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BBC's Jeremy Bowen shocking 'bloody' propaganda

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Submitted by Donn P. (United States), May 24, 2021 at 18:05

BBC's Jeremy Bowen shocking 'bloody' propaganda

May 24, 2021

Jeremy Bowen starts off with typical vicious propaganda of vilest kind..

Instead of giving a slight introduction that the following could be a result of Hamas own rockers, which as we all know, many fell inside Gaza, instead, he goes straight to horrific scenes of a father crying and dead kids...

He says first with utmost "certainty" that Israel bombed there...

Then after successful having shocked the viewers with the bloody scene and emotions of father, he brings up that Israel says, it has no recollection of operating at that time there.
He quickly adds that the Arabs showed him shrapnels and that experts have told him, it's from precision missiles.

How does Jeremy Bowen know that Pallyood didn't just transfer those shrapnels from another site where terrorists were hiding or its terror tunnels were at? Aa a shrewd journalist, he should at least offer that possibility.

But of course he didn't. What's his agenda really?

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