BBC blunders badly, and is found out

A great spot by BBC Watch.

Pay close attention. First a BBC interview features this chappie:

"...defiant citizen Nasman Al-Ashi, who said that the world was failing Gaza.”

“…defiant citizen Nasman Al-Ashi, who said that the world was failing Gaza.”

It turns out he has been on before. And watch the chappie become a baddie:

Dr Basman Al Ashi, the director of Wafa hospital, house the entrance to a Hamas attack tunnel leading into Israeli territory and was also used as a Hamas command and control centre, a weapons storage site, a missile launching site and a sniper post.

Dr Basman Al Ashi, the director of Wafa hospital, which housed the entrance to a Hamas attack tunnel leading into Israeli territory. The hospital was also used as a Hamas command and control center, a weapons storage site, a missile launching site and a sniper post.

Do you think the good doctor might be a Hamas person? Or just a stooge? He is certainly no ordinary joe as he pretended to be. He is certainly spouting antisemitism. But why should that trouble the BBC?

Be careful out there. You cannot trust the media.

Well done, BBC Watch!

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