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The BBC and its Muhagabba in residence!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 23, 2013 at 07:44

Dr. Pipes

There is a young Egyptian woman who is a journalist and who lives most of the time in London and she is a correspondent for the BBC (aka The British BS Corporation) her name is Shaimaa Khalil and I call her al-Muhagabba (she who wears a hijab) in residence at the BBC

Now Ms Khalil interviewed an East Indian couple and the couple live in London and the wife is a shi3a and the husband is a sunni and that all is peaches and cream between the shi3a and sunni Muslims and to make it even more bizarre this poor journalist Ms Khalil declared that interviewing a shi3a Muslim was beyond her comfort zone because there are no Shi3a in Egypt! Wow! She does not seem to know her own country and what on earth is a "comfort zone" for a journalist? It is like saying that a pathologist can perform an autopsy because it is beyond his comfort zone.

But she declares to the whole world that all is fine between the Shi3a and the sunnis! What a liar

Now this interview took place in the same week when four Egyptian Shi3a were killed in cold blood

Shame on the BBC for having such poor journalists but again the BBC must have its Muhagabba (she who wears a hijab) in residence

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