I am not going to comment on the news, but how it is portrayed on the BBC News website.
The murder of a toddler is belittled to simply a Palestinian issue.
The headline is providing subtext to the whole story if you don't pay attention, it is easily gone undetected.
Normally words for a headline are carefully chosen to portray the most meaning in the least words.
Here the headline would have been a lot more poignant if the word "Palestinian" was either not present or present later in the sentence to further describe the child.
Instead it is added to the start where it takes away from the headline and story as a whole.