‘Refreshing Breath of Truth’ on Gaza Massacre

‘Refreshing Breath of Truth’ on Gaza Massacre, Palestine Allowed On-Air

May 16, 2018
Courtesy: 21st Century Wire


IMAGE: CBS News guest Noura Erakat does not hold back when speaking her mind about Israel and Palestine on-air.

21st Century Wire says…

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:

You can also watch it on CBS News’ YouTube channel:

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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

Tell the truth, @BBCNews. Stop using the pro-Israel propaganda term, ‘Gaza Clashes’, and call it what it is: ‘Gaza Massacre’

Shortly after the Israeli military opened fire on unarmed Palestinians in Gaza, 21WIRE’s Patrick Henningsen asked ‘Who is David, and Who is Goliath?’ :

Patrick Henningsen

@21WIRE

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…

We’ll have more on the latest news from Palestine and the Middle East coming up later this week.

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