Complaints about its bias against Israel and its indulgence of Islamist extremism get nowhere.
The original description of the program posted by the BBC read, “The French Republic is in turmoil as rumours spread about the release from Devil’s Island of Dreyfus, the notorious Jewish spy”.
Apparently, the BBC is still not convinced who dug those cross-border tunnels or what their intended purpose would be.
Last week, the Israel Bureau of Statistics published the 2018 figures on Christians living in Israel. According to the report, approximately 175,000 Christians currently live in the Holy Land making up two percent of the total population. Of those, 77.7 percent are Arab Christians. This represents a 2.2 percent growth in Israel’s Christian population in the past year.
“This article is an absurdity. Tell me more, newspaper that published a list of Jewish populations by district to push the Iran deal, about why the Kushners are bad for the Jews.
“Massive Decline in Global Fertility” Report Leads to Many Questions About Migration and What was Left Unsaid
A new study at The Lancet is raising eyebrows and getting headlines. “fertility rates cut in half since 1950,” says CNN.
The BBC’s original headline and tweet read, “Three Palestinians killed after deadly stabbing in Jerusalem”.
The BBC has generated a storm of controversy with their new comedy skit titled ‘Real Housewives of ISIS’, that pokes fun at European women who join the Islamic State (ISIS).
World media immediately misrepresented the facts after terrorists committed a fatal shooting attack in Tel Aviv on Wednesday night.
The world sees the Temple Mount as a place of conflict, when it is meant to be a place of peace and harmony