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March 26, 2024

TO AOC: you keep using that word

Why Troubling News:

There are several reason this article is inaccurate and misleading. For one the author makes the argument that AOC is misusing the word genocide, while herself never identifying it. Second She refers to the War in Ukraine as a genocide, when it has not been classified as such. Third the author never quote AOC or describe specifically what context AOC uses the word genocide. these three observations about the article demonstrate the lack of quality and clarity the author brings fourth, and is therefore very likely to be misleading. The author also uses fake facts to prove her argument

Comments

  1. FearlessHusky1
    78.5

    I completely agree with you here. The author mentions the Hamas-UNRWA connection which has been already disproved. She also mentioned that Israel had “repeatedly offered ceasefires” which has not been …Read MoreI completely agree with you here. The author mentions the Hamas-UNRWA connection which has been already disproved. She also mentioned that Israel had “repeatedly offered ceasefires” which has not been the case. Or that Hamas stole food-aid, which is also a baseless accusation.
    She also focuses too much on the starvation part of the genocide and not on the bombing and shooting part. Which is, well, not something to be dismissed.
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  2. GraciousElephant5
    77.5

    I totally agree with you! That article is completely unreliable. It spreads false information and fake news in order to push forward a political agenda.

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  3. Ruba Al-baddawi
    90

    I completely agree with you. It is clearly a genocide.

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