BBC admits to 'misleading' coverage of pro-Palestinian protests BBC admits to 'misleading' coverage of pro-Palestinian protests

BBC admits to 'misleading' coverage of pro-Palestinian protests

BBC admits to 'misleading' coverage of pro-Palestinian protests

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) admitted its "misleading" coverage of demonstrations in support of Palestinians and denouncing Israeli attacks. On the Gaza Strip.

Maryam Moshiri, chief broadcaster at BBC News, wrote on Monday, in a statement published on her account on the During the demonstrations, they expressed their support for Hamas.”

Moshiri added that what happened was “a misleading description of the demonstrations and was poorly formulated.”

Earlier we reported on some of the pro-Palestinian demonstrations at the weekend. We spoke about “several demonstrations across Britain during which people voted their backing for Hamas.”
We accept this was poorly expressed and was a misleading description of the demonstrations.

This comes at a time when accusations of Western media bias towards Israel are increasing, despite its crimes and ongoing attacks on the Gaza Strip.

A few days ago, the American channel MSNBC removed three of its most prominent Muslim broadcasters from the screen, coinciding with the continued Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip.

The " Semaphore " website said that the American MSNBC expelled Mehdi Hassan (a British-American of Indian origins), Ayman Mohieldin (an Egyptian-American), and Ali Velshi (a Canadian of Indian origins).

Some of the channel's employees expressed their concern about these moves, especially since the three broadcasters had deep knowledge of the dimensions of the conflict.

At dawn on October 7, Hamas and other Palestinian factions in Gaza launched Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood,” in response to “the continuing attacks by Israeli forces and settlers against the Palestinian people, their property, and their sanctities, especially Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem.”

On the other hand, the Israeli army launched Operation Iron Swords and continues to launch intensive raids on many areas in the Gaza Strip, which is inhabited by more than two million Palestinians who suffer deteriorating living conditions as a result of an ongoing Israeli siege since 2006, which has been tightened to the maximum degree with the current war .​​

France strengthens surveillance measures on its border with Belgium after the Brussels attack

French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin ordered the strengthening of surveillance measures on France's borders with Belgium following the killing of two Swedes in an armed attack in Brussels.
On Monday evening, two Swedes were killed in northern Brussels by a gunman who opened fire on them and then fled on a motorcycle, in an attack that Prime Minister Alexander De Croo described as a “cowardly attack,” calling on his citizens to stand united “in the fight against terrorism.”

On Friday, the French government raised the alert level of the “Vegeberat” security alert system to the maximum level after a teacher was stabbed to death with a knife by a former student at a secondary school in Arras in the north of the country.

The French authorities arrested the attacker, a 20-year-old young man.

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