Turmoil at the BBC: “Gravest Possible Concerns” at Its Gaza Coverage on Jadaliyya

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The article quoted extensively from an email that was sent on 24 October by a BBC correspondent based in Beirut, Rami Ruhayem, to the Director General of the BBC, Tim Davie, voicing ‘the gravest possible concerns’ about BBC coverage of unfolding events in Gaza. 

… “Dear Tim,

I am writing to raise the gravest possible concerns about the coverage of the BBC, especially on English outlets, of the current fighting between Israel and Palestinian factions.  It appears to me that information that is highly significant and relevant is either entirely missing or not being given due prominence in coverage. This includes expert opinion that Israel’s actions could amount to genocide.”

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BBC hands airwaves over to Israel’s minister for war by Amena Saleem

Astonishingly, Montague had managed to reduce Israel’s 48-year occupation of the West Bank (including Jerusalem) and Gaza, in which genocide is being committed against the Palestinian people, to mere “Israeli government interference.”

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Piccadilly and MediaCityUK Protest Against the BBC’s Bias Reporting Over Israel’s Genocide of Gaza

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“There’s women and children being killed at this very moment in time. There’s families being butchered. It’s a mass genocide that’s happening in Gaza- in Palestine. I’m out here today just to peacefully let a few people know what is happening and what we can do.”

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