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Thursday, December 10, 2015

CNN: Jews committed terror attacks too

I heard this story yesterday, but I've been (and continue to be) totally swamped with work, so I didn't take the time to click on it. I assumed - as I am sure others did on reading the headline - that the reference was to the rare alleged attacks by Jews on Arabs in Israel like Baruch Goldstein at the Machpela Cave and Eden Natan-Zada in Shfaram (none of whom was ever tried - the Arabs lynched them immediately, hence the 'alleged'), or the current still under wraps situation involving the alleged arson murder of three members of an Arab family in Samaria.

But no, the CNN anchor (one Ashleigh Banfield interviewing former Reagan White House administrator Jeffrey Lord) had none of those in mind.

Let's go to the videotape.

It goes without saying that this is not the first craziness to come out of CNN.... Where do they find these ditzes? Arutz Sheva has a reminder.
CNN is notorious for its anti-Israel coverage, most recently two weeks ago when the network posted a news article on its website in which Israel was literally wiped off the map.
The article, titled, "Beyond ISIS: 2016's scariest geopolitical hot spots," featured a graphic of the Middle East in which Israel is replaced with a red square marking the country of "Palestina."
CNN also faced an online backlash last May after issuing a report claiming that "settlers" had uprooted 800 Palestinian-owned olive trees near Hevron - based purely on unverified allegations by Palestinian Authority-based outlets with questionable records on fact-checking themselves.
One of the cable operators allegedly replaced CNN with Fox three years ago.  Since I don't have cable (or television for that matter), I cannot confirm whether that it still correct.

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At 6:03 PM, Blogger Dymphna said...

"No cable? No TV? How do you manage to know anything?"

Haven't lived in a house with a TV since 1978 or so. We, the televisionless, are a slowly growing number. I notice that for the most part we're better-informed.


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