BBC’s ostrich approach to terror in Judea & Samaria continues

BBC Watch

Obviously, BBC audiences cannot hope to gain “awareness and understanding of international issues” or to “remain informed about world events” (as promised on the packagingif the BBC’s reporting systematically ignores certain aspects of the news in a particular region.  

It is difficult to imagine a situation in which the BBC would ignore a story about counter-terrorism forces in the UK arresting a terrorist who had shot at hikers but – having also ignored the initial shooting incident – the BBC apparently saw no reason to inform audiences that a member of the PFLP was arrested last week and admitted having carried out the attack.

“The IDF and Shin Bet uncovered a terror cell operating in Hebron and Nablus, Israel Radio reported Thursday.

According to the report, one of the members of the cell, which belonged to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, admitted that he…

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