Do you think BBC is being biased on Palestine conflict?Watch
BBC reporters? Everyone's human. It's kinda hard to write an article on something so decisive, opinions of individual journalists are always going to bleed through from time to time.
Seems a real mess though, UN says Israel denied them the co-ordinates of this school with thousands of civilians sheltering in and said they wouldn't give them a four hour window to evac them if it was a potential target. Israel says they told them and gave them a four hour window....
....someone is telling lies.
Anyone getting their information only from the BBC, and also believing it, are failed to begin with.
twitter, internet forums, youtube are even better than the BBC.
The BBC is very much labour orientated and so in this case they are bias against Israel even though any rational person would side with Israel. This is why the daily mail is the most read media site.
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A few people on my facebook were saying "Oh the BBC is biased towards Israel" yadda yadda, and I tell them that it's not because of x, y and z
"But I havent seen that" That's what you get if you only source of "news" comes from viral facebook posts, who claim that there's bias at the BBC
Theres a few things on Facebook saying "Oh look the BBC didn't cover this" Share a million times...And if someone bothers to do a google search, the BBC did cover it, but are sometimes perhaps a bit ****ty with how they report things - Being ****ty doesnt mean that they have bias
That being said their live broadcast wasn't too bad
There's plenty of people who accuse the BBC of having a pro Palestinian bias as well, without looking at the reports "I didnt see it, therefore it must be biased"
The way I see it is, if both the left wing and the right wing - or both pro Palestine people and pro Israel people complain then imo, theyre doing a good job of trying to be neutral
The BBC also supposedly "hate Muslims and Palestine" yet it was the BBC who aired this:
amongst various other documentaries...
All it takes is one Google search, to see exactly how the BBC covered the story
In the case of Palestine, this means that factors like the occupation will often go unmentioned, because they've been present for quite a long time and get 'normalised'.
I refuse to watch BBC news.