"It’s about humanity." That’s how a CNN article describes one woman’s efforts to help connect Gazans to telephone and internet services. “We are the voice of all these victims,” says another journalist extensively quoted in the piece who benefited from the effort. The problem? Their concept of “humanity” doesn’t include Israelis, and when Israelis are the victims, their voices express glee.
After the worst massacre of the Jewish people since the Holocaust, whose voices did CNN’s Alaa Elassar choose to elevate? The fringe Jews dedicated to delegitimizing the Jewish state and justifying the acts of terrorism committed against it.