BBC Hamas HQ

Verifying BBC (Hamas) propaganda – presenting exhibit A

Bombshell exclusive: The BBC doesn’t just push Hamas propaganda. The BBC even gets a Hamas terrorist supporter to help write the story for them! To say the BBC has been in trouble over their reporting of the conflict would be a grievous understatement. The BBC has rushed to present Hamas propaganda as news. It has relied on the words of terrorist supporters to create stories … Continue reading Verifying BBC (Hamas) propaganda – presenting exhibit A

International media and the Hamas supporting Doctors of Shifa

With every step Israeli soldiers take inside the Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza, the hysteria of Hamas propaganda goes up a notch. We are presented with a string of doctors talking about incubator babies, corpses being eaten by dogs, a lack of electricity, and medical procedures being performed without drugs. Tragically western media simply parrots these messages: Hamas’ finely tuned propaganda system is built upon decades … Continue reading International media and the Hamas supporting Doctors of Shifa

Southern Israel – my journey into hell

On a material level the attacked Israeli communities will rebuild. At some point the houses will be put back together, the streets will be repaired, and apart from an inevitable memorial on site – the external reminders of the October 7 atrocities will be gone. I wanted to digest some of the reality of what took place during the deadly attacks before the rebuilding begins. … Continue reading Southern Israel – my journey into hell

Hind Khoudary

Things are just not what they seem

The cover image to this piece is a classic, recognisable shot. A brave Palestinian journalist in Gaza, reporting from the front lines. With no way of fact-checking ANYTHING happening in Gaza, the world’s media is completely reliant on these people. And from the BBC to loud-mouthed celebrities on social media – they all seem to believe everything they are fed. Mainstream media generally has a … Continue reading Things are just not what they seem

The dangerous lies of our media

Another week, another mass demonstration in London calling for the destruction of Israel. If you disagree with that statement and believe that these are peaceful marches by people who only want a ‘ceasefire’ – then this article is for you. I attended this one, as I have since they started three weeks ago. I turn up, I hear the chants, I take videos, I post … Continue reading The dangerous lies of our media

Rotten and extreme from the top down

A big lie we are being sold is to suggest the anti-Israel demonstrations on our streets are all about human rights concerns. They say that any support for violence is just an outlier. In reality the opposite is true.   Just look: 1. Let’s start with Scotland. Mick Napier is the head of the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign. He is the face of Palestinian activism … Continue reading Rotten and extreme from the top down

The Brits are like turkeys voting for Christmas

Yesterday was another day of hate on London’s streets. There had been calls for the demonstrations to be banned – but none of the authorities saw fit to do so. I have been doing this for many years and can see things have visibly become worse. Yet just as the streets in our cities deteriorate – there is a growing counter movement of delusional people … Continue reading The Brits are like turkeys voting for Christmas

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Our cities and streets are full of haters

All of us are finding it difficult to digest the full horror of what took place just a week ago – and I am no different. I have barely slept since the attack, and I am spending most of my days using my social media platforms to battle for the truth to be heard. But this is not a post about events in Israel. I … Continue reading Our cities and streets are full of haters

The Guardian - protecting antisemites

The Guardian attacks the Jews…. again

It is almost impossible to overstate how far the Guardian has fallen. Once the voice of the liberal left – the paper has turned into a ‘Palestine’ obsessed rag that consistently promotes voices that are attacking British Jews. Just this week we were given yet another example – Haroon Siddique wrote an article about a report attacking the use of the IHRA definition of antisemitism … Continue reading The Guardian attacks the Jews…. again

Cameras rolling

‘Jew being bad’ – let the cameras roll

No people on earth are under the watchful gaze of cameras more than the Jews. On one side, Jewish organisations use cameras for protection – and every Jewish school, every synagogue has a network of CCTV cameras acting as a deterrent. Yet for every camera that offers Jews protection, 100 others are used to demonise them. Social media provides the perfect platform for the viral … Continue reading ‘Jew being bad’ – let the cameras roll

Palestinian flag - Islamist hate

A point or ten about the Palestinian flag

I recently spent a night in Belgium doing some research. As soon as I came out of the Brussels Midi Eurostar station I was confronted with a huge image of the Palestinian flag that had been graffitied onto one of the station walls. I took a photo of the flag – and posted it in a tweet – noting my discomfort. That simple statement of … Continue reading A point or ten about the Palestinian flag

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The colourful Twitter history of Palestine

Social media sites such as Twitter portray a wonderful history of a state called Palestine – but first let us quickly remember the truth. The historical facts: For the Islamic world, the area of 19th century Southern Syria was a sparsely populated forgotten backwater with rival clans and nomadic tribes presenting a hazardous obstacle for every trip. The weakening of the occupying power (the Ottoman … Continue reading The colourful Twitter history of Palestine

so you think Israel should tear down its walls

So you think Israel should tear down its walls?

I lived in Israel for nineteen years. I lost a good friend during the Second Intifada to a suicide bomber who chose to turn a music pub on the Tel Aviv seafront into a scene from a disaster movie. During this time I also tutored a boy of a close family friend – I helped him pass his exams – only to see him murdered … Continue reading So you think Israel should tear down its walls?

Seeds for Development and Culture

Sowing the seeds of support for terrorists

Why do those who support and celebrate the murder of Jews always have a queue of people who want to give them money and shake their hands? The Seeds for Development and Culture ‘Seeds for Development and Culture’ (SFDC) is an NGO operating out of Nablus. The Facebook page suggests it has been around since 2012. They claim that SFDC ‘aims to create a positive … Continue reading Sowing the seeds of support for terrorists

BBC bias

The BBC blood libel and the shame of a biased media

During an interview with Israeli ex-PM Naftali Bennett the BBC anchor Anjana Gadgil suggested that ‘Israeli forces are happy to kill children’. This is an antisemitic blood libel reworked for the 21st century. Many complained, the BBC apologised, and the Board of Deputies swiftly accepted the apology. I cannot be the only one who is sickened by this recurring pantomime. Anjana Gadgil’s words may have … Continue reading The BBC blood libel and the shame of a biased media