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September 10, 1982 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, September 10, 1902





Investigation Reveals UPI Photograph Was Misleading

NEW YORK (JTA) —
United Press International
has concluded, after an in-
vestigation touched off by
severe criticism, that a
war-injured Lebanese child
had not lost his arms, as had
been claimed in a caption
and photographs circulated
internationally on Aug. 1 by
the news agency. The
photographs were also cir-
culated by Associated Press.
The picture of the al-
legedly armless child was
reportedly displayed on

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President Reagan's desk as
a symbol of suffering in
Lebanon. The photo por-
trayed a nurse holding a
baby girl swathed in ban-
dages after both her arms
had been blown off by an al-
legedly misdirected Israeli
bomb.
The Israeli medical corps
tracked down the infant and
the nurse. It was learned
that the child was a boy, Eli
Massau, four months old,
and not a girl, who was dis-
charged from the hospital a

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few days after the picture
was taken. The Israeli gov-
ernment sent Reagan a pic-
ture of the boy with a letter
saying that the child had
suffered a fractured arm,
and that Israeli doctors who
located the infant found he
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burns and that his fracture
was healing well.

H. L. Stevenson, UPI
editor-in-chief, in admit-
ting the error, attributed
it to the confusion at the
time, at the hospital and

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fifth and sixth grade stu-
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tack.
Fadi Mitri of UPI and two
other news photographers
took pictures of the child
and the nurse at the
French-run Hospital Dieu.
Mitri, who wrote the cap-
tion, said his information
came from neighborhood
residents and hospital offi-
cials who had talked to the
patients hurt in the attack
on the apartment in which
the Massau family lived.
On Aug. 8, Israel issued a
formal statement denounc-
ing the photograph as "a
gross distortion of facts and
violation of basic ethics of
journalism which caused Is-
rael great damage in wide
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in the city." He said the
UPI correspondent in Be-
irut, after an investiga-
tion, stood by UPI's re-
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