Yes, it’s that game we play all the time on B-BBC. Here is an article that has appeared on the BBC today concerning the re-opening of the Oberoi Hotel in Mumbai (Bombay). As a reader emails me, you will note that there is no mention of the fact that the “militants” were Muslims engaged in an act of Islamic Jihad. The BBC journalist who filed this report, Mr Ahmed, would appear to be a Muslim. Just a coincidence?

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  1. deegee says:

    Yes. It is a coincidence. Any BBC reporter would have ignored Islam and Jihad in this report.


  2. Martin says:

    Come on now we all know the attacks were the work of the Jews. Oh did anyone else see the BBC report of surfing in Gaza today? Really informative the BBC are.

    Funny that the BBC never finds time to tell us what life is like as a homosexual in Gaza.


  3. NRG says:

    Beeboids decree that Bombay is Mumbai *despite the fact that most Indains use Bombay, yet Milano is still Milan. And Islamic terrorists who murder innocetns are militants and not terrorists. The lexicon tells you everything you need to know about today’s wretched BBC


  4. George R says:

    An analysis of ISLAMIC JIHAD which the BBC routinely censors:

    Hugh Fitzgerald, of ‘Jihadwatch’, on Mumbai, and beyond:


    “What matters is that they are Muslims attacking, attempting to kill, non-Muslims, in order to obtain their aims. And their aims are to weaken — in this particular case — India. And they wish to weaken India in order to make the government of India appease Muslims and meet their demands, whether in Kashmir or in India proper. And once those demands, whatever they may be, are met, other demands from Muslims will be made, and will have to be met, for there is no end to this. The Jihad does not have an end point. There is not a finite goal, but rather an endless series of goals, with each success feeding triumphalism.
    “The only time this has not happened, in the past 1350 years, is when Muslims have been stopped, either by superior military power — as outside of Poitiers, or when the Ottomans were repulsed twice at the Gates of Vienna, or by the clear understanding that the Infidels were overwhelmingly more powerful, militarily and economically. That, through the 19th century and the first half of the 20th, was clear to all concerned.”


  5. Ronald Todd says:

    It does not matter that the reporter was a Muslim, no other BBC reporter would have done it any more honestly.