The former head of the Israeli military Shaul Mofaz was allowed to speak in the British parliament on Monday despite calls from Palestinians and their allies for his immediate arrest due to alleged responsibility for war crimes. Read more about War crimes suspect Shaul Mofaz evades arrest at UK parliament
British media outlets accepted Israeli claims that the Baker boys were killed “in error” as they played football on a Gaza beach. Read more about Why are journalists surprised that Israel kills children?
America’s law enforcement authorities are interested in buying Israel’s skunk water. Read more about Will Israel's "whiff from hell" weapon be used to crush US protests?
Moshe Yaalon, Israel’s defense minister, was allowed to spout propaganda without being challenged. Read more about Softball interviews with Israeli ministers breach impartiality code, BBC admits
Presenters display aggression toward Palestinian interviewees, yet give Israeli spokespeople an easy ride. Read more about Israeli lies go unchallenged on BBC's flagship current affairs show
A recent BBC Radio 4 interview with Moshe Yaalon marks a new low in the public broadcaster’s already-terrible coverage of Palestine. Read more about BBC hands airwaves over to Israel's minister for war
Gaza man survived four days at sea after September shipwreck. Read more about Palestinian survivors of migrant shipwrecks tell their harrowing stories
Broadcaster pats itself on the back as it routinely ignores Israeli breaches of Gaza ceasefire. Read more about BBC's Kafkaesque response to complaint over Gaza coverage
Israel enjoys tighter control over Palestinians in Gaza than ever before. Read more about Israel violates Gaza ceasefire nearly every day
The BBC’s obliviousness to the reality of Israeli aggression against Gaza has been staggeringly highlighted in a BBC Trust ruling. Read more about BBC backs report that omitted killings of Palestinians during Gaza truce
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