On June 20th the BBC finally broke its silence on the topic of the faux outrage at the security measures installed after the July 14thterror attack in Jerusalem when the BBC News website published a filmed backgrounder that was billed on its Middle East page as “Holy site metal detector row explained”.
The link leads to a video titled “Jerusalem holy site security row explained” and its synopsis reads:
“There is anger over security at the Jerusalem holy site where two Israeli police officers were killed.”
The video includes both text and commentary from the BBC Jerusalem bureau’s Yolande Knell – but does it really explain the issue comprehensively, accurately and impartially? The backgrounder opens:
Text: “What started the latest tensions over Jerusalem’s holy site? Protesters are furious with Israel for tightening security at one of Islam’s holiest places.”
The fact that Temple Mount is…
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