Richard Bro wake up-who owns the BBC - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Vino Veritas
    • 18.06.07 | 22:09 (IDT)

    The irony is that now Hanie is getting a lot of pressure from the owners of BBC (the Arabs)to release Mr. Jhonston. The message "One of Your gang are holding hostage OUR man". Hanie today, was told to go to hell by one of the clans in Gaza, and that Jhonston will not be released. Now Hanie is yelling you idiots, you are biting the hand that feed you, and destroying the Arab propaganda machine, for which we pay so much money. Well "sorry Hanie" said the clan we didn't see any money and we want some, and release our Sheikh from London prison while you are at it. When the BBC reported the shooting of Fatah men in the head in the Hospital, the reporter conclusion was, "Years of occupation, economic stagnation by Israel has contributed to the pressure leading to this" then they show a man shot in the head. No need to say more.

    from the article: B'Tselem to Hamas, Fatah: Put war crimes suspects on trial
    First published 00:00 18.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 18.06.07
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