|We know from experience that when it wants to, the |
BBC certainly knows the difference between having and
not having evidence
Here's the key line from the story that leads its news home page at this hour (11:57 pm Saturday night, Jerusalem time):
A Palestinian man whose child was killed in an arson attack blamed on Jewish settlers has died of his injuries.Blamed? By whom? Have the culprits been found? Charges laid? Is it BBC policy to skip the proof-and-evidence stage when the deaths are of Palestinian Arabs and there are hordes in the street baying for blood?