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BBC Radio 4 Knows Whodunit: It Was The Joooos

Setting the level of Jew hatred to 10 in the UK isn’t enough. Just like the volume control on their web-player, the BBC likes to take everything to 11.

Just before Yom Kippur a story broke of a Palestinian Woman in a complete face covering burka (something that is not particularly common here in Israel) being stopped by a metal detector check, pulling a knife and being shot. She subsequently died in hospital.

The first version of events largely reported came from the IDF people from the checkpoint. The BBC did not report at that stage. It took a day or two for the alternative stories to emerge from Palestinian sources including selective photos and video released by an anti-Israel NGO that just happened to be waiting while this woman went through the checkpoint.

As we’ve shown so many times in the past, “Palestinian sources” are often contradictory and unreliable. Which, of course, means they’re the go-to reports for the BBC to take as gospel, while sneering (as only the Brits can) at IDF accounts. This case is still up in the air, but one thing is for sure, the BBC will do everything it can to pre-judge the case and find the Jews guilty.

4 thoughts on “BBC Radio 4 Knows Whodunit: It Was The Joooos”

  1. Barney Sternfield

    Instead of complaining all the time about how anti-Semetic the BBC is, why don’t sites like this introduce an iniative to get the BBC to release the results of the Balen Report. They crowed about how it was going to show how fair they were in their coverage. They’ve not only not released it, but they’ve hired lawyers to help keep it under wraps. Because the taxpayers have to support the BBC you would think that the public would have a right to see the report’s contents, but maybe that’s just because I was raised in America and I recall at one time we had an issue with Britian over unfair taxes. As Jews we have a tendancy to embrace our inner victim too much to our detriment. In any encounter with the BBC we should be massively hounding them about this subject. If we quit crying all the time and begin to stand up for ourselves by turning the tables on our enemies (yes I said Enemies) then maybe we can take more of them down.

    1. There already is an excellent BBC monitoring website called BBC Watch run by Hadar Sela. It’s associated with CAMERA and UK Media Watch amongst others. They covered the BBC misreporting (understatement). on this incident here.

      Of course, the more sites that monitor the BBC and take it to task, the better.

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