I think the point Zircofirol was making is this has all gone on for so long both sides has blood on their hands. Journalists should look at all aspects of the story - just because it is less likely to Israeli agents doesn't mean people should ignore the possibility. If they did that then they would be guilty of bigotry against the Palestinians.
It's all part of how silly it's getting now with every religion, country and culture acting angry and offended at the slightest comment they don't like. Effigies are burnt, ambassadors are summoned to apologise and countries products are boycotted - and sometimes innocent people are killed as retribution. It's making everyone afraid to speak and speak the truth, and with that kind of culture we're never going to solve problems and make progress.
No offence intended but you playing the victim is not going to help solve the problem it's just going to hinder the debate and the answer.
Oh please. Do me a favour and get off your soap box and spare me the self righteous indignation.
It would be fine if things were as you say they should be but the truth of the matter is the BBC puts so much spin on their reporting where Israel is concerned it borders on outright incitement.
I am assuming you are not aware that they tried/ are trying to supress an internal report about their unabashed bias regarding middle east coverage
The BBC has a sick obssession to portray Israel in the worst possible light whenever they have the chance and they are not the only ones.
I am not saying Israel is totally blameless in what it does- far from it. But there are two sides to every coin except when this issue is concerned so it seems.
And this coverage is so damaging because it goes beyond condeming a country for its policies- but it actually distorts the boundaries between being against Israel because of its policies into outright antisemitism.
And then people are surprised that the UK is one of the countries with the highest rise in antisemitic acts in the last year.
Here is just one excerpt from the following article:
Britain suffered the sharpest rise in anti-semitic attacks of any country last year, and British press coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a leading cause, according to an Israeli government report.
Here is the article:
Some food for thought.