Is the Gaza Strip really under siege or is the reality quite different?
A long term analysis of the BBC reveals a subtle bias.
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 UK media’s treatment of Israel has undoubtedly contributed to an atmosphere conducive to rising anti-Semitism in Britain. Criticism of Israel is, of course, legitimate and not all critics are anti-Semites. However, under the guise of “anti-Zionism”, Jew hatred has reared its ugly head and crossed into mainstream discussion. Media commentator Richard Littlejohn is to be commended…
Could the NY Times and Washington Post be guilty of providing material support for a terrorist organization?
The BBC apologizes for its Israel coverage?
The brutal Palestinian infighting and Hamas takeover of Gaza does not fit comfortably into the all-too popular and one-sided conception that Palestinians bear no responsibility for their own actions. Taking a look at the BBC, Melanie Phillips notes: According to its ineffable Middle East editor, Jeremy Bowen, the barbarism meted out by the Palestinians of Gaza upon each other…
Sderot continues to suffer as a woman loses her life to a Qassam missile.