Anti-Israel CNN Anchor Amanpour Accused Of Fabricating ‘Palestinian Polls’

CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour is one of the most vicious Israel-haters on cable news television. In a recent interview with the former Israeli ambassador to France, Amanpour claimed, “the latest polls from the Palestinian side also show that they want a peaceful, two-state solution to co-exist with you.” Amanpour is once again lying about the Israel-Palestinian conflict with these fabricated polls. And at a time when Palestinian terrorism and incitement against Israelis is skyrocketing. When will CNN fire this bigot?

Among the polls CAMERA cites debunking Amanpour’s claim are:
• A December 2022 poll by the Ramallah-based Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PCPSR) that found only 32% of Palestinians support a two-state solution;
• A July 2022 poll by the Palestinian organization Jerusalem Media & Communication Center (JMCC) that found 26% of Palestinians prefer a two-state solution.
• June 2022 polling data from the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (TWI) that found only 37% of Gazans and 25% of West Bank Palestinians would “definitely accept” or “probably accept” the concept of “two states for two peoples.”
• An August 2021 poll from the Ramallah-based Arab World for Research & Development (AWRD) that found only 36% of Palestinians support a two-state solution.

Anti-Israel CNN Anchor Accused of Fabricating ‘Palestinian Polls’

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By United With Israel, Feb 23, 2023

A leading media watchdog accused Christiane Amanpour of faking poll results to create the false impression that Palestinians support peace with Israel.

By United with Israel Staff

Last week, CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour interviewed former Israeli ambassador to France Yael German.

“I want to know from you, as a diplomat, is there any hope for anything resembling negotiations on a two-state solution, given that the settlements and the settlement-believers are emboldened by now their backers who are in government?” asked Amanpour, displaying an attitude toward the Jewish state that has earned her consistent accusations of anti-Israel bias.

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