A, the BBC, like all big media operations sometimes make mistakes, but your claims are ludicrous hasbara. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Michael UK
    • 28.02.11 | 17:56 (IST)

    "Their Israel obsession and their hunger to protect haters of Jews, knows no bounds." Come on then, give me some examples, things that you've actually seen while watching the BBC. You have watched the BBC, haven't you? You wouldn't just be attacking it because of some anicent rehashed crap from right-wing Zionist websites? And if the BBC's 'Israel obsession and their hunger to protect haters of Jews, knows no bounds' it would be pretty obvious, wouldn't it? I mean you'd switch on the BBC and instead of cartoons, or sport, or news or films, there'd be constant attacks on Israel and Jews and constant praise of anti-semites wouldn't there? Is that what you saw? Tell us what you watched.

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