As noted here earlier in the week, in an item about the Six Day War aired on BBC World Service radio on June 3rd, BBC Arabic’s Sally Nabil mentioned that her department would be “marking this anniversary with a number of postcards [reports] from the different countries that were occupied during the 1967 war”.
“I’m here in Cairo. I’m filing a postcard with a veteran warrior.”
On June 6ththat report appeared on the BBC Arabic website and apparently also on BBC Arabic TV.
The report’s synopsis repeats the claim made in Nabil’s World Service item according to which her interviewee was a prisoner of war ‘for about a year’. As noted here previously, according to the Israeli MFA, all prisoner exchanges with Egypt were completed by January 23rd 1968 and so that claim is obviously questionable.
In the report BBC Arabic’s audiences hear the…
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