Skip to comments.CNN Puts False News Of Israel Rejecting 'Cease-Fire Deal' Over Faces of Injured Children
Posted on 07/25/2014 2:20:52 PM PDT by Nachum
As my colleague, senior editor-at-large Joel Pollak pointed out, Friday afternoon, CNN made a huge deal of Israel rejecting a "cease-fire deal" based on CNN's made-up premise that there was some sort of a deal.
Pollak writes quite correctly that "there was no deal, but a mere proposal" and "there was no indication Hamas would agree to the terms."
This deal CNN speaks of never existed. CNN is making it up because CNN knows that inaccurately reporting news of Israel walking away from a "deal" will make Israel look unreasonable and villainous.
To make matters much, much worse for Israel, CNN later broadcast a lengthy report filled with faces of injured children with a chyron blaring the lie about Israel rejecting a cease-fire deal.
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...
Look more like Palestinian Veal...
Sorry but, there it is...
The Hamas media at work.
CNN has always been anti Israel, go back to 2006 when Israel fought Hezbollah in Lebanon, CNN accused Israel of the same crap..which is why no one in Israel watches CNN anymore, they know that CNN is worse than Al Jazeera..Id love to see CNN hit with a barrage of rockets..would take those anchors 2 seconds to poop their pants..hope they have spare pants
I wish they looked at the Pali children and did reject the ceasefire. “No nation won a war by hugging and cherishing the enemy.” Basil Liddel Hart
The Bible is quite clear that God will not be mocked and Israel is the Apple of God’s eye. It also says those who curse Israel will be cursed. Take a look at the progressive folks do they look like happy people? Heck no
CNN’s an embarrassment...
This one’s fun... Joan Rivers tells off a liberal reporter...
Not a bit surprised.
CNN tries to hide their political agenda but it’s transparent to anyone with a brain.
> Joel Pollak ... writes quite correctly that “there was no deal, but a mere proposal” and “there was no indication Hamas would agree to the terms.”
This is just the first time they’ve done something like this? Now that is news.
Israel rejects Kerry ceasefire proposal; IDF death toll rises to 35
So did Kerry offer a deal, and did Israel reject it? No biggee, even if so. Maybe it was a bad deal, but a deal or an offer of a deal, there was.
Thanks for the ping.
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