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April 6, 2017 6:36 am

BBC’s Mideast Editor Suggests Syria Chemical Attack Tied to Israel

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Victims of the suspected gas attack in Idlib, Syria. Photo: Twitter.

The day after a chemical weapons attack in Syria that shocked the world, a BBC official charged with making news from the Middle East “more comprehensive or comprehensible for the audience” went on Twitter to promote his own conjectures concerning the incident in Khan Sheikhoun.

Yes, the BBC’s Middle East editor really is promoting the “theory” that the Assad regime slaughtered children in Idlib province because Israel has allegedly carried out strikes in Syria against Iranian/Syrian weapons shipments to the Hezbollah terror organization.

It is worth remembering that the man publicly promoting that bizarre “rationale” is the gatekeeper of all of the “accurate and impartial” BBC reporting concerning the war in Syria — as well as coverage of Israel.

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