Indian TV network shows what the BBC does not

The Indian TV network NDTV broadcast the report below on August 5th.

On the network’s website the journalist Sreenivasan Jain writes:

“This report is being aired on NDTV and published on after our team left the Gaza strip – Hamas has not taken very kindly to any reporting of its rockets being fired. But just as we reported the devastating consequences of Israel’s offensive on Gaza’s civilians, it is equally important to report on how Hamas places those very civilians at risk by firing rockets deep from the heart of civilian zones.” 

Now that’s impartiality!

On the same topic, readers may also be interested to learn about the Hamas ‘Urban Warfare’ manual found by IDF soldiers operating in the Gaza Strip. Read more about that here.   

7 comments on “Indian TV network shows what the BBC does not

  1. They are admirable. The BBC and other western media seem to have sold their impartiality for popularity or acceptability or perhaps for funds.

  2. In my opinion, saying “Israel offensive” is not impartial. I live in Israel. They have been shooting at us for years and years.

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