June 27th saw the appearance of two reports on the BBC News website’s Middle East page (one written and one filmed) concerning the 1976 hostage rescue operation at Entebbe.
The filmed report is titled “Items from Israel Entebbe hostage rescue” and its synopsis reads:
“Forty years ago, an Air France flight from Tel Aviv to Paris with more than 250 passengers and crew was hijacked before landing in Entebbe, Uganda.
Following a week-long hostage situation, during which some passengers were released, an operation by Israeli forces saw all the remaining people on board freed.
Now original items have been gathered to preserve the memory of the event.
An ex-Mossad agent describes the role the unique objects played.”
The written article – by Raffi Berg – is titled “Entebbe: A mother’s week of ‘indescribable fear’” and like the filmed report it gives a good and accurate…
View original post 157 more words