Skip to comments.CNN Sob Story Belittles Israeli Care of Gaza Girl
Posted on 11/30/2010 4:36:23 PM PST by Nachum
A CNN report on a three-year-old Gaza girl suffering from a disease caused by kidney failure has the makings of a great human interest story. However, the network turned it into an article that is uncomplimentary to Israel and ignores Palestinian Authority indifference.
The girl from Gaza is Aya abu Mouwais. The CNN report effectively creates deserved sympathy for her, beginning with the description, The second she opens her eyes she starts crying. The 3-year-old is in pain every waking moment and has been for two years.
She is suffering from oxalosis, a condition which occurs when the kidneys fail. Doctors in Israel say if the Palestinian girl doesn't have a liver and kidney transplant she could die within months.
Instead of praising Israel for accepting Arab patients from terrorist-run Gaza, CNN leads the reader to think that Israel is the villain.
The article describes the family having to drive back and forth to a Haifa hospital every day, including a wait at the Gaza crossing. No mention is made that the passage point has been used by terrorists.
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There is nothing Israel can do that would overcome the bigotry at CNN.
Leftists like the ones running CNN are enemies of humanity. They are just as evil as the totalitarian Hamas.
To hell with politics and compromise. Kill all leftists!
“He’s the Neighborhood Bully...”
180,000 Palestinians are cared for in the 1st World hospitals of Israel every year, some are treated by the same people whose bullets/bombs/swords were intended for.
Conservative Israelis want to stop it, Liberals care for their future executioners.
If the Palestinians had their own state, this little girl would probably already be dead.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
And all those muzzies are jumping at the chance to be donors to save the little girl/s
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