The new CNN correspondent Clarissa Ward, once worked with al-Qaeda propagandist Bilal Abdul Kareem directly to gain access for her “Heroes On The Ground” documentary.
Earlier this summer the American media activist living inside of rebel-held Syrian territory went on camera to vent his frustration with a former employer.
Bilal Abdul Kareem, a literal terrorist went on the record saying how his online propaganda outlet, On the Ground News, had been contracted by CNN directly to film the documentary “Undercover in Syria”.
Bilal Abdul Kareem said, “This was with CNN and their correspondent Clarissa Ward, which I have big-time respect for, big-time respect as a journalist, as a person.” Abdul Kareem continues with a sarcastic expression status, “This Undercover in Syria, you can Google it. It won the prestigious Peabody Award, and it won the prestigious Overseas Press Club Award, which are basically the highest awards in journalism for international reporting. Now, CNN barely mentioned my name! I’m telling you, somehow CNN must have forgotten that I was the one that filmed it, I guess they forgot that.”
Abdul Kareem was telling the truth, as his name was well hidden footnote in the Peabody Awards press release on its honoring of CNN.
The Peabody Awards commission went on to praise Clarissa Ward for what it said was “going undercover into northern Syria to document Russian influence on the fighting and to navigate the ongoing devastation,” but then only credited Abdul Kareem only in small print, regardless of the fact that he was directly responsible for providing CNN with its on-the-ground footage inside the war zone.
The ceremony, which took place this past spring, is where the CNN “Undercover in Syria” actually won the Overseas Press Club Award. For that award, CNN President Jeff Zucker was gave the acceptance speech himself.
CNN later used the award as a means of crediting itself against the barrage of claims it was “fake news”, and also used the award in a press release to somehow praise the access Ward was granted to eastern Aleppo by the terrorists which had control of the region.
CNN also said that her work on the documentary resulted in her being invited to testify before the United Nations Security Council. Again, CNN failed to mention Abdul Kareem’s role in granting her access, because he's a literal terrorist propagandist.
Abdul Kareem’s claim that CNN intentionally has “forgotten” him isn't really accurate, it more so seems that CNN his his name from gaining recognition for fears they would be exposed of dealing with a known terrorist for profit.
Ward contracted a terror, literally, with CNN's financial backing to take her into territory that was controlled by al-Qaeda militants. Abdul Kareem has a widespread reputation for being an English speaking propagandist for al-Qaeda’s Syrian affiliate, Jabhat al-Nusra, along with other extremist groups fighting against the Syrian government as insurgents.
CNN is literally ISIS. Or at minimal, they helped finance a terrorist organization. There is no denying this. CNN is not just the enemy of the American people, but they placed ratings and profit margins over the refusal to cooperate with terrorists.