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How the BBC's Knell censored a report on the Samaritan Passover festival

The April 30th edition of the BBC World Service radio programme ‘Newshour’ included a report (from 44:23 here) by the BBC Jerusalem bureau’s Yolande Knell from the… 536 more words

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Newshour: Samaritans

this afternoon (saturday 30th), 1.50-1.55pm, on bbc world service radio (repeated 5.20pm, on pm on bbc radio 4)
newshour (presented by julian marshall) includes … 55 more words

Newshour: Hitler's house

last saturday evening (9th april), 9.18-9.22pm, on bbc world service radio
newshour (presented by julian marshall) includes …

“The house in Braunau am Inn where Hitler was born is to be seized by the Austrian government to stop it becoming a place of pilgirmage for neo-Nazis.”

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Newshour: IDF murder investigation

yesterday (friday 25th), 2.46-2.50pm, and 9.36-9.45pm, on bbc world service radio
newshour (presented by julian marshall and andrew peach)

“Israel has detained and charged a soldier seen in a widely-distributed video shooting an injured Palestinian lying on the ground.”

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BBC WS 'Newshour' promotion of Haneen Zoabi omits crucial information

The February 11th edition of the BBC World Service radio programme ‘Newshour’ – hosted by Julian Marshall – included an interview (from 40:33 here) with Israeli MK Haneen Zoabi. 1,045 more words

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Newshour: Haneen Zoabi

yesterday evening (thursday 11th), 9.47-9.51pm, on bbc world service radio
newshour (presented by julian marshall)

“… she’s been suspended for meeting relatives of Palestinians who were killed while carrying out attacks on Israelis.

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BBC gives amplification to Middle Eastern conspiracy theories

When locals in the southern Lebanese village of Bint Jbeil captured and abused a griffon vulture which recently strayed from an Israeli nature reserve, the BBC could have done a story about the considerable efforts on the part of Israeli nature conservation organisations to protect that species of bird and others.   638 more words

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