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CNN: 'Right-Wing March Brings Chaos'

CNN chose to affiliate these right-wingers with their religion and left out the religious affiliation of the "Arabs"--not to mention their political persuasion. How convenient. See the full description in the embedded videos.

I scrolled through CNN's web videos and found the next one relating to some sort of march or protest--it was posted two days earlier. Here's CNN's title: "Protesters: Out Of Iraq Now." And their description--well, see for yourselves. No political affiliations or specific descriptions besides "protesters"? If you want to know what CNN thinks of the non-right-wing, non-Jewish, anti-Iraq War protesters look no further than their video commentary.

Here is the second video:

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