It’s not often and almost never that you see a major news network, in this case CBS News, invite on a voice of truth to help explain the atrocities being carried out by Israel on the Palestinian people.
Noura Erakat, a human rights attorney and assistant professor at George Mason University, gave viewers a ‘refreshing breath of truth’ about Monday’s massacre in Gaza and the situation in Palestine – thanks to Azra for pointing us to this amazing breaking news clip.
Please watch, listen to #NouraErakat as she outlines the reality of the #GazaMassacre and #Palestine situation with a refreshing breath of truth on #CBS news. #Israel @VanessaBeeley @falasteen47 @EvaKBartlett @21WIRE @suegrant54321 @RenieriArts @Ian56789 https://t.co/F3QMRYdSGg
— Azra (@PeaceOnEarth222) May 15, 2018
This could be the best nine minutes of interview footage you’ve seen on a major U.S. television network in a very long time. That’s not saying much, but credit the CBS news eye for allowing Ms. Erakat to speak her mind on-air.
Meanwhile, the BBC continues to bring shame to its coverage of what’s happening in Palestine, prompting Media Lens to call on the state-run media giant to stop using the term ‘Gaza Clashes’ and instead call it what it really is:
— Media Lens (@medialens) May 14, 2018
Shortly after the Israeli military opened fire on unarmed Palestinians in Gaza, 21WIRE’s Patrick Henningsen asked ‘Who is David, and Who is Goliath?’ :
Let’s get this straight: 43 UNARMED Palestinians Massacred by Israeli Military at border – Over 1600 wounded, 772 by IDF gunfire. SO TELL ME, WHO IS DAVID, AND WHO IS GOLIATH… pic.twitter.com/jKIGe9O6b2
— Patrick Henningsen (@21WIRE) May 14, 2018
We’ll have more on the latest news from Palestine and the Middle East coming up later this week.
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