Western media turns into jihadist propaganda mouthpiece


The New York Times always upholds its hidden agenda of promoting radical Islam and jihad and openly demonize Israel and Jews thus serving as a propaganda mouthpiece of radical Islam and terrorism. Recently, Gabe Hoffman through a tweet has given a horrifying information about NYT stating it has rehired disgraced, previously fired, Adolf Hitler praising Hamas propagandist Soliman Hijjy (also spelled Sulaiman Hejji),  who has currently been promoting Hamas lies about Israel. On November 13, 2012 this notorious Suliman Hijjy in a tweet published photograph of Hitler with caption “How great you are Hitler”.

Commenting on NYT journalist Soliman Hijjy, Honest Reporting in a tweet said, “OUTRAGE: @nytimes has rehired Gazan freelance filmmaker Soliman Hijjy (also spelled Sulaiman Hejji) who praised Adolf Hitler on social media and later posted he was “in a state of harmony as Hitler was during the Holocaust”.

Suleiman Hejji on more than one occasion has justified war crimes against Israeli civilians by describing indiscriminate rocket attacks as “resistance”, in one instance even referring to the Israeli city of Ashkelon as “occupied al-Majdal”.

Commenting on NTY, a Twitter user wrote: “The New York Times is gasping its last breaths, desperately clawing for survival. In a blatant attempt to keep their sinking ship afloat, they’re now pandering to the Arab community, shamelessly pushing any and every agenda if it means securing their lifeline”.

Meanwhile, according to Arutz Sheva, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has issued a statement clarifying its initial coverage which was seen by many as blaming Israel for an explosion in a Gaza hospital earlier this week.

In a statement, the channel wrote, “We have reviewed our coverage of the immediate aftermath of an explosion at the Al-Ahli Arab hospital in Gaza City on Tuesday night”.

“During this our correspondent was giving instant analysis on the ground from Jerusalem in what was a confusing and difficult story. The program repeatedly made it clear that it had yet to verify who was behind the blast, including in the questioning by the presenter.

“The correspondent said that the Israelis had been contacted and were investigating, adding, ‘It’s hard to see what else this could be really given the size of the explosion other than an Israeli air strike or several air strikes’.

“He then explained that in his experience as a reporter in Gaza that he had never seen explosions of this scale caused by rockets being fired out of the territory. He again stressed that the pictures had yet to be verified.

“We accept that even in this fast-moving situation it was wrong to speculate in this way, although he did not at any point report that it was an Israeli strike. This doesn’t represent the entirety of the BBC’s output and anyone watching, listening to or reading our coverage can see we have set out both sides’ competing claims about the explosion, clearly showing who is saying them, and what we do or don’t know”.

On October 19, 2023, Israeli President Isaac Herzog spoke with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, urging him to ensure that BBC‘s reporting of the Israel-Hamas war is accurate.

“I want to raise the issue of what I call objective or not objective reporting about this tragedy because we feel that – and I’ve made it public – the way the BBC characterized Hamas, this is distortion of the facts”, Herzog said.

“We are dealing with one of the worst terrorists organizations in the world. And I know that in modern democracies, such as ours and yours, you cannot intervene per se but because the BBC has a certain linkage and a is known as British all over the world, there has to be an outcry so that there will be a correction and Hamas would be the described as a terrorist organization. What else do they need to see to understand that this is an atrocious terrorist organization?”

It may be mentioned here that, in a shocking revelation, former BBC correspondent John Sergeant has refused to label Hamas as a terrorist organization, downplaying their actions against Israelis as not constituting terrorism. The contentious statement, “slitting babies’ throats is not terrorism”, has sparked outrage. Additionally, journalists from BBC’s Arabic service have been accused of celebrating Hamas’ deadly attacks on Israeli civilians.

A tweet liked by BBC Arabic journalist Aya Hossam claimed that kidnapping Israeli civilians was justifiable, asserting that every member of the “Zionist entity” had been part of the army and hence were legitimate targets. The tweet further suggested that referring to Israeli civilians as “civilians” was inappropriate, dehumanizing them as no more than animals and pets.

Sally Nabil, another BBC Arabic correspondent, reportedly endorsed tweets that celebrated the violent attacks on Israelis, describing them as acts of the “Palestinian resistance” surprising the “Israeli occupier” with a high-quality operation. This is despite the fact that the attacks led to the deaths of around 1,400 people.

Although BBC finally has admitted its previous report on explosion at Al Ahli hospital was false, by circulating a totally cooked-up and concocted story, it already has succeeded in its agenda of misleading people thus diverting blame from the actual culprits – Palestinian Islamic Jihad to another party, which certainly is another crude example of unethical, biased and bad journalism.


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