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Monday, November 19, 2012

Israeli Family Talks About Gaza Rockets, but CNN Uses Selective Reporting

ISRAELI FRONTLINE
By Michelle Cohen

The Moradian family from Ashkelon, with which I am very well acquainted, welcomed a CNN reporter to their home late Friday night, November 16, 2012, for an interview about their experience with rocket attacks from Gaza. The video was sent to me from the lady of the house, Andi Moradian.  Aside from what appeared on the CNN video below, I asked about the interview, and here is what Andi had to say:

"They asked us about how the rocket attacks have affected our lives and work, we talked about how difficult it was for us to work, both of us run our own businesses from home, so when the kids are home from school I can't get much work done. It is difficult for Effie to go out to customers, either because he needs to be home with the kids, or some of the customers are in areas that are hit more than us so they are always running to the safe room. They asked what we thought of the operation, we said that we supported it and Effie said that he hoped there would be no casualties on either sides...that definitely wouldn't be aired on CNN! They spoke to the kids a little, who told them that they are scared and that at school the kids are all scared whenever they hear a loud noise."

Why would CNN omit what Effie Moradian expressed about his hope that there will be no casualties on either side, and why was the fact that Andi and Effie are unable to work during this time simply ignored?

CNN's selective reporting is exposed once again:

Source: CNN