But as much as I dislike the headline, at least it's big news in the Jerusalem Post. I just checked the New York Times which at this moment, hours after the Arab attack on the main city of Israel's south, there isn't a mention. Surprisingly, BBC has a better title to their article than the Jerusalem Post:
Of course I disagree with their use of the word "militants," but at least they rightly put the blame on the Gazans.
That's much better than ynet:
Grad rocket hits BeershebaNo people seem to be involved in their version of the attack. It reads like one of those science fiction stories in which computers take control.
Gaza terror reaches Negev capital for first time since Operation Cast Lead. Grad rocket explodes in Beersheba house yard...
Arutz 7 got it right with:
And lastly, at least for me, will be Haaretz's top story at this moment:
An important headline should never be written in passive, because as news it must indicate an active subject. A good news title must be clear, and the first sentence should summarize the story giving a Who, What, When and Where. Too many news titles leave out the "Who," because they don't want to connect the Arabs, Gazans, or what they call "Palestinians" with terrorism and violence.