The Ghost of Snapped Shot

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Yep, that sound you hear is the sound of the news media, reporting on 35,000 people demonstrating in front of the United Nations in support of Israel.

Go figure.

UPDATE 17:11 EST: The photo wires are starting to light up with some scattered shots of this protest. I'll do my best to catalogue them here. So far, we're at the same generic "thousands" that was used to describe the anti-Bush protest of a day or so ago, and we've only got one photographer sending in reports. It also appears that Atlas Shrugs is covering this now.

UPDATE 21-AUG 11:22 EST: UNBELIEVABLE! Not a single additional picture has crossed the wire from this event, and it is not being covered by any news agencies! (Also, LGF and Newsbusters are covering this story now. Welcome, guys—and remember, you heard it here first!)
Thousands cheered and wave signs during a pro-Israel solidarity rally near the United Nations as the General Assembly continues in New York, Wednesday Sept. 20, 2006. Speakers denounced state sponsored terrorism and called for the release of three Israeli soldiers held by Hezbollah. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)


Thousands attend a pro-Israel solidarity rally near the United Nations as the General Assembly continues New York, Wednesday Sept. 20, 2006. Speakers denounced state sponsored terrorism and called for the release of three Israeli soldiers held by Hezbollah. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)


Micki Goldwasser, left, comforts her daughter-in-law Karnit Goldwasser after she addressed thousands at a pro-Israel solidarity rally near the United Nations as the General Assembly continues in New York, Wednesday Sept. 20, 2006. Karnit Goldwasser read a letter of encouragement for her husband Ehud Goldwasser, one of three Israeli soldiers held by Hezbollah. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

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