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Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Love Affair With Terrorists


"Ask Bombed Out Residents in Lebanon"

Is this one of the many villages we were led to believe Israel was shelling for no other reason than to inflict maximum carnage on innocents? Where all those killed were randon 'Lebanese villagers'?. The BBCs love affair with terrorists knows no bounds.

Al-Manar Hitzbollahs own TV station (since flattened in the war Israel 'lost') used to broadcast a quiz show called The Mission where each weeks contestants competed for cash and a chance to win a virtual trip to Jersualem (whatever that is) by answering questions on the Arab Israeli conflict.

American officials dubbed the programme "Name Your Favourite Terrorist". Whats this then? "Ask a Terrorist"?

Meet Lina:

"During Israel's recent bombardment of southern Lebanon she spent some time with her mother, brother and four sisters in the Bekaa valley.

Her father, who is a member of the Hezbollah movement, stayed in the town throughout the five-week conflict, as did many other Hezbollah members.

His job was to supply Hezbollah guerrillas fighting Israeli forces at the battlefront after the Israeli army crossed into Lebanon following the capture of its two soldiers.

"We had no direct contact with him, but we got news from other people that he was OK."


and meet Fairuz:

"My friend came back to town to get something, and when she saw me on my veranda she was astonished anyone was still in al-Khiyam with the bombing"

Do send in your questions.

4 Comments:

At Tuesday, 22 August, 2006, Blogger Rottweiler Puppy said...

Funny, isn't it -- How the BBC couldn't seem to find even one member of Hezbollah during the actual war? Now it's over, suddenly al-Beeb admit that they're everywhere.

 
At Wednesday, 23 August, 2006, Blogger jonz said...

Her father, who is a member of the Hezbollah movement

That's an interesting euphemism for the Shiite Islamic terror group who's trademark is the Nazi salute.

 
At Wednesday, 23 August, 2006, Blogger jonz said...

But I have little doubt that the BBC do see Hibzbollah as a movement... a little akin to the civil rights movement in the '60's no doubt...

 
At Wednesday, 23 August, 2006, Anonymous alison said...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/5262484.stm

Their background info on Hitzbollah is laughable. The aims of Hitzbo are stated with destruction of Israel coming merely third in their list.

It was formed to fight the Israelis but its first clear aim is the destruction of the state of Israel, random kidnappings and regular broadcasting of anti semtism and incitement to hatred not withstanding.

'Who Supports them and Who Doesnt?' What kind of a ridiculous way to play down their terrorist credentials.

They are also incorrect. Its not simply the US and UK (though again here they try to excuse the UK in the eyes of their beloved). In March 2005 the European Parliament voted 'clear evidence' of terrorist activities.

(They also forgot to mention Hitzbo supports and funds Hamas...the Nazi salute etc etc)

The usual balanced informative tosh from the BBC.

 

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