Another Day Another Lie!

Today CfZ posted up a blog regarding Typhoon Haiyan by an anonymous Administrator [Chris Proudlove?] titled “News unlikely to find in the media” in which it was claimed,

“…the BBC somehow’ forgot’ to include Israel when giving out the names of countries that had sent aid.”

This is a lie….A big fat lie.

Here’s what the BBC reported/updated on 14 November 2013 Last updated at 18:50

“Around 25 humanitarian organisations are operating in and around Tacloban, including international response teams, NGOs, the Red Cross and other UN teams.

French-Belgian and Israeli field hospitals have been set up.”

And in a side section titled “Aid at a glance” it reported,

“Israel: 148-person team, including search, rescue and medical services; field hospital with 100 tonnes of aid”

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-24899006

Here’s what the BBC reported on 12 November 2013 Last updated at 16:08,

“Four completely self-sufficient field hospitals from countries including Israel and Norway have landed in the Philippines, but are still waiting for flights and boats to get them to the worst hit areas.”

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-24909776

 

Why do these “Christian” Zionists lie so brazenly?

And they have the affront and the racism to tell us that it’s Arabs who are the liars…Go figure.

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  1. Christopher Proudlove

    I’m not the administrator. Once again ‘Trevor Barclay’ has jumped to the wrong conclusion. My understanding is that initial BBC reports did not mention Israel. When complaints were made the BBC rectified the situation.
    The BBC is known in Israel as the Biased Broadcasting Corporation of its bias against he Jewish state. I once complained abouit a slight on Israel and the programme makers assured me that Israel wasd to blame for the Six Day War in 1967. The programme makers refused to accept my verified historic prove of the events leading up to this conflict. It took a complaint to the BBC Trust for the broadcaster to admiot that they were wrong.because of

  2. Christopher Proudlove

    Corrected version
    1. I’m not the administrator. Once again ‘Trevor Barclay’ has jumped to the wrong conclusion. My understanding is that initial BBC reports did not mention Israel. When complaints were made the BBC rectified the situation.
    The BBC is known in Israel as the Biased Broadcasting Corporation because of its bias against the Jewish state. I once complained about a slight on Israel and the programme makers assured me that Israel was to blame for the Six Day War in 1967. The programme makers refused to accept my verified historic prove of the events leading up to this conflict. It took a complaint to the BBC Trust for the broadcaster to admit that they were wrong.

  3. The post in question on the cfz website went up yesterday. I have proven that Israel was mentioned by the BBC, at the latest, on November 12th and 14th…..Therefore CfZ are caught lying again!

    Also, do you see the question mark next to your name?

    No one said it was you who wrote/copy pasted the blog.

  4. “I once complained about a slight on Israel and the programme makers assured me that Israel was to blame for the Six Day War in 1967. The programme makers refused to accept my verified historic prove of the events leading up to this conflict. It took a complaint to the BBC Trust for the broadcaster to admit that they were wrong.”

    Can you supply us with the text of the BBC apology.

    Also, why is the lie about unsc res 242 still visible on the cfz website. I note you posted the lie while informing your viewers of your complaint to the BBC and i have since proven you lied about unsc 242.

    So why is that lie still visible and why no update to inform your viewers that the info you posted about unsc 242 was factually incorrect?

    Anyway, as far as the recent attack on the beeb goes…CfZ have been caught lying….AGAIN!

    • Christopher Proudlove

      Let’s see if we can straighten things regarding Resolution 242 which the United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted on November 22, 1967. This called for:
      1) The right of every nation to live in peace within secure and recognised boundaries from threats or acts of force.
      2) Withdrawal of Israeli armed forces from territories occupied in the recent conflict. (Please note that since 1948, the year modern Israel came into being, the Gaza Strip and Judea and Samaria had been illegally occupied by Egypt and Jordan respectively. More importantly, the wording is “not all territories” and not “the territories.”
      Britain’s Lord Caradon, who helped to draft the resolution, was quoted thus in 1974: “ It would have been wrong to demand that Israel return to its position of June 4, 1967, because these positions were undesirable and artificial. Even the pro-Arab Soviet Union said part of the disputed territories could remain in Israeli hands.”
      Israel has repeatedly stated under different political regimes that it is willing to give up land for peace. It gave the Sinai region back to Egypt as part of the 1978 peace deal and pulled 10,000 Jews out of Gaza in 2005 in a gesture for peace. The Hamas terrorist regime took over Gaza in a bloody conflict with Hamas in 2006 and has since proceeded to launch thousands of rocket attacks and cross-border raids on Israel. This is in line with the Hamas Charter which aims to wipe Israel off the Middle East map.
      However, in September, 1967, the Arab League responding to UN Resolution 242 and Israel’s land-for-peace offer rreplied with its infamous Three Noes: “No peace with Israel, no recognition of Israel and no negotiations with Israel. This position has never changed and is frequently repeated by Hamas and referred to in all Palestinian Arab school text books.
      Judea and Samaria (West Bank) and Gaza remained under Israeli jurisdiction until 1993 when the territories were handed to the Palestinian Authority under the Oslo Accords. Under the Israelis the gross national product of the territories grew 13% annually, per capita income grew tenfold, and unemployment dropped from 40% to under 5%. Other improvements under the Israelis were:
      Provision of universal insurance and medical programmes and 166 new clinics, and the expansion of water, sewage and electricity services.
      Freedom of association, trade unions, civic organisations and opposition parties, press freedom, even for anti-Israel opinions, were permitted for the first time.
      Voting rights were extended to poorer classes and to women for local elections for the first time in Palestinian Arab history.
      Israel built six Arabic-speaking universities and 20 community colleges. Illiteracy dropped from 50% to 30% between 1967 and 1980.
      Israel employed around 120,000 Palestininian Arabs from the disputed territories. Their earnings accounted for 43% of the overall income in Judea and Samaria (West Bank) in 1999.
      Between 1949 and 1971 around 140,000 Palestinian Arab refugees were repatriated to Israel where they became full Israeli citizens.
      After the failure of the Camp David peace talks in 2000 the Palestinian Liberation Organisation escalated its terrorism attacks and suicide bombings on Israeli citizens. Israel was forced to respond with military incursions and the building of security walls and fences and checkpoints. These security measures reduced suicide bombing attacks by 95% within a short time.

  5. I shall have to make a note of the many times when ‘Trevor Barclay’ gets things wrong. As for the BBC apology keep logging on to the http://www.christiansforzion.com website to see the report. I have been meaning to bring closure but illness, domestic problems, and other duties have brought about a delay.

  6. One would assume you only need to do a simple copy/paste of the BBC apology…

    Please, feel free to show me what i have got wrong?

    Also, will you be pressing the anonymous admin to amend the lie about the BBC or will the lie remain…Just like the lie about unsc res 242?

    • Christopher Proudlove

      ‘Trevor Barclay’: … “will you be pressing the anonymous admin to amend the lie about the BBC or will the lie remain.”
      It was factually correct. The BBC News website did not mention Israel. As this website is accessed worldwide it was a bad omission.

    • Christopher Proudlove

      You have denied that it is not part of Muslim/Arab culture to lie to save one’s face. Here’s what Walid Shoebat, a former Muslim Brotherhood member and now a peace activist, says on his website: “The term doublespeak refers to the deceitful tactic of saying one thing in one language and saying something completely different in another. It’s an attempt to fool an opponent and reassure your allies with the verbal equivalent of a wink and a not. The Muslim world is full of such practitioners.
      “Yasser Arafat – was a known master of this technique. …Arafat never intended that the Oslo Peace Accords would lead to peace with the state of Israel. On the same day that Arafat signed the Declaration of Principles of the Oslo Accords on the White House lawn, he appeared in a pre-taped interview on Jordan TV. In Arabic he explained to his Palestinian followers: “Since we cannot defeat Israel in war, we do it in stages. We take any and every territory that we can of Palestine, and establish sovereignty there, and we use it as a springboard to take more. When the time comes, we can get the Arab nations to join us for the final blow against Israel.”

  7. Christopher Proudlove

    There was no mention of Israel in a list of countries helping the Philippines in this BBC website article posted on November 13. The list was:
    Australia: $9.3m (£5.8m) package, including medical staff, shelter materials, water containers and hygiene kits
    Japan: $10m, including tents and blankets. 25-person medical team already sent
    South Korea: $5m plus a 40-strong medical team
    Indonesia: Logistical aid including aircraft, food, generators and medicine
    UAE: $10m in humanitarian aid
    US: $20m in humanitarian aid, 90 marines, aircraft carrier plus logistics support
    UK: $16m (£10m) package including emergency shelter, water and household items
    Asia Development Bank: A $500m emergency reconstruction loan and $23m in grants
    On this basis Christians for Zion was correct when it stated: “Israel was one of the first countries to send aid to the Philippines after it was hit by mega typhoon, Haiyan, one of the strongest storms in history. In spite of the fact that Israel sent 2 Boeing 747’s loaded with medical equipment and 234 Israeli doctors, nurses and paramedic and the equipment to set up and run a state-of-the-art field hospital capable of treating 500 patients a day, the BBC somehow’ forgot’ to include Israel when giving out the names of countries that had sent aid.”
    I have come across two other websites pointing out that Israel was a notable absentee from this list.

  8. Israel is mentioned in the report last updated ’12 November at 16:08′

    “Four completely self-sufficient field hospitals from countries including Israel and Norway have landed in the Philippines, but are still waiting for flights and boats to get them to the worst hit areas.”

    So Israel IS mentioned but two other nations are left out.

    And as seen above israel was again mentioned on ’14th November Last updated at 18:50′

    The CfZ post was only posted ‘3 days ago’ where it claimed,

    “the BBC somehow’ forgot’ to include Israel when giving out the names of countries that had sent aid….”

    CfZ has been caught lying….It cannot be hidden!

  9. Will CfZ own up to their viewers about the lie?

    • Christopher Proudlove

      I’ve shown you that on the BBC website detailing aid to the Philippines Israel was left out when it should have been included.

  10. Can you copy/paste the apology the BBC sent you?

  11. Erm, no, you have detailed nothing. The CfZ post was put up on Dec 5th or 6th and by that time Israel WAS mentioned. Israel was also mentioned on Nov 12th along with Norway but two other countries were omitted….And i don’t see anyone moaning from those two countries whoever they are.

    Here’s a list of countries who donated aid….see if you can spot how many were left out of the BBC report….And then tell us how many of them moaned about the BBC’s coverage.

    DONOR ASSISTANCE OFFERED CHANNEL TYPE

    . USD PHP conversion

    . Australia AUD 2 M deployment of Australian medical assistance team (AusMAT)
    AUD 1 M through the Australian Federal Police disaster management specialists Australian Government medical team, search and rescue USD 2,790,000 119,970,000.00

    . AUD 13 M UN Flash Appeal
    AUD 13 M through Australian NGOs Red Cross, UN N/A USD 24,180,000 1,039,740,000.00

    . AUD 1 M for non-food items (tarpaulins, sleeping mats, mosquito nets, water containers and health and hygiene kits to assist families affected by this disaster)
    AUD 390K emergency supplies through the Red Cross and UNFP Emergency supplies to be distributed by the Australian team USD 1,292,700 55,586,100.00

    . Use of aircrafts and ships to support transport and logistical requirements of humanitarian activities Australian Government relief goods

    . Belgium Belgian First Aid and Support Team (70 people) Belgian Government medical team, search and rescue

    . water treatment units Equipment and relief goods brought by the Belgian team equipment

    . relief goods Equipment and relief goods brought by the Belgian team relief goods

    . Cambodia pledge of $100,000 check to PH Government; recipient agency to be determined Philippine Government financial aid USD 100,000 4,300,000.00

    . Canada CAD 5M approved; mechanism for release to be determined to be determined to be determined USD 4,750,000 204,250,000.00

    . CAD 30K through the Red Cross Red Cross N/A USD 28,500 1,225,500.00

    . CAD 250,000 pledge by the Government of Saskatchewan Province, Canada to be determined USD 237,500 10,212,500.00

    . CAD 100,000 pledge by the Government of Manitoba Province, Canada to be determined USD 95,000 4,085,000.00

    . Deployment of aircrafts, and the Canadian Armed Forces’ Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) for 30-60 days Canadian Government equipment

    . PH Crisis Fund. The CA government has set up the PH crisis fund to address the needs of affected populations in the PH. For every dollar donated by individual Canadians to registered Canadian charities responding to the crisis in the PH, the government will set aside an additional dollar to match the donation. The money from the relief fund will be used to provide assistance through international and Canadian humanitarian organizations. Canadian Government, NGOs N/A

    . China PROC USD 100,000 through the Red Cross Red Cross USD 100,000 4,300,000.00

    . USD 100,000 financial assistance to the PH Government DSWD financial aid USD 100,000 4,300,000.00

    . RMB 10M worth of emergency relief goods (blankets, tents, etc) via chartered flight USD 10,000,000

    . Czech Republic CZK 4 M pledge for humanitarian assistance Red Cross USD 196,000 8,428,000.00

    . Denmark 10 M Danish kroners (USD 2 M) through UN OCHA UN financial aid USD 1,600,000 68,800,000.00

    . EU/EC Two 747s loaded with relief goods (ETA Manila 11/11) European Union Commission
    relief goods

    . EUR 3M for immediate humanitarian assistance, plus additional EUR 10M for reconstruction pledged for rehabilitation and reconstruction financial aid USD 17,420,000 749,060,000.00

    . Team of Humanitarian Experts (some already in PH) medical team, search and rescue

    . Finland EUR 1 M through Finnish Red Cross to supply 9,500 vaccine and medical packages Red Cross relief goods USD 1,340,000 57,620,000.00

    . Two (2) motor boats for rescue operations to be determined equipment

    . France A group of French first responders with experience with OCHA is departing Paris for PH on Wednesday, November 13 and staying for seven (7) days, with one ton of relief goods. French Government to directly distribute relief goods and administer medical aid medical team, search and rescue

    . 16 social workers and representatives from the French Gov’s crisis center, carrying relief goods French Government personnel

    . Germany EUR 1.5M approved for emergency humanitarian assistance (500K + 1M +3M as of 11/15) via partner organizations – includes medical teams, rescue teams, relief goods, etc NGOs – ISAR, CARE, Malteser International, HelpAge, ADRA USD 6,030,000 259,290,000.00

    . German Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW) sent a search and rescue team (arrived in MNL 11/11 afternoon; flying to Cebu 11/12) German Government assistance agency medical team, search and rescue

    . Hungary 20-person search and rescue team and 5 medics Hungarian Government medical team, search and rescue

    . mobile water purification plant with 6 technical personnel to operate the facility (capacity of 5000 liters per hour) Hungarian Government equipment

    . India 15 tonnes of relief goods (blankets, medicine, hygiene items, fresh water and water purification material, tents, blankets, mattresses, food) Indian Government relief goods

    . Indonesia 3 C130 aircrafts bringing relief goods (worth USD 1M) including a “naval asset” Indonesian Government relief goods USD 1,000,000 43,000,000.00

    . USD 1M handed to Jakarta PE on 11 Nov. check issued to PH Embassy financial aid USD 1,000,000 43,000,000.00

    . Ireland EUR 1.5 pledged for emergency funding Irish Government relief goods USD 2,010,000 86,430,000.00

    . Israel two 747 planes with 158 personnel with field medical facilities Israeli Government medical team, search and rescue

    . mobile desalination equipment, medical supplies, food Equipment and relief goods transported and distributed by Israeli team relief goods

    . Italy Relief goods (tents, blankets, water bottles and purifiers) valued of approximately €350,000; €300,000 in support of the WFP emergency food assistance plan; €350,000 contribution to the Red Cross. (TOTAL: €1M) Italian Government, World Food Programme, Red Cross relief goods USD 1,340,000 57,620,000.00

    . Japan Medical personnel (JICA), Japan Self-Defense Team to assist in humanitarian activities Japanese Government medical team, search and rescue

    . use of 15 aircrafts to assist in rescue and relief operations Japanese Government

    . USD 10M for emergency relief to be coursed through the UN Relief goods distributed by Japanese team USD 10,000,000 430,000,000.00

    . emergency relief goods worth up to 60 million yen (approximately 607,000 US dollars) Relief goods distributed by Japanese team USD 607,000 26,101,000.00

    . Kuwait Pledged USD 10 M worth of assistance; form of donation to be determined to be determined USD 10,000,000 430,000,000.00

    . Luxembourg 4 rescue experts deployed as part of UNOCHA’s International Humanitarian Partnership team, 2 emergency experts Part of UN operations medical team, search and rescue

    . EUR 400,000 allocated to Luxembourg’s humanitarian partners NGO financial aid USD 536,000 23,048,000.00

    . Malaysia Military medics, search and rescue team, blankets and medicine Malaysian Government medical team, search and rescue

    . Mexico USD 1M through the Red Cross Red Cross

    . Netherlands EUR 2 M pledge via Red Cross and UNOCHA, in addition to EUR 50,000 initially released to Red Cross Red Cross, UN financial aid USD 2,747,000 118,121,000.00

    . New Zealand NZ$ 2.15M (150K Red Cross, 750K to NGOs, 1.25M to be announced) Red Cross, NGO financial aid USD 2,601,500 111,864,500.00

    . relief goods New Zealand government

    . 2x C-130 aircrafts will be in PH for 4-5 days to provide transportation (after offloading off relief goods on 11/14) New Zealand government

    . Norway 20 M Norwegian Krone via UNOCHA and Red Cross Red Cross, UN financial aid USD 3,200,000 137,600,000.00

    . Panama pledged USD 200,000; beneficiary to be announced to be determined USD 200,000 8,600,000.00

    . Qatar 1 aircraft with relief goods for consignment with OSS

    . Russia 2 planes loaded with humanitarian goods Russian Government medical team, search and rescue

    . EMERCOM medical team (offered)

    . Saudi Arabia $10 million donation DSWD Financial aid USD 10,000,000 430,000,000.00

    . Singapore civil defense force to assist the UN office in coordinating humanitarian activities Singapore Government medical team, search and rescue

    . SGD 200,000 (SGD 50K pledged 11/10, SGD 150K pledged 11/12); channel to be announced to be determined USD 160,000 6,880,000.00

    . Slovakia pledged EUR 20,000 to be determined USD 26,800 1,152,400.00

    . South Korea pledged USD 5Mworth of assistance (channel to be announced) to be determined humanitarian assistance workers USD 5,000,000 215,000,000.00

    . Korean Disaster Relief Team (KDRT) on standby South Korean Government humanitarian assistance workers

    . KOICA medical team South Korean Government humanitarian assistance workers

    . Spain Two planes loaded with relief goods and people to assist in humanitarian activities Spanish Government humanitarian assistance workers

    . AECID medical team Spanish Government humanitarian assistance workers

    . Sweden Assistance through UNOCHA operations, including: 2x C-130 planes to deliver fuel and generators and 8 members of the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency UN

    . Switzerland pledged initial assistance amounting to US$ 3.4 M.
    professionals, medical doctors and health specialists, water and sanitation engineers,
    shelter experts and logisticians in Cebu City Swiss Government humanitarian assistance workers USD 3,400,000 146,200,000.00

    . relief goods, water purification and distribution equipment, tents will shipped 11/15 Swiss Government relief goods

    . Taiwan USD 200,000.00 (Php 8.6 M) to be determined financial aid USD 200,000 8,600,000.00

    . One (1) plane loaded with relief goods Taiwan Government relief goods

    . Thailand USD200,000 cash pledge; beneficiary to be announced to be determined relief goods USD 200,000 8,600,000.00

    . offer to send a medical mission Thai Government medical team, search and rescue

    . C-130 carrying relief goods goods may be consigned to the Cebu OSS warehouse for repacking and distribution relief goods

    . Turkey One (1) plane loaded with relief goods- tents, blankets, kitchen sets transported via a Turkish airlines cargo plane Turkish Government relief goods

    . Search and Rescue Team Turkish Government medical team, search and rescue

    . U.A.E. Pledged USD 10 M worth of assistance; form of donation to be determined to be determined financial aid USD 10,000,000 430,000,000.00

    . U.K. £16 M funding for:
    £5 million donated to charities (Disasters Emergency Appeal for the Philippines);
    £3 million to fly vital supplies such as water purification kits, cutting equipment and medical support, as well as teams of humanitarian and medical experts, to flood hit areas;
    £8 million for the Rapid Response Facility (shelter, food, water, sanitation, health kits) NGO USD 25,440,000 1,093,920,000.00

    . Additional £30 M pledged 11/16 for the UN and the Red Cross UN, Red Cross USD 47,700,000 2,051,100,000.00

    . Scotland pledged £600,000 to be determined USD 954,000 41,022,000.00

    . Military support including the HMS-Daring with Lynx helicopters and HMS-Ilustrius with 8 helicopters, 2 C-130 and 1 Antonov to fly freight and assist other humanitarian activities U.K. Government equipment

    . U.S. More than 50 ships and aircrafts to assist search-and-rescue operations and to airlift emergency supplies, including the George Washington battle group doing medical operations in Eastern Samar US Government medical team, search and rescue

    . USD 22.5M worth of humanitarian funding through USAID and DoD USD 22,500,000 967,500,000.00

    . Vatican USD150,000 to be distributed to local churches in affected areas local churches USD 150,000 6,450,000.00

    . Vietnam USD 100,000 (mode of contribution to be announced) to be determined

  12. Christopher Proudlove

    More obfuscation from blinkered ‘Trevor’ as he will not admit to the glaring omission of Israel on the BBC News website and his lie that CfZ lied

  13. Was Israel mentioned on the BBC by December 6 when CfZ posted up the news blog….Yes!

    Was Israel mentioned on November 12…Yes!

    November comes before December…Ergo your website is lying!

    Also, do you see any of the other nations or propagandists on their behalf bitching about not being included?

    End!

  14. Christopher Proudlove

    I’m amazed at ‘Trevor Barclay’s’ refusal to see the truth in this matter. He is the kind of person who can swear that black is white. Look up the two websites mentioned below to find the truth.
    Which country is absent from the BBC’s list of international aid efforts in the Philippines? Asks bbcwatch.org … and it continues:
    On November 10th a lead team of experts in search & rescue and medicine from the IDF’s Home Front Command left Israel and travelled the 6,000 miles to the typhoon-stricken Philippines in order to assess the needs of the local population.
    On the basis of that lead team’s assessments, a delegation set out for the Philippines on the morning of November 13th. In addition to around 100 tons of humanitarian aid and medical supplies, the mission includes 150 team members from the IDF Home Front Command’s Search & Rescue Unit and from the IDF Medical Corps. A field hospital is being set up and live updates are available here and here.
    Among the BBC’s coverage of the disaster appearing on the homepage of its website is an article from November 13th titled “Typhoon Haiyan: UK’s Philippines appeal raises £13m“.
    The article includes a side-box headed “Aid From Around the World”, another version of which also appears in this report and in this one. As readers can see for themselves, one country’s contribution – already present on the ground – is absent from that list.
    The list was:
    Australia: $9.3m (£5.8m) package, including medical staff, shelter materials, water containers and hygiene kits
    Japan: $10m, including tents and blankets. 25-person medical team already sent
    South Korea: $5m plus a 40-strong medical team
    Indonesia: Logistical aid including aircraft, food, generators and medicine
    UAE: $10m in humanitarian aid
    US: $20m in humanitarian aid, 90 marines, aircraft carrier plus logistics support
    UK: $16m (£10m) package including emergency shelter, water and household items
    Asia Development Bank: A $500m emergency reconstruction loan and $23m in grants
    daphneanson.blogspot.co.uk also covers the absence of Israel on the BBC News website.

  15. The timeline says it all and anyone reading this, the BBC report and the CfZ website will clearly see that CfZ are lying.

    End!

    • Christopher Proudlove

      There we have it, ‘”Trevor ‘ Can’t See The Wood For The Trees’ Barclay” is clearly blinded here by his own prejudices. The BBCWatch report says Israel’s efforts to aid The Philippines began on November 10. Its report clearly states that the BBC’s news report on its website on November 13 did not include Israel’s help. No doubt the complaints that ensued caused the BBC to rectify this glaring omission at a later stage. Here, clearly, Christians for Zion Watch is lying.

      • BBCWatch is not the topic here. The topic here is that CfZ posted up a lie on December 6.

        Also as already pointed out Israel was mentioned along with Norway on November 12 regarding field hospitals…Two other nations remained anonymous….Have you come across anyone bitching on behalf of the two un-named nations?

  16. Can you please post up the apology the BBC sent to you. I’d like to have a look at what they said.

    Thanks

  17. Christopher Proudlove

    The topic is the failure of the BBC in some reports to mention the aid given to The Philippines by Israel. BBCWatch, Daphne Anson and Christians for Zion all refer to this omission.
    As for the BBC Trust supporting my complaint you will have to wait until it appears on the Christians for Zion website.

  18. Christopher Proudlove

    Type in BBC Trust and Dan Snow on your search engine and you will find your answer

  19. “I’m not the administrator.”

    So how come you have posted comments under the title of “Administrator”? And how many “Administrators” are there on the CfZ website?

    Also, why wont CfZ publish my comments asking for more info on certain topics?

  20. Christopher Proudlove

    I’m so inept at computing that the CfZ administrator has to file my blogs.
    Presumably he’s seen the way you deal with my answers and feels it would be a waste of his time.
    Now you are refusing to publish some of my comments. Is this because you are losing the arguments? I’m about to expose an anti-Israel lie that you have plugged

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