Hamas militant gives CNN reporter a tour of terror tunnel

by Leah Rosenberg

A Hamas militant gives a CNN reporter a tour of a terror tunnel. What is the purpose of these tunnels? Hamas claims its for protection. What a lie!

Terror Tunnels

Any intelligent person should know the truth: terror tunnels are built to destroy Israel and its people. If a Hamas militant claims otherwise, how can you believe him? Jihadists build these tunnels from Gaza into Israel. They have used these tunnels in numerous attempts to infiltrate Israel and murder and kidnap Israelis. The media can criticize all they want, but Israel and the IDF will still do everything in their power to protect their citizens.

CNN’s Report

CNN’s report seems to lean more toward terrorists than standing up for Israel. Is that not absurd? A so called “credible” news outlet is siding with terrorists over the one democracy in the Middle East. The CNN reporter describes the tunnel that a Hamas militant is giving him a tour of. Then he says that Israel has a different name: “Terror tunnels.” Not only should Israel have a different name for them, but the world should as well. The tunnels are NOT for shielding Hamas militants from airstrikes, as these terrorists falsely claim. How can anyone believe a Hamas militant who believes in Jihad? The reporter then talks about a “pep talk” that the “fighters” are getting. That sounds like a sports game. It’s not a game. It’s terrorists trying to kill innocent civilians. Once again, CNN provided a bias report against Israel.

Israel Will Stand Strong

Despite the absurd bias reports against Israel, Israel will remain determined, strong, and focused. Their goal is not to kill but to protect. They value life, while their enemy values death. Hamas even says “we love death as Israelis love life.”

As Golda Meir, the fourth prime minister of Israel said, “We will only have peace with the Arabs when they love their children more than they hate us.”

We are still waiting for that day.

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