The BBC’s anti-Israel bias has a long history. Their distorted headlines and stories have been well-documented. When it comes to Israel, they are first-class purveyors of distorted news.

Here is a classic example of their passive-aggressive attempts to slant their coverage to erase Jewish claims to the land of Israel:

Via Honest Reporting.

An initially positive feature on the BBC Travel website focuses on the Israel city of Caesarea, specifically the discovery of 2,000 gold coins on the ocean floor, the largest stash ever found in the region.

The author of the piece covers Caesarea’s fascinating ancient history, referring to Phoenicians and Greeks and eventually the Romans:

….And who were the “native people” who revolted against Roman rule between 66 and 70AD?

They are the one people who are not mentioned by name in the BBC Travel article – THE JEWS.

Is it really so difficult for the BBC to acknowledge who the native people of the region were and still are?….

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  1. Alain41 says:

    Usually the term, ‘native peoples’, is used to describe historic if not original, inhabitants of an area that are now a minority on their land which is controlled by others. May be a stretch, but seems that BBC is signaling that it doesn’t agree with The Balfour Declaration on its 100th anniversary. UK gov’t affirmed its continued support of The Declaration this year in the face of many high-level requests from the Middle East for UK to disavow it.

  2. Americanvln1 says:

    Native people my ass!!!! They weren’t Indians you pee brains!

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