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BBC Chief: We must not call Charlie Hebdo killers ‘terrorists’

This is a perfect example of the sickness in the media that I rail against every day. Sanitizing savagery. Whitewashing Islamic jihad.

My G-d man, they are beheading journalists. Why is the BBC sharpening the dull blade at their own necks (and ours)?
Infiltration.

We are under siege by the jihadists, a siege made possible by their their step and fetchit errand boys on the left.

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The BBC, slaves to the Muslim world. Kafala should thrown out on his حمار.

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“We must not call Charlie Hebdo killers ‘terrorists’, says BBC boss,” The Telegraph, January 25, 2015
Tarik Kafala, the head of BBC Arabic, says using the term ‘terrorism’ is too ‘loaded’

.”………..The value judgements frequently implicit in the use of the words ‘terrorist’ or ‘terrorist group’ can create inconsistency in their use or, to audiences, raise doubts about our impartiality. “It may be better to talk about an apparent act of terror or terrorism than label individuals or a group.”
When reporting an attack, the BBC guidelines say it should use words which specifically describe the perpetrator such as “bomber”, “attacker”, “gunman”, “kidnapper” or “militant”.

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