Palestinian writer leaves CNN female anchor speechless

Western media is under severe criticism for its biased reporting of the ongoing Israeli atrocities on Palestinians. Footage of CNN is taking rounds on Twitter, in which an anchor asked a Palestinian writer about his support for the violent protests that have erupted in solidarity with Palestinian families.

Mohammad El-Kurd, a Palestinian writer responded: Do you support violent dispossession of me and my family?

Earlier, in one of the articles Mohammad Al-Kurd wrote in The Nation magazine said, “…The United States sends Israel an annual gift of $3.8 billion in military aid, making it the largest recipient of US military funding in the world. US taxpayers’ dollars go directly towards the dispossession and ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from all parts of Palestine.”

As per statistics, as of November 2020, Israel has received $146 billion of US taxpayers’ money.

According to CNN, Israel air strikes Monday in Jerusalem left hundreds injured and tensions sky high in which at least 24 dead, including nine children, in Gaza, according to Palestinian health officials. 

The Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) said on Tuesday morning that 200 rockets have been fired from Gaza towards Israel since the hostilities flared. Hamas is using its self-defense to fight eh one-sided aggression.  

As per latest reports, Israeli aggression on Palestinians in Gaza continues as the resistance retaliates by launching rockets at occupied territories.


The permanent UN representatives of Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member states have declared that they would mobilize international support for Palestinians facing Israeli attacks in occupied East Jerusalem.

In an urgent meeting in New York, OIC permanent representatives “unequivocally condemned the recent brutal use of force by the Israeli forces which injured over 300 Palestinians in Sheikh Jarrah and around Al-Aqsa mosque,” the Pakistani mission at the UN said in a statement on Monday.

A core group of OIC members including Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan has taken the lead in seeking support to convene a special session of the UN General Assembly on the matter, the statement said.

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