BBC Blames Israel for Egypt’s Gaza Boycott
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  • Luke Lea

    How bad are things in the Gaza strip really?

  • The NYTimes ran a very similar piece yesterday, prompted by a UN “report”.

    When Israel pulled out, NGOs funded the purchase of hi-tech greenhouses from the Israelis, for the purpose of giving them to the Palestinaians. They trashed the greenhouses, and were proud of themselves.

    They deserve their misery.

    Gegen die Dummheit kämpfen die Götter selbst vergebens.


  • Corlyss

    @ Walter

    I was listening to John Batchelor’s program daily back 05. The week the Israelis pulled out of Gaza, he broadcast the whole week from the border there. If I remember rightly, he reported that, in their typically ergetically self-destructive fashion, the esteemable Palestinians managed to completely destroy the greenhouses and stip the pipes and cart off every saleable piece of equipment and metal in just a matter of hours.

  • Brian

    How could it be anything but prejudice?

  • Sam L.

    ” One doesn’t know whether to blame this pattern of one-sided reporting on ignorance, prejudice, or stupidity. ”

    This “one” does. The ignorance is willful, the prejudice is of long standing.

  • ahad ha’amoratsim

    Luke Lea, Palestinian journalist Khaled Abu Toameh, a brave and honest man if ever there was, asks How Many Millionaires Live in the “Impoverished” Gaza Strip? and gives this answer:

  • AK

    “Incompetence or bias…”

    Google BBC+Israel+bias = 4,650,000 entries.

    In 2004, the BBC commissioned a report on its own bias, then refused to publish it.

    Supreme Court upholds BBC’s refusal on Israel report The late Steven Sugar had claimed the BBC’s coverage was biased against Israel

    The UK Supreme Court has rejected an appeal against the BBC’s refusal to publish a report into its coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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