BBC WS again uses Christians to paint a picture of discriminatory Israel

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Those who listened to part one of John Laurenson’s ‘Heart and Soul’ programme titled ‘Christians in the Holy Land’ on the BBC World Service probably did not have very high expectations regarding the accuracy and impartiality of its second and final part – titled “Newcomers”  – which was initially broadcast on May 24th.Heart and Soul WS Newcomers

Even the synopsis on the programme’s webpage manages to inaccurately rename the Tel Aviv neighbourhood Neve Sha’anan.

“The suburb of Neve Shanon is tucked away in the Israeli capital Tel Aviv, out of sight of the large houses where most of the residents work as domestic staff. The people are a multicultural mix of Africans, south-east Asians and South Americans – and represent the new wave of Christians that have made their home in the heart of the Jewish state. 

To mark Pope Francis’s visit to the Holy Land, John Laurenson travelled to…

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