Even the captions to the photographs are biased. The first one is "Palestinian protesters react as Israeli police fire a stun grenade during clashes at Damascus Gate in Jerusalemís Old City.". Not "Israeli police fire a stun grenade AT Palestinian civilians". That passive voice when it comes to Israel has to be respected; even when they are doing something, they aren't doing it. Also, the police just "fire a stun grenade". Apparently they didn't fire it "at" anyone.
The second one:Palestinians assist a wounded man amid clashes with Israeli security forces outside the Damascus Gate in Jerusalemís Old City.
Again the agency is removed. It should be "..assist a man wounded BY Israeli police" but somehow it becomes "a man wounded amid clashes".
The third one has no such qualms:Palestinian protesters hurl stones at Israeli security forces amid clashes in Jerusalemís Old City.
No passive voice here but the contrast between captions one and three could not be clearer. Israelis throw a grenade and it's "Palestinians react", Palestinians throw stones and it's "Palestinians HURL rocks".
That's before you get to the body of the article.
One thing stood out, where they are burying the fact that Israeli forces are the ones instigating:
Police defended their actions after dispersing the protest in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood, where demonstrators had thrown stones at security forces. Earlier, police had blocked busloads of pilgrims headed to Jerusalem to worship.
So this gets hidden away down the page and seems to be reported backwards with the reaction being reported first, almost as if they are trying to reverse the cause and effect of the situation.
They also just throw this in as if it somehow weighs heavily:
A reporter for Israeli public TV tweeted footage of a Jewish driver whose car was attacked with stones and windows shattered at the entrance to Sheikh Jarrah Saturday.
A quick glance round Twitter would find scores of examples of settler scum and occupation forces attacking Palestinians but apparently none of those were tweeted or were somehow invisible to the "guardian staff and agencies" responsible for this latest whitewashing.