In the course of paying tribute though, the Times reporters, Katherine Q. Seelye and Julie Bosman, have this:
The matter has created an uproar on the Internet, where many bloggers see an anti-Israel bias in Mr. Hajj’s manipulations, which made the damage from Israeli strikes into Beirut appear worse than the original pictures had.I think it's fair to say that the entire planet can see the anti-Israel bias in Hajj's efforts. What concerns many bloggers, concerns that have been expressed for years, is Reuters' unmistakable anti-Israel (and anti-America) bias.
This fraud can't be pinned on the London-based news service but it fits their mold. In the weblog community, Reuters didn't gain the nickname al-Reuters for nothing. It earned it.