BBC: ‘No to Israel’s critic’

The self-hating American Jewish professor Richard Falk (Princeton University) posted his recent experience with the British government-owned broadcasting corporation BBC over his scheduled interview concerning Israeli bloodshed in Gaza.

Dr. Falk says that he was invited by some “charming” BBC official four times during last week to tell BBC’s listeners and every time hours before his scheduled appearance, received a call from her, saying: “We apologize but we have to cancel today’s appearance.”

Anyone who has read UN Watch website would know why BBC has to do that. Simply put it, Falk hates Israel and Zionist Jews.

Falk claims that he is an American first and last. He has refused to take dictation from the organized Jewry. And worst, he has praised Leader of Islamic Revolution in Iran, Imam Ayatullah Khomeini, for establishing a real democracy in Iran, which is hardly found in Zionist occupied western countries.

Naturally, these are more than enough reasons for the Jewish Lobby to demonize Dr. Falk. On March 3, 2004, Israel daily Jerusalem Post and Geneva-based Jewish UN Watch blasted United Nations’ secretary-general Ban Ki-moon over the appointment of Falk’s Turk Jewish wife professor Hilal Elver as organization’s Special Rapporteur on Right to Food.

Falk in a recent interview he gave to Greek journalist and author C.J. Polychroniou said the United States is a complicit in Palestinian bloodshed. Falk said that 80% of Gazans killed by Israeli army proves that “Hamas has become more sophisticated in protecting its militants from Israeli firepower as compared to the results of the two earlier attacks.”

After being put on a rope by the BBC, Falk has posted this advice to his readers. “When BBC Calls, Don’t Answer. That is, don’t answer, if you’re a certified critic of Israeli policies and practices.”

Thanks Heaven, I don’t have to go through that humiliation, Richard Falk.

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3 responses to “BBC: ‘No to Israel’s critic’

  1. ‘Falk said that 80% of Gazans killed by Israeli army proves that “Hamas has become more sophisticated in protecting its militants from Israeli firepower as compared to the results of the two earlier attacks.”

    i disagree with him on this. indirectly and probably unintentionally it supports the israeli claims that ‘hamas hides behind civilians,’ that hamas built shelters for themselves but not for the population,’ and that israel is in fact ‘targeting’ its hits on hamas but due to the two (lying) claims made above is killing defenseless people, for which they are oh, so sorry, but it is all hamas’ fault. in reality the majority of unarmed gazans killed, including women and chidren of the 1,000 dead so far, only proves that israel is committing genocide, pure and simple.

    • Hizbullah leader, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah addressing tens of thousands of people attending Al-Quds Day rally on Friday, said: “As the Zionist regime failed in achieving its goals and felt helpless before the resistance, it resorted to killing innocent children and targeting civilians and inhabited areas, in order to exert pressure on the incubating environment of the resistance, exactly what it had tried to do in the 2006 July war.”

  2. that’s exactly right
    furthermore in gaza, with its incredibly population density, the genociders don’t even need to target civilians. it’s like shooting fish in a barrel

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