bbc bias

Published on 27 Apr 2018

Insulted from start to finish by the BBC’s Steven Sackur and called an apologist for the “Assad regime”, Fares Shahabi forces Sackur to acknowledge grudgingly that he is an independent Member of Parliament for Aleppo and that it is the 200,000 people who voted for him, not the BBC in London, who have a better understanding of who is responsible for the recent bloodbaths in that city. Shehabi announces that Syria has found hundreds of British passport-holders among the jihadis who were recently holding Eastern Ghouta, and that the British Foreign Office has been funding them through its so-called conflict and stability fund. “We have the documents that will lock up the British Government, my friend,” Shehabi tells a crestfallen Sackur.