A BBC article about Palestinian rocket attacks on Israel, and Israel's retaliatory strikes in Gaza, engages in "last-first" reporting, strips away context and introduces a factual inaccuracy, claiming that Hamas targeted a military vehicle when in fact terrorists fired at civilian vehicles.
Young Israeli policewoman Hadas Malka was murdered by Palestinian terrorists, who were then slain by responding Israeli forces. The BBC headline reads, "Three Palestinians killed after deadly stabbing."
BBC's Jeremy Bowen promotes the anti-historical account that the Six Day War was a war of choice for Israel and that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict arose as a result of that war.
When Palestinian terrorists imprisoned in Israel went on a hunger strike, the BBC devoted extensive coverage and depicted them as political prisoners.
Due to the BBC's longstanding avoidance of coverage of Palestinian attacks in Israel, BBC Watch has maintained a tally of the number of attacks and frequency of BBC coverage.
After a BBC watch piece criticizes the BBC for failing report on missile attacks on Israeli communities, the BBC updates.
BBC Watch complaint that BBC misled audiences by falsely claiming that Israel had banned a book has been upheld.
BBC has adopted both the language and the political ideology found in the PLO’s November 2014 recommendations for describing the Temple Mount.
BBC continues to be vague about Iranian financing of Hezbollah despite overwhelming evidence.
BBC Trust's Editorial Standards Committee rejects all appeals on Willcox Anti-Semitic comments during broadcast of Hypercacher supermarket massacre.