I came in last night and looked at the news on the BBC's red button. I was saddened to read, reported as the second biggest story, that twelve Palestinians had that day been killed by Israeli forces. It is obviously very sad that these people have died, and right that it is reported, alongside stories such as this one about seven people being killed on the same day in Syria. However, the long list of red button news stories, with the Palestinian deaths reported as the world's second biggest story, did not include, at all, the news of a suspected Palestinian terrorist attack in Tel Aviv yesterday, in which one person was killed. Surely an Israeli death in Tel Aviv is as much news as Palestinian deaths on Israel's borders? Right now, although the BBC website has covered this killing in Tel Aviv, it has not put it on its Middle East News page (which leads with "Palestinians hold funerals for protests' victims"). Do some deaths (and some funerals) matter more than others?