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CNN’s Double Standard Against Israel

An American led coalition is fighting ISIS in its Iraqi stronghold of Mosul. This is similar to Israel's battles against the terror group Hamas. Why does CNN report on Israel so differently?

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Visitor Comments: 6

(4) Mike, November 18, 2016 9:26 AM

follow the money

about 15 years ago (and before that), CNN had very little advertisements (they also seemed to have a smaller budget than their competitors).
However their only advertisements seemed to be for companies from Arab countries, for Malaysia ("truly Asia"), and sometimes for Tourism in Croatia,
however their advertisement seemed to consist of mainly spots for companies owned by Arab nations.

(3) Diane B., November 12, 2016 4:12 PM

Thank you for reporting the facts!

Thank you to Aish for being one of the few media outlets we can go to for the truth!

(2) Deborah, November 10, 2016 7:55 AM

Hamas terrorizes its own citizens too

Even if the media didn't wish to acknowledge Hamas wishing to exterminate Jews from their historical homeland, you would think they would at least be concerned about Hamas' corruption and brutal suppression of political dissidents in Gaza... No?

Mike, November 18, 2016 9:32 AM

as the saying goes

"I've already made up my mind, don't confuse me with the facts", except that CNN and others know perfectly well what's going on but couldn't care less.

(1) Lawrence Greenberg, November 8, 2016 4:30 PM

Media Bias

Like all of the other "Alphabet Soup" networks, CNN long ago stopped reporting the news. They, like the others, have become nothing more than left-wing propaganda outlets. If something occurs which does not fit into their left-wing agenda, they simply never report it, as if it had not happened. With some events, they report only part of the story in order to slant your view and understanding of the event. And if they want you to believe something has happened which never actually did, they simply make it up and report it as an actual event. Thank G-d for the internet, the only source of information these days.

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