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CNN SLAMMED for Description of Jerusalem Terror Attack

The tragic events that unfolded in Jerusalem on Friday left a six-year-old child dead and another man in his twenties injured. According to Israeli police, the incident was a ramming terror attack, in which a car drove into people at a bus stop. CNN reported on the incident, but used passive language to describe the attack, which sparked criticism from Twitter users.

The suspect, Hussein Qaraqe, was identified as a 31-year-old from east Jerusalem and was “neutralized” at the scene by police. The other victim was the aforementioned man in his twenties who died due to his injuries.

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CNN’s reporting on this attack is similar to when Darrell Brooks drove an SUV into a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin in 2021, killing six people and injuring many more. In both cases, the passive language used by CNN to describe the attacks was met with criticism from social media users.

The use of passive language to describe these terror attacks is extremely problematic, as it fails to accurately portray the events that occurred. It is important for news outlets to use clear and direct language when reporting on such incidents, as it is essential for the public to be informed of the truth.

In order to ensure accuracy and truthfulness in news reporting, it is important for news outlets to avoid using passive language when describing terror attacks. This will help to ensure that the public is accurately informed of the events that have occurred, and will help to prevent any confusion or misunderstanding.

The preceding article is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Townhall

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