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BBC: Institutional fear of speaking truth on Islamism
That the BBC has a left-wing liberal bias in its current affairs programming and news broadcasting is now, like the weather, a staple feature of British national consciousness. Perhaps like the weather, the BBC just cannot be reformed. We simply have to live with it and make allowances.
Still, when one hears yet another piece of skewed BBC news reporting, it's difficult not to be angered, particularly when the subject is terrorism.
BBC's Today programme recently reported on a video showing a young British Muslim from Cardiff, Nasser Muthana, apparently attempting to recruit would-be jihadists. The programme also reported on an interview with Nasser Muthana's father, Ahmed Muthana, who denied any knowledge or awareness of how his son had been 'radicalised'.
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