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Monday, July 16, 2007

Alan Johnston is shilling for Hamas again

That didn't take long now did it?

Alan Johnston, the BBC reporter useful idiot who was held 'hostage' for 114 days by the 'Army of Islam' is back singing the praises of Hamastan to the international media.

Hat Tip: Elder of Ziyon
"It is lovely to remember and to be remembered, and tell your crew and students that I returned home with most beautiful memories of Gaza."

Those were the words with which BBC reporter Alan Johnston replied to a letter of congratulations that he received from Dr Yahia Al Sarraj, the dean of the Training and Practical Scientific College in Gaza.

The journalist, recently released from captivity having been abducted in Gaza by a radical Islamist group and held for over 100 days, added expressions of his pride of Gaza, its people “and the beautiful memories that Gaza gave to me during the last years”.

He concluded, "I spent 3 years in Gaza before my kidnapping, and I know very well the meaning of friendship and generosity that Palestinians have".

He expressed his happiness and stated that, when remembering Gaza, he will first remember the beautiful things which Gaza gave to him.
It's funny that most of the international media in these parts hang around Jerusalem, but we never hear that kind of praise from them even though Jerusalem is a lot more comfortable for reporters than Gaza. Hmmm.


At 9:28 PM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...


I am surprised it took him this long.

At 1:13 AM, Blogger Shual said...

Eyad Al Sarraj is a critic of Hamas and your post about a letter of Johnston to Sarraj ist uninformed and unprofessional.

At 2:36 PM, Blogger BabbaZee said...

There is a special place in Sheol for terrorist fellating "journalists".
He'll have plenty of company there.


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