War Criminal BBC, Terrorist BBC & Lying BBC intentionally misreports “Doner Kebab Terrorism” of Turkey in Syria

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War Criminal BBC, Terrorist BBC & Lying BBC shamelessly tells lies about the Fals Flag Attack & “Doner Kebab Terrorism” of Turkey in Syria and portrays it as, “Just a Possible Military Operation in Syria”

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Lying BBC & Terrorist BBC supported Tamil Terrorists who terrorized Srilanka

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http://www.lankaweb.com/news/items08/251208-2.html

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Why The BBC Is A Greater Enigma To Sri Lanka’s War Against Terrorism Than Prabhakaran And The LTTE

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Insight By Sunil Kumar For LankaWeb

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A news story posted in the Asian Tribune website refering to BBC bias towards LTTE – states that “yesterday the BBC’s bosses – persuaded by LTTE proxies – have taken upon themselves the burden of imposing their version of democracy and freedom of expression on Sri Lanka by making us listen to whom the majority here treat as vermin. The news report states that all went topsy-turvy when LTTE sympathizers hijacked Sandeshaya and the BBC Tamil Services with the outbreak of the Tiger insurgency. The report states that the whole job of the BBC Sinhala and Tamil Service clowns today is not to educate and entertain the non-English speaking audiences about Europe but to recycle Sri Lanka’s political garbage and send them back to us. SLBC Chairman Hudson Samarasinghe points out that the BBC’s obvious partiality to the LTTE has been further reflected in its Tamil Service broadcasting the deplorable anti-Sri Lankan comments that Tiger proxy Tamil National Alliance MP Sivajilingam had made in India. He further observed that the LTTE is a banned terrorist organization in UK and BBC is that country’s national broadcaster. Yet it airs a despotic mass murderer’s speech commemorating his organization’s suicide bombers.” So is this not cause enough to confront the BBC and make them rescind their attitude towards the realities of what is taking place in Sri Lanka as an illegal, internal armed terrorist insurrection rather than a freedom struggle by the Tamil people which the BBC seems to be suggesting?

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The Following item was submitted in late November and is being re-posted towards the arguments relative towards exposing the BBC’s pro LTTE bias!!

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The ‘Enigma’ of Prabhakaran Or The ‘Enema’ That Needs To Be Administered To The BBC To Purge Their Misconceptions!

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Insight By Sunil Kumar for LankaWeb
A flashback to November 27th 2008 when BBC served up one of its contentiously duplicitous submissions about the Tamil Tiger terrorists of Sri Lanka and its psychotic leader Velupillai Prabhakaran.( courtesy of Mr. Alistair Lawson this time around) The following is a contradiction intended to confound the damning manner in which the BBC tries to portray this ruthless killer as a folk hero and a case in point also for the Government of Sri lanka not to negotiate under any condition with this megalomaniac unless they themselves are demented and deluded into believung that this piece of trash who calls himself a human being could be rehabilitated under any circumstance!

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Alistair Lawson of the BBC wrote :- that
“From a secret jungle base in the north-east of Sri Lanka, Velupillai Prabhakaran heads the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) or Tamil Tigers has a reputation as a fearless and ruthless guerrilla leader and under his leadership, the Tamil Tigers have become a highly-disciplined and highly-motivated guerrilla force fighting for a separate homeland in the north and east of the country.” To confound this somewhat myopic opinion it has to be stated that Prabhakaran is no fearless (albeit ruthless) guerrilla whose indiscipline and lack of motivation has driven him and his motley insurgents to the point of elimination at the hands of the Sri Lankan Armed Forces and is a coward who hides behind screens of innocent civilians and undergroung bunkers totally obvious of the concept of Bunker Busters!

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It seems hallucinatory on the part of Mr Lawson to suggest that “For much of the past three decades his organisation has shown no sign of being defeated militarily by the Sri Lankan army, even though it is vastly outnumbered.” which sound typical pro LTTE propaganda often spewed by BBC and others who support Tamil Tiger terrorism just before an anticipated Tiger crunch as the truth is that for the past four decades despite every attempt to acheive their objectives to form a separate state they have failed miserably and today are running helter skelter in disarray with nowhere to hide as they await their nemesis which is total annihilation at the hands of the Sri Lankan Armed forces!

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But it seems a reluctant admission by the BBC correspondent (towards duplicity ) that in recent advances by the Army – including the capture of rebel-held eastern parts of the Island in 2007 -it has meant that Prabhakaran is now under more military pressure than at any time which is an understatement as Prabhakaran is literally ‘wetting’ his pants for fear of his life and probably contemplating his options either of surrendering to the Armed Forces or swallowing the cyanide pill which is sealed in a capsule around his neck!” Prabhakaran is reputed to wear a cyanide capsule around his neck, to be swallowed in the event of his capture. It is fair to assume that he expects the same dedication from his troops, many of whom the Sri Lankan government says are either women or children”quoting Lawsons BBC item.

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It is not merely a strong possibility but a foregone conclusion that the town of Kilinochchi will fall soon where such a loss would be a death blow to the terrorists because the town is assumed to be the rebels’ de facto capital, with political offices, courts, a police headquarters and other administrative buildings which were of no real significance where more thetrics than reality were presented to a gullible world about its real credibilities!

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It has been concluded by many terrorist researchers that he has been wrongfully depicted as a man whom supportives say is much more at ease fighting in the battlefield than he is sitting around a negotiating table partly true perhaps as a result of his slight acumen to manouver an army of insurgent thugs. Whilst being marginally educated and having his speeches written for him by aides and being more of an incoherent babbling country bumpkin turned criminally insane killer as his track record proves, he also has no intellectual means to communicate with wisdom or compassion and depends on brute force when afforded this by weak opposition towards his ill intended objectives.

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It is no mere argument but an inalienable fact that any peace process is doomed to failure with Mr Prabhakaran as leader of the Tigers and that even after a Norwegian brokered ceasefire was signed in 2002, the rebels used the lull in fighting to re-group and re-arm as the only means towards sustaining themselves and their pathetic existences as an insurgent group ably backed by dissenting frustrated Tamil Diaspora in a feeble minority although ambitious to attempt overcome the Sinhalese majority comprising of 75% of the nations populace at any cost and what a cost it has been for them for what little gain from the point of view of Sri Lanka’s enemies whose losses have now become unsurmountable!

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It is a blatant concoction when Prabhakaran’s supporters argue that he fully embraced efforts to secure peace, pointing out that in 2002 he began de-commissioning arms, allowed a land route to be opened to the rebels’ northern stronghold in the Jaffna peninsula and even gave support to his movement dropping its demand for a separate state which has no tangible evidence or proof to corroborate these and mind boggling as to where the BBC and Mr Lawson obtained these fabrications which is what they are, tantamount to cheap rhetoric perhaps picked up from the babblings of dreamers aspiring to overcome the moderators of Sovereign Democratic Sri Lanka! through insurgent means.

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When in 2002 to 2008 – the The Mahinda Rajapaksha Government announced that it was formally withdrawing from the ceasefire – Mr Prabhakaran suffered a number of setbacks as his means to regroup were disrupted and the security blanket spread around Sri Lanka to secure it from Prabhakarans terrorists proved a cropper against terrorist ambits and set in motion the wheels of destruction carrying the Armed Forces hell bent on wiping out the terrorist scourge which had plagued the Island Nation for nearly four decades!

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The curtain finally fell on Prabhakaran when in 2004 a renegade Tamil Tiger commander once a Prabhakaran loyalist known as Karuna, led a split in the rebel movement in the East – a huge breach of Prabhakaran’s security was initiated and a body blow to his ranks dealt which has prevailed to this day and is said to have been the turning point in Sri Lanka’s war against terrorism which was then picked up by the Armed Forces under the present commander Lieut Gen. Sarath Fonseka together with the leaderships of the Naval and Air Commands which have equitted themselves to the task of ridding Sri Lanka of Prabhakaran’s insurgents very admirably and efficiently!

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Thus the BBC’s last litany in a long drawn out list of such conducted by Alistair Lawson continues in it tedious and long drawn tirade of moaning and griping in favour of the terrorist leader Prabhakaran who is also sought after by Interpol and India for the crimes of killing India’s much loved Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and the many crimes Prabhakaran has committed against humanity and is certainly not deserving of any accolades where realistically the BBC and Mr Lawson’s broadcast information should be trashed effectively rather than being dispensed as the salient truth which it is the furthest from, to an unsuspecting and at times gullible world! It is an affront to rational thinking based on logical interpretation to even suggest that “Prabhakaran is the dominating force in the rebel movement, and that without his consent peace in Sri Lanka will never be attainable” as to the contrary, he is a very sick puppy suffering from both physical as well as mental impediments rabid on every count who needs to be put out of his misery sooner than later!

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This in a manner of speaking is the ‘enema’ needing to be administered to the BBC towards purging it from broadcasting trashy bulletins as opposed to the suggestion by the BBC that Prabhakaran is an ‘enigma’ ~ one which might not have been had the jungles of the Wanni been cleared effectively with no though to the civilian population and the beautiful flora and fauna which surrounds it now sullied by his evil presence.

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And today it has been followed up with the latest BBC posting which is a continuation of all the confounding concoctions put together by the BBC in what seems like a concerted effort to give legitimacy to the Tamil Tiger terrorists and an endeavour which they don’t ever seem to want to desist from albeit with no right to be involved in as it violates many protocols relative to the legitimacies of the global need to wipe out terrorism!!!

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” Tamil Tigers vow to keep fighting ~ BBC 23rd Dec.2008

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Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tiger rebels have said they will continue to fight even if they lose their political headquarters town of Kilinochchi.

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There has been fierce fighting as the army tries to capture Kilinochchi.

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The head of the rebels’ political wing told the BBC he rejected the government’s offer of talks if the Tigers disarmed first.

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The Tigers say they killed 75 soldiers in the latest clashes. The army has put its losses at 12 dead and 12 missing.

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The rival claims cannot be independently verified because journalists are barred from the conflict area.

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The battle for Kilinochchi in northern Sri Lanka is getting increasingly bloody. Both sides claim to be inflicting heavy casualties.

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The rebels insist they can defend the town and the head of the Tamil Tigers’ political wing, Balasingham Nadesan, told the BBC by e-mail that even if it falls, they will fight on.

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“Freedom… never depends on one city. We can create more communities, more cities and [in] our freedom struggle, we are supported by people.

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“We have the confidence that we will capture more areas in our motherland and we will create so many communities in [the] future.”

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He rejected out of hand the government’s offer of talks if the Tigers laid down their weapons first.

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“This is not a realistic question, we took up arms to safeguard our people, so we will keep these arms until the safeguard is guaranteed,” Mr Nadesan said.

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Kilinochchi is a hugely symbolic target of the government’s offensive to crush the rebels.

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In the town, the Tigers, or Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), have assembled the trappings of the independent state they want for the ethnic Tamil minority, including political offices, courts and a police force.

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Government ministers have been predicting the town’s imminent capture for months, but the rebels are holding out.

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A military spokesman said the people of Sri Lanka wanted the LTTE to be eliminated.

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“The military also wanted the same thing and they are doing their level best to capture the rest of the areas” under Tamil Tiger control, said Brigadier Udaya Nanayakkara.

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Sri Lanka’s government says it is on track to win the war but heavy battles are likely to still lie ahead and there is concern about the fate of the large number of civilians in the Tiger-controlled north.

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The rebels deny using them as human shields and reject allegations they are forcing people into their ranks to fight.”

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It’s about time the BBC put its money where its mouth is and went to the Legitimate and Official Sri lankan News Source the Government of Sri Lanka to get their information about the Situation in Sri Lanka relative to the war against terrorism at a time when the British Government categorically agrees that the Sri Lankan Government has every legitimate right to rid the Nation of the scourge of Tamil Tiger terrorism and defend her territory and sovereignity from any threat to the nation posed by terrorism.

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War Criminal BBC, Terrorist BBC & Lying BBC justifies American Drone Terrorism in Pakistan

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War Criminal BBC, Terrorist BBC & Lying BBC

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http://stopwar.org.uk/index.php/usa-war-on-terror/1470-how-the-bbc-justifies-obamas-drone-strikes-and-targeted-assassinations

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In support of the ongoing policy of US drone strikes in Pakistan, US defence secretary Leon Panetta stated that “This [policy] is about our sovereignty as well”.

His comment came in response to claims by Pakistan that their sovereignty is at risk as a result of the drone attacks.

Despite the wild suggestion the sovereignty of the world’s military superpower could be at risk from this tribal region of northern Pakistan, the BBC chose to highlight Panetta’s claim, adding to the report the sub-headline (appearing midway through) ‘”Our Sovereignty”‘.

The article, appearing on 6 June, following two weeks of heavy drone strikes on Pakistan, ran with the headline ‘Pentagon chief Panetta defends Pakistan drone strikes’. It would be hard to imagine a similar headline from the BBC if another world power such as Russia or China were to undertake a policy of assassination in the territory of another country – particularly if the orders came from the top, from the President’s own ‘kill list’.

The BBC presents the arguments thus: ‘Pakistan says the drone attacks fuel anti-US sentiment and claim civilian casualties along with militants. The US insists the strikes are effective.’ The report reads almost as a press-release for the Department of Defense, the ‘resentment’ of Pakistani society allowed only the briefest of acknowledgements.

Throughout BBC reporting on the US policy of drone warfare, the ‘effectiveness’ of the attacks is a primary consideration. Where arguments against the strikes are noted (acknowledging that the policy ‘is highly controversial’) the BBC presents as counter-argument the priority of those advocates of drone strikes; the capability for the US to ‘eliminate its enemies’, as Frank Gardner put it.

The emphasis on effectiveness as the deciding factor of the legitimacy of the US’s policy of extra-judicial assassination can be seen in the headline for a report of 30 May by the BBC’s North America editor, Mark Mardell: ‘Is Obama’s drone doctrine counter-productive?’ This mode of reasoning is all too familiar.

The media consistently debates the merits of wars on the basis of whether or not they can be ‘won’. If not, we call them ‘mistakes’. If they are successful, we speak of ‘vindication’ for those who wage war (‘if it is confirmed that Abu Yahya al-Libi has been killed, Washington may feel vindicated’ the BBC’s Aleem Maqbool commented). Considerations of human rights and international law are secondary.

Commenting on the New York Times report that revealed that ‘Mr. Obama has placed himself at the helm of a top secret “nominations” process to designate terrorists for kill or capture, of which the capture part has become largely theoretical’, Mardell surmises that the report ‘confirms that the care taken by the president is significant’.

In the NYT report, this confirmation is provided by Obama’s aides: ‘Aides say Mr. Obama has several reasons for becoming so immersed in lethal counterterrorism operations … he believes that he should take moral responsibility for such actions.’ Considering the nature of such a ‘controversial’ policy, one can be assured that the Obama administration would rather the press focus on the ‘care taken’ in selecting the targets for assassination over those civilians who have been murdered in the pursuit of the policy.

Mardell himself ‘cannot believe that as many officials spoke as freely as they apparently did without being given the presidential green light’, in what was no doubt an exercise in handling public perception of the drones policy. (Parroting the language of the White House aides, a reader comment on the NYT article, left by Brad from Arizona, reads: ‘President Obama by directly taking responsibility for these decisions is acting as a leader of the entire nation.’) And yet he writes, in the wake of eight drone strikes within two weeks, that ‘[Obama] believes that they [drone strikes] kill America’s enemies with minimum risk to the innocent.’

Again, it would be unheard of, in the case of another world power, for revelations of top-down orders for killing to be reported as confirmation that ‘the care taken’ by the leader is ‘significant’. ‘Some are appalled’, Mardell points out in a one-sentence paragraph, anticipating perhaps that this may shock the reader. This seemingly natural human reaction is elevated to news-worthy status considering the pragmatic justifications for these targeted killings offered by the media.

‘Plenty of blogs’ tell us that drone attacks are murder, while ‘others argue’ that they ‘are illegal under international law’, Mardell tells us. He doesn’t point out that those ‘others’ who argue the illegality of the attacks are routinely the Pakistan foreign ministry; that is, the country whose people and territory are on the receiving end of Obama’s ‘responsible’ assassinations. But this is a secondary consideration, as Mardell concludes that the attacks ‘have too many attractions’.

Last year (April 2011) on Radio 4’s Today programme, during which John Humphrys remarked that drones could be ‘highly effective’ in the campaign of ‘humanitarian intervention’ in Libya, he was told by Aleem Maqbool that the ‘biggest problem’ with such attacks is that the Taliban ‘use these drone attacks as something of a recruiting tool’. Mark Mardell also writes that Gregory Johnsen of Princeton University ‘says drones strikes have killed women and children and al-Qaeda are adept at using this to recruit people for revenge.’

The murder of civilians does not merit discussion for its own sake, discussed only in the context of potential repercussions in support for al-Qaeda. For example, on 24 May, when a mosque in Northern Waziristan was hit during drone strikes, killing civilian worshippers, the BBC commented merely that: ‘A nearby mosque was also damaged, reports say.’ The

Bureau of Investigative Journalism reports that between 2004 and 2012 CIA drone strikes have reportedly killed between 482 and 832 civilians, including 175 children. (In February 2012, the Bureau reported that under the Obama administration alone, between 282 and 535 civilians have been credibly reported as killed including more than 60 children.’)

The cool pragmatism with which the BBC views the effects of drone warfare reduces analysis to debating the extent to which the objectives of the US have been met. This is premised with the acceptance that the end justifies the means. Civilian casualties it seems will remain of secondary consideration to the media as Obama advances through his kill list.

For more analysis of the reporting of US drone strikes, see the previous article from News UnSpun: The Unworthy Victims of US Drones Attacks.

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Lying BBC should apologize to India for British Nazi, Jeremy Clarkson’s Anti Indian Abuse

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India demands an apology from the Lying BBC & Hooligan BBC,  which is the Biggest Liar of the Universe & shamelessly tells  “BBC LIES”  24 Hours a Day

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/bbc/9007554/India-demands-apology-over-Top-Gear-India-special.html

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A Top Gear “India Special”, which was broadcast twice over the Christmas break, has caused upset in the world’s second most populous country.

During the 90 minute programme, Mr Clarkson, one of the BBC’s highest paid stars, was filmed speaking to locals while operating a trouser press in his boxer shorts and with a Jaguar with a lavatory fixed to the boot.

The programme makers also put banners on trains reading: “British IT is good for your company”. Another said: “Eat English muffins”. The messages became obscene when the carriages parted, ripping the signs.

Now the Indian High Commission in London has formally complained to the BBC, accusing its producers of deceiving them over the nature of the programme, which was jokingly billed as a “trade mission”.

The complaint follows a string of controversies involving Mr Clarkson.

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Last month the BBC had to apologise after Mr Clarkson told viewers on a live programme that striking workers should be shot in front of their families.

There were further apologies earlier last year to Mexico, after co-presenter Richard Hammond made an insulting parody of Mexicans to describe a Mexican sports car.

In the past few days Clarkson has also caused consternation in China for making tasteless comments in his tabloid newspaper column about the Morecambe Bay cockle picking tragedy in which 23 Chinese migrant workers died.

Last month, MPs told Lord Patten, the chairman of the BBC Trust, that Top Gear was a “luxury the BBC cannot afford” and should be sacked. Lord Patten said Top Gear was “leading cultural export” and said he would not be sacked. He said: “There are a lot of people who would be disappointed.”

In a letter sent to the programme’s producer, officials at the High Commission condemned the latest Top Gear broadcast as “tasteless”, and accused the BBC of breaching undertakings about the filming.

The letter, which was copied to BBC’s director general Mark Thompson, said: “The programme was replete with cheap jibes, tasteless humour and lacked cultural sensitivity that we expect from the BBC.

“I write this to convey our deep disappointment over the documentary for its content and the tone of the presentation. You are clearly in breach of the agreement that you had entered into, completely negating our constructive and proactive facilitation.”

In the wake of the programme, the BBC said it had received just 23 complaints. However diplomats at the consulate told The Daily Telegraph that its staff had received “hundreds” of letters and phone calls.

One diplomat told The Daily Telegraph: “The BBC has to make amends, particularly to assuage the hurt sentiment of a very large number of people.

“We understand the free press – they are welcome to explain and to challenge as long as it is fair and above the belt. Can this pass as acceptable journalism? The BBC has a global reputation. We expect the BBC to make amends.”

The consulate is furious that an outline of the programme, which was presented to the consulate last July, bore little relation to the finished product. One official said: “It [the BBC] has been less than honest and straight.”

It described the programme as a “light hearted road trip” which was focused on the “idiosyncrasies of the country”.

Specifically, it said that the programme’s “key ingredients” would look at the “beautiful scenery” and India’s “local colour”, making no reference to the toilet humour which littered the programme.

The row threatens to escalate into a diplomatic incident because Prime Minister David Cameron was filmed at the beginning of the programme, waving to Mr Clarkson and his presenters in Downing Street and telling them to “stay away from India”.

However the diplomat said India did not blame the Prime Minister for what was to follow. He said: “I don’t think he had the slightest inkling of what was to come.”

Last night Keith Vaz MP, whose parents are from India, said: “It seems that the reasons given by the BBC in order to obtain their visas to go to India did not disclose the true nature of the content of this programme.”

Mr Vaz, the chairman of the Home Affairs select committee, said there was now a risk that damage could be done to important trade relations with India.

He said: “One ridiculous programme has done a lot of damage to this good relationship. A swift apology from the BBC and Mr Clarkson may go some way towards restoring our good relations and the reputation of the BBC in India.”

Mr Clarkson is one of the BBC’s highest paid stars. This week it emerged that he made £2.14million from his involvement in Top Gear last year, due to a lucrative profit sharing deal he struck with the corporation.

The BBC confirmed that it had received the letter from the Indian High Commission this week. A spokesman said: “We will respond directly to the Indian High Commission in due course.”

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Letter from Chris Hale, producer, Top Gear to Indian High Commission, London

“Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May will travel across India in three cars filming a light hearted road trip focusing on the journey and the inevitable idiosynacies of the cars they will drive, as well as the country and scenary we see along the way.

“There will be spontaneous interaction between the presenters and their environment, and potentially people they meet along the way. This will be in an incidental manner, not interviews.

“Key ingredients of what we film will be beautiful scenery, busy city scenes, local charm and colour within these locations, areas to illustrate the local car culture that exists in India.”

6 January 2012

Letter from Indian High Commission, London to Chris Hale, producer, Top Gear

cc Mark Thompson, director general, BBC

“The programme was replete with cheap jibes, tasteless humour and lacked cultural sensitivity. This is not clearly what we expect of the BBC. I write this to convey our deep disappointment over the documentary for its content and the tone of the presentation.

“You are clearly in breach of the agreement that you had entered into, completely negating our constructive and proactive facilitation. We strongly protest and expect the BBC to make amends, especially to assuage the hurt sentiments of a large number of people.”

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VIDEO – Neda Soltan’s murder by Lying BBC

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Neda Soltan’s Murder by Lying BBC

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Lying BBC, the biggest Liar of the Universe, denies involvement in the murder of Iranian Woman, Neda Soltan

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“Lying BBC” — The biggest Liar of the Universe denies involvement in the murder of Iranian Woman, Neda Soltan in Iran

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By,  Frans Unsworth of Lying BBC

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Some in Iran have been keen to blame foreign media for fuelling the recent protests. This has led to ludicrous allegations about the BBC which have surfaced in the Iranian media.

One Iranian website reported that the BBC had paid hitmen to kill Neda Agha Soltan, the 27-year-old woman who died from a gunshot in an anti-government protest. A newspaper added the flourish that our Tehran correspondent, Jon Leyne, had personally hired the killer.

While I don’t think that anyone takes this allegation seriously, the charge is nonetheless being reported in the Middle East. We state categorically that this extraordinary accusation is of course utterly without foundation.

Since then, another newspaper has reported that our Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen has been calling on Iranian people to “go on strike”. This is not true either.

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Neda Soltan was killed by BBC Terrorists

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Neda Soltan, the Iranian woman

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Iran has repeatedly claimed that, Neda Soltani, an Iranian woman, who got  shot and later died, was killed by a British Terrorist hired by the Lying BBC. Later, the Iranian authorities named that British terrorist to be the Lying BBC Correspondent in Iran, Jon Leyne

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http://dalje.com/en-world/neda-was-killed-by-bbc-reporter/267552

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Iranian authorities allegedly threw Neda’s family from their home and did not even give them the girl’s body, but buried her in secrecy.

The video of the murder of young Neda Agha Soltan, who was killed last Saturday during a protest, circulated around the world. According to The Guardian, Neda’s family was thrown out of their home. 

The neighbours of the family say that the police did not want to hand over Neda’s body to her family, but buried her without their knowledge. This information from The Guardian is not confirmed and are contradictory to reports of other media which write that the authorities turned over the body to the family on condition that the burial be carried out quickly and silently.

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Mass And Commemoration For Angel Of Iran Banned 

The commemorative service for girl known as Neda was supposed to have held in the Niloofar Mosque in Tehran, but was banned, because the authorities feared it might turn into a symbolic event for protestors.

– We just know that the family was forced to leave their flat – neighbours told The Guardian.

–  In Iran, when someone dies, neighbours visit the family and will not let them stay alone for weeks but Neda’s family was forced to be alone, otherwise the whole of Iran would gather here – one of Neda’s neighbours said.

Those who knew Neda said they were shocked that she had been killed during a protest.

– She was a kind, innocent girl. She always had a nice peaceful smile and now she has been sacrificed for the government’s vote-rigging in the presidential election – a neighbour said.

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Iranian authorities accused protesters for Neda’s death

Reports by Iranian media are completely contrary. The government is accusing the protesters for Neda’s murder and the Javan newspaper went so far as to state that a BBC reporter who was recently ousted of the country by Iranian authorities ordered her murder.

According to Javan, he ordered Neda’s murder in order to film an interesting documentary about the protests.

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VIDEO: Young Iran Woman Shot In The Heart 

Neda was killed last Saturday. According to her fiancé, she was driving in a car with her music teacher. They got stuck in traffic, so the girl got out of the car for a couple of minutes.

Suddenly she was shot in the chest. Passers-by wanted to take her to hospital, but it was too late. She was probably killed by a Basij militia sniper who aimed straight for her heart. The bullet exploded in Neda’s chest.

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Neda Loved Music, Travelling And Iran

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BBC Terrorist, Jon Leyne of “Lying BBC” is accused of killing Iranian Woman, Neda Soltan

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Iranian women light candles in front the image of Neda Agha Soltan in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Monday. (Photo: Kamran Jebreili, AP)

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BBC’s Terrorist Jon Leyne of Britain is accused

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http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/world/media-blames-bbc-journalist-for-neda-killing/314480

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Iran’s hard-line media sought on Thursday to deflect blame over the killing of a young woman whose final moments were seen around the globe, even going so far as accusing a BBC correspondent of hiring a hit man to shoot her.

Neda Agha-Soltan, who was seen bleeding to death in an Internet video of street violence in Tehran, has become a poignant symbol for the opposition challenging President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s disputed re-election.

“Investigations show that a person shot at several people on Karegar street with a smuggled gun and one of the bullets hits Neda” in the back, several newspapers said, quoting a report by the Fars news agency.

The pro-Ahmadinejad newspaper Vatan Emrouz even accused BBC correspondent Jon Leyne, who was ordered expelled from Iran on Sunday, of “hiring a thug and paying him to kill someone for his documentary.”

Similar allegations against Leyne were leveled on Wednesday in the hard-line Javan newspaper.

Neda’s fiance has said she was an innocent bystander who was targeted by the Basij, the volunteer Islamic militia at the forefront of the regime crackdown against protestors.

The final moments of Neda Agha-Soltan, with blood pouring from her nose after she was reportedly shot in the chest in Tehran on Saturday, were captured on an amateur video flashed around the world on the Internet.

Her fiance, Caspian Makan, told London-based BBC Persian television on Monday that she had gotten out of a car and stumbled into the battles between opposition supporters and Iranian security forces.

“Eyewitnesses and video footage of the shooting clearly show that probably Basij paramilitaries in civilian clothing deliberately targeted her,” he said. 

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BBC Terrorist, Jon Leyne of LYING BBC is humiliatingly deported from Iran

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BBC Terrorist, Jon Leyne of “Lying BBC” is

humiliatingly deported from Iran

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 fabricating notorious “BBC Lies”

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8111638.stm

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Iran decided that it had had enough of the constant & ongoing invention, fabrication & spreading of  “BBC Lies”  about the Iranian political events.  In direct result of these circumstances, it decided to humiliatingly expel the  Chief Protagonist of  “Lying BBC”, Jon Leyne, who is also accused of killing the Iranian woman,  Neda Soltan

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Iranian authorities have asked the BBC’s correspondent in Tehran to leave the country within 24 hours.

The BBC said the office would remain open despite the departure of Jon Leyne, the broadcaster’s permanent correspondent there.

The request came a day after protests about the presidential election left at least 10 people dead in the capital.

Foreign media, including the BBC, are under severe restrictions, preventing reporters leaving their offices.

Jon Leyne reported for BBC radio, TV and online.

Iran has singled out Britain and the BBC in its widespread condemnation of what it calls meddling by foreign powers in its affairs.

In the days following the 12 June election, BBC Persian TV was disrupted by “deliberate interference” from inside Iran, the corporation said.

In response, the BBC increased the number of satellites that carry its BBC Persian television service for Farsi-speakers in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan.

‘Deeply concerned’

The authorities in Iran have also ordered the Dubai-based al-Arabiya TV channel to close its Tehran bureau for “unfair reporting” of the election.

“The authorities accuse al-Arabiya of diffusing news that is not necessarily fair from their point of view,” said al-Arabiya’s executive news manager, Nabil al-Khatib.

“The channel has not done anything that was in violation of Iranian law,” Mr Khatib said in a statement on al-Arabiya’s website.

In another development, the whereabouts of a Canadian journalist remain unknown.

Maziar Bahari, who works for the US news magazine Newsweek, was detained without charge on Sunday and has not been seen or heard from since.

Newsweek’s editor Jon Meacham said: “We are deeply concerned about Mr Bahari’s detention. As a long time Newsweek reporter he has worked hard to be balanced in his coverage.”

“We see no reason why he should be held by the authorities,” he added.

More than 30 journalists and bloggers have been detained since the protests began, the campaign group Reporters Without Borders says.

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