'The bBC and its customary Anti-Israel article and half the storyThe BBC's hatred of Israel has fed a deep anti-Israel feeling in this country. I am regularly told that Israel is 'uniquely evil' and am told of all sorts of hateful things that Israel has done, most of which are either made up or nowhere near as bad as that carried out by its Arab neighbours (and Iran who don't like to be called Arabs) but I am also told that as Israel claims to be democratic it should be judged by stricter standards - yes holding Israel (the only nominally Jewish state) to higher standards than it's very Muslim neighbours is anti-Semitic but then so are most of the anti-Israel brigade.
Israel-Gaza conflict: One year on
Israel launched Operation Pillar of Defence, which it says was aimed at ending rocket fire from Gaza, with the killing of a Hamas military leader. Israel subsequently carried out hundreds of air strikes on the territory, while Hamas and other groups fired hundreds of rockets into Israel.
According to the United Nations, a total of 174 Palestinians were killed, at least 168 of them by Israeli military action, including 101 believed to have been civilians. Hamas’ health ministry says 185 Palestinians, mostly civilians, were killed. Two Israeli soldiers and four Israeli civilians were killed by rocket or mortar fire from Gaza, the Israeli authorities say
So the bBC reminisces, when Israel went to war against Gaza in which to try and stop missile being launched from Gaza into Israel. (funny enough hours after the Emir of Qatar visited and said he would hand over lots of money) but that is by the by. Have a look at the death figures the bBC quotes in which to play the victim card for Hamas. Remember that Gaza is one of the most populated strips of land in the world. I quote:
Israel subsequently carried out hundreds of air strikes on the territory,
a total of 174 Palestinians were killed, at least 168 of them by Israeli military action, including 101 believed to have been civilians.
So the most heavily armed airforce in the Middle East which carried out hundreds of air strikes (Actually the figure is in excess of 1500 air strikes) on a mostly civilian population and only manages to kill 174 people.
Am I missing something here, but is either the IDF that pants that in carrying out 1500+ air strike they only managed to kill 178 people in one of the most densely populated strips of land in the world, or did they go out of their way in which to target only those who live by the sword. Anybody who has been near a 1000lb bomb when it is dropped will understand what I mean (I was over a mile away)
and yet the bBC doesn’t look at that angle instead it blinds the reader to the blood lust of the jew. which the facts don’t support.'
Thursday, 14 November 2013
Those genoicidal Israelis
As posted on Biased BBC by 'Pounce', I couldn't have worded it better myself: