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BBC's Terrorists in Need
Pajamas Media ^
| August 27, 2008
| Mike McNally
Posted on 08/27/2008 10:33:37 AM PDT by AJKauf
How did cash from the network's telethons for children end up in the hands of the 7/7 London bombers?
Those familiar with the BBCs bias towards and promotion of the Islamic faith and its regular apologias on behalf of Islamic extremism will have barely raised an eyebrow at the news that £20,000 from one of the corporations charity appeals ended up in the hands of the Muslim terrorists who murdered 52 people in London in 2005.
The money, raised by the BBCs Children in Need telethons, was given to a community school in the northern English city of Leeds a hotbed of Islamic extremism between 1999 and 2002. ....
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TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Government; News/Current Events; United Kingdom
KEYWORDS: globaljihad; islam; jihadineurope; mohammedanism; terrorfunding; terrorismfunding
posted on 08/27/2008 10:33:38 AM PDT
I was looking for shows to record to my DVR and I glanced through the BBC America's upcoming shows, except for some 30 - 40 year old Monty Python episodes there was nothing. They used to have a couple of other good comedy shows and of course Benny Hill. That channel is finished, have you ever tried watching their news? Al Jazeera Lite. In the UK people have to buy an annual TV License that supports the BBC.They BBC is a mouthpiece for the socialist agenda of the extreme left, it is not surprising that they helped the fundamentalists.
posted on 08/27/2008 11:01:50 AM PDT
The BBC News Department is extremely Socialist and makes no apologies for it.
posted on 08/27/2008 11:35:03 AM PDT
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