The BBC should not be afraid to use the word “terrorism” in its coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, an independent report commissioned by the BBC governors said Tuesday. “We say that the BBC should get the language right. We think they should call terrorist acts ‘terrorism’ because that term is clear and well understood,” the panel’s chairman, Sir Quentin Thomas, wrote in the report’s introduction.
Good advice, Sir Thomas. BBC’s systematic bias against Israel is well-known. The BBC perceives itself as an organization that reports news but, in reality, it is an organization that manufactures news. Click here for more information about the BBC’s bias against Israel.