Sky News interviewer Kay Burley asked if Israel thinks Palestinian lives are valued as highly as Israeli lives.
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“Does Israel not think Palestinian lives are valued as highly as Israeli lives?”— Sky News interviewer Kay Burley, Nov. 23
We say: We have a winner for truly the dumbest question ever asked by a TV interviewer.
Burley suggested that because Israel is freeing three Palestinian prisoners for every Israeli during the cease-fire, it must value Palestinian lives less.
Understandably, Israeli spokesman Eylon Levy was shocked at that, noting that if Hamas would agree to trade one for one, Israel would agree in a heartbeat.
What the 3-1 ratio might really show is that Israel cares more about its hostages than Hamas cares about Palestinians, because it was willing to agree to such a lopsided deal.
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