Jobs for the terrorist boys: another obstacle to peace the BBC won’t tell you about

BBC Watch

As noted here on several occasions, the subjects of incitement and glorification of terrorism on the part of the Palestinian Authority do not receive appropriate coverage from the BBC and are not among the factors it informs its audiences are “Core Issues” of negotiations or “Obstacles to Peace“. 

Hence, the millions of people around the world who get their Middle East news from the BBC (and form opinions based on the information provided) will be unlikely to learn of this follow-up story to the recent prisoner releases carried out by Israel as a ‘confidence-building gesture’ to the Palestinian Authority. 

“Palestinian prisoners, who were convicted of killing Israelis and then released by Israel as a goodwill gesture to grease peace talks, were given at least $50,000 apiece as well as a comfortable monthly salary from the Palestinian Authority.” […]

“Depending on the length of their jail term…

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