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Queen Noor of Jordan speaks of Humanitarian Catastrophe in Gaza



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  1. interesting...especially blitzer's instance of pronouncing it "kkhhamas"

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  2. Very well said Queen Noor. Blitzer's bias is incredibly transparent.

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  3. I like her approach to the situation, I wish more Arabs adapt and share similar mentality.

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  4. [...] aid to Gaza, Jordanian bloggers keep a close eye on traditional media coverage of the situation. Jad posts a video of Queen Noor's interview on CNN, while Lina, author of Into the Wind blog, [...]

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  5. She's my hero! She says everything I want to say, but Wolf Blitzer actually cares what she thinks (at least enough to put her on air!).

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  6. I haven't tv in days, so thanks for the clip. She's as elegant looking as ever and eloquent as always.

    As for Blitzer..he's just doing his job folks and playing devil's advocate as a CNN reporter. If this was foxnews she'd be interrupted every single 2 words and aggressively interrogated.

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