Despite what happened to Alan Johnston, Jane Corbin and her colleagues from the BBC’s flagship documentary programme Panorama ventured into the Gaza Strip to see the situation of the Palestinians following the brutal Hamas takeover and the subsequent international isolation of the area. The BBC’s default position on Israeli-Palestinian issues regularly places the blame solely on Israel, even in…
Is the Gaza Strip really under siege or is the reality quite different?
Two op-eds are published in response to Hamas propaganda in the LA Times.
A long term analysis of the BBC reveals a subtle bias.
The BBC is an organization under pressure. Over the past few weeks, the international broadcasting giant has seen its reputation reach its lowest ebb as a result of: Allowing an openly anti-Semitic posting to remain on a messageboard, which falsely claimed that Jewish Talmudic law allows Jews to lie to non-Jews and that Zionism is a racist…
The Jewish Chronicle reports: A BBC journalist allowed into Gaza to help negotiate the release of Alan Johnston was the subject of official Israeli protests six years ago over his alleged support for Hamas. Fayad Abu Shamala, a senior BBC journalist covering Gaza mainly for the World Service, was allowed to travel from Jordan to Gaza…
Hamas is aided and abetted by another mainstream US newspaper.
Richard Littlejohn addresses British anti-Semitism in a Channel 4 documentary.
The Toronto Star compares a terrorist to a Nobel laureate.
Could the NY Times and Washington Post be guilty of providing material support for a terrorist organization?