Sunday, 28 December 2008

The best Christmas present that the BBC could receive

Joy of joys, the BBC have received the kind of Christmas present that they thought they could only dream of. After months of all but ignoring the daily rocket firing of rockets into Israel by Hamas, in breach of the agreed ceasefire, Israel have finally responded and the BBC can now fill their pages and their news reports with as much coverage as they wish. I also note that the BBC realises that it no longer has to be as overt in their anti-Israel coverage; years of demonising Israel and lauding the brave Palestinians means that just the illustrating of the story on the front page of the news page with a picture of a Palestinian child with a bloodied face will raise the "correct" feelings and conclusions in the brainwashed British public.

The BBC coverage of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict is a disgrace and whether the BBC see fit to publish the Balen Report or not, We all know that the BBC is disgustingly biased against Israel and in favour of its Muslim neighbours.

As many have pointed out before one of the great differences between Israel and the Islamic terrorist organisations and indeed Islamic states that surround it is this: If Hamas, the other terrorist organisations and indeed Islamic states laid down their weapons, then the hostilities would cease. If Israel laid down their weapons then the state of Israel would cease to exist.

If you want some background on the attacks into Gaza then I suggest a read of this Jerusalem Post article. Here's an extract:
"The IDF released a list of some of the targets hit: the Hamas headquarters and training camp in Tel Zatar; the "Palestinian Prisoner Tower" in Gaza City that was turned into a Hamas operations center and armory; the Hamas police academy, which was bombed during a graduation ceremony, killing 70-80 people; training camps in southern and central Gaza; the former office of Yasser Arafat in Gaza City that is now used by Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh; and the Izzadin Kassam Brigades headquarters in the northern Gaza Strip.

Throughout the initial stages of the air operation, the IDF Gaza Coordination and Liaison Administration transmitted messages to civilians in Gaza to stay away from Kassam launch sites and Hamas buildings and infrastructure. "

You can keep up to date with news from Haaretz and Israellycool.

You might also want to take a look at both the BBC's Israeli news service and the BBC's Arab news service. The BBC Arab news service can be found here as for the BBC's Israeli news service.... don't be ridiculous.

Some final questions:
Is the Israeli/Palestinian conflict the only conflict taking place in the world?
Is it the conflict with the highest number of people being killed and injured in it? If not, then why do the BBC devote so much space to covering it?
Is the BBC just anti-Israel and pro-Arab countries or is it also anti-Semitic because it is pro-Islam?

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Superb post. Correct, informative and witty.