Monday, March 12, 2018

Hamas agitprop stunt will require BBC journalists to brush up on UN resolution - by Hadar Sela

...Any BBC journalist intending to cover this propaganda campaign should of course be aware of the fact that Resolution 194 is non-binding, that it does not specifically relate to Palestinian refugees (despite long-standing BBC claims to that effect) and – contrary to often heard assertions – neither does it grant any unconditional ‘right of return’. Rather, it recommends that refugees be allowed to return to their homeland if they wish to “live at peace with their neighbours”. Also worth remembering is the fact that the Arab states voted against that UN GA resolution.

Hadar Sela..
BBC Watch..
12 March '18..

Reports have emerged concerning an upcoming six-week long stunt organised by factions in the Gaza Strip that is primarily aimed at the international media.

“In the coming weeks, Hamas plans to set up tent encampments along the Gazan border with Israel, where thousands of the strip’s denizens will be housed, with the intention to march hundreds of Palestinians every day—including the elderly, women and children—to the border fence in “return marches.”

At the same time, Hamas also intends to hold mass fishing boat protests near the maritime border with Israel. These actions will gradually grow in intensity and culminate just before Israel’s 70th Independence Day.”

The ITIC has more details on the agitprop scheduled to commence on March 30th – ‘Land Day’ – which this year is also Passover Eve.

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1 comment:

  1. Let's fight the BBC bias, we pay their wages so why should we tolerate their lack of impartiality? vote now to try stop it https://www.thepetitionsite.com/en-gb/700/623/910/stop-the-bbcs-anti-israel-bias-their-royal-charter-mandates-impartiality-not-bias/

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