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Published On: Tue, Jun 20th, 2017

Trump Jr joins Israel in outrage over BBC ‘fake news’ story on Palestinian terrorist attack

President Trump’ son, Donald Trump Jr. joined Israel in attacking the BBC over their headline: “Three Palestinians killed after deadly stabbing in Jerusalem.” This misleading title doesn’t mentioned they were the TERRORIST who carried out the attack on Jews.

The story was also tweeted out exactly like this and the BBC offered up this “apology.” The BBC headline was subsequently changed to “Israeli policewoman stabbed to death in Jerusalem.”

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“We accept that our original headline did not appropriately reflect the nature of the events and subsequently changed it,” BBC said in a statement. “Whilst there was no intention to mislead our audiences, we regret any offense caused.”

Donald Jr., on Saturday called out the BBC for the headline immediately:

“You mean after they stabbed a female Israeli police officer to death… right? This is as close to being misleading as possible.”

“Need a new term for this nonsense. Sort of the opposite of victim blaming. How about Culprit Coddling? Maybe Criminal Cozying? Thoughts???,” he tweeted.

On Friday, three Palestinian terrorists attacked two locations near near the Damascus Gate, close to Jerusalem’s Old City. They were armed with an automatic weapon and knives and ultimately murdered Border Police Staff Sgt. Hadas Malka.

Malka, 23, was stabbed to death during the response by officers who heard the gunfire. Nearby troops shot and killed the Palestinian terrorists. At least four more people were injured in the attacks, including another policeman.

The Israeli embassy in London also lodged a complaint with BBC “for the false reports about the attack in Jerusalem and their refusal to use the words terror when it comes to attacks on Israeli citizens.”

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