BBC WS ‘Newshour’ continues to mislead on Temple Mount issues

BBC Watch

We noted here the other day that Yolande Knell had promoted the inflammatory and dangerous falsehood that Jews are trying to enter Al Aqsa Mosque on the BBC World Service’s ‘Outside Source’ on November 7th.

Two days prior to that, on November 5th, the evening edition of the BBC World Service radio programme ‘Newshour’ – presented by Tim Franks – included a no less pernicious interview with a former Jordanian ambassador to the UN. The item is available here from 14:05.Newshour 5 11 Jordanian amb

Tim Franks: “It’s been another bloody day in Jerusalem. One person was killed, several others injured, when a man drove his van into pedestrians. The driver was later shot dead by Israeli police. The Palestinian Islamist group Hamas said it had organized the attack. For his part, the Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu condemned the car attack and blamed the group for tensions at a…

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