Ma'an News has a story about how the beloved dog of Abdel-Hamid Abu Srour went missing.
Abu Srour was heartbroken, going sleepless nights and posting "lost dog" notices on Facebook for his favorite pet Cinderella.
The timeline of the story isn't clear, so we don't know if the dog was found by April 18, 2016.
That is the day that Abu Srour - who came from a well-to-do family - took a bomb on Egged Bus #12 in Jerusalem, sat on top of the fuel tank, and detonated it, turning the bus into a fireball and injuring 20 innocent Israelis.
He was killed by his device, which seems likely to have been built by Hamas.
Abu Srour's body has still not been returned, so Ma'an apparently decided that they must publish a story to make their audience even more sympathetic towards a cold-blooded terrorist than usual.
Ma'an is not an Islamist newspaper. It is not associated with either Fatah or Hamas. It prides itself on its journalistic standards and objectivity. And Ma'an - as a mainstream, modern and moderate news source - humanizes terrorists by describing how much more they care about their dogs than about Jews.
And Arabs revile dogs.
Here is the list of funders of Ma'an as of 2014. So-called "human rights groups" and even the US Consulate gave thousands of dollars to an organization that glorifies terrorists.