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Iranian propagandist "journalist" C. Amanpour tries to and fails

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Submitted by Sammy (United States), Apr 14, 2021 at 01:17

Iranian propagandist "journalist" C. Amanpour tries to and fails.


Highlighting the recent attack on Iranian Nuclear plant Natanz. Ananpour was clearly unease hearing from Ronen Bergman about the Mossad daring the Iranians to get inside their most sheltered place in Natanz underground, where they thought they are safe from an attack.... and that it was titally destroyed.

The incited Amanpour tried repeatedly to trigger a criticism against Israel after the Natanz attack, Chris Coon rather has praised the Abraham Accord, that more Arab nations recognize Israel.

She again tried to oncite him by asking what US will do if Israel acts...
Coon rather replied: It is vital for US interest to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
But we should recognize the legitimate and unique concern Israel has, given the repeated times Iran has threatened.

Amanpour team decided to select only those minutes-of-segments she can swallow...




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