shot by Israeli rubber bullets in her mouth! # Gaza (Translated by Bing) I'm trying to find the source but the translations are rough. The truth is quick to find, a Palestinian 8 year old girl was shot with rubber bullets by Israeli Agents. If you have trouble believing it, be serious with yourself, and try to put yourself in their position. Palestine has been cut out of it's own country a long time ago, but would you freely uproot your family and give away your home and land you worked for to appease the countries who have decided your land was owed to another country? Palestinian people, including children, have been assaulted by stoned multiple times by an Israeli army - it's publicized and you can literally see the events happen - before something like this has been just another incident to not make world news. An 8 year old girl was shot in the face and mouth with rubber bullets, and I dare any defector who underplays rubber bullets to take 3 in the chest, legs, or anywhere you think can be handled. The fact certain things are so underplayed by the united states and world media is such a personal bother to me. Who the fuck cares about Bieber, or Britney Spears coming back, or any of this other dogshit faux news when the world is filled with media we ignore on a day to day basis. Is TMZ a real media source? WHy is it overvalued? What makes Fox and CNN a source for people on one side OR the other? What is wrong with our media is absolute dogshit, because the world is not a place of simplistic views, which is why originally the news was meant to show both sides of the picture. I'm preaching here but propaganda is what it is, left or right, white or back, or in shades of gray posing as one or the other. Sensationalism is the failure in this country. I hope if you take something away from this, that the previous statement is all. Be an adult, stop worrying about reality tv, who is fucking whom, whatever TMZ does, and why people are corrupt. Pick one agenda, and fucking go for it. Fix one problem at a time, because no one is big enough for everything.