By Abdel Razek Tawfik
BBC has always vaunted its integrity, impartiality, professionalism and commitment to the media code of conduct.
But practice on the ground revealed the BBC’s complete negligence of these principles.
Many precedents and experiences made the BBC the closest to the Brotherhood’s discourse, sponsoring all fabricated and false reports, promoting inaccurate news and distorting any objective and professional work.
The Brotherhood’s platforms moved to, London. With the hosting of the Brotherhood’s figures and the emperors of terrorism, many questions are raised about the performance of the BBC and the repetition of its lies, distortions and abuses against Egypt.
Its latest attempts against the Egyptian state include criticism against the TV series El-Ekhtyar (The Choice) to distort its historical and unprecedented success.
In the TV series, the bias, consistency and partnership between the BBC and the Brotherhood’s platforms and their electronic cells are revealed. The series exposed, with sound, image and truth, all the Brotherhood’s malicious goals and demonic faith. The Brotherhood and the BBC are two sides of the same coin, including lying, fabrication, spreading poison, hostility and hatred for the Egyptian state.
A demonic alliance clearly appears between the Brotherhood’s platforms and the British channel, where the lies are united. The contents of their alliance are identical in the lack of professionalism, objectivity and accuracy that is being broadcasted.
The BBC, which pays lip service to professionalism, credibility, accuracy and respect for privacy, and gives these principles a priority over the news, has sunk into the quagmire of misinformation, lies, bias towards the Brotherhood, and abuse and distortion of the Egyptian state.
The truth on the ground and the documented official data revealed the falsity and lies of the BBC. One example is the Al-Wahat incident in October 2017, in which the BBC claimed the killing of 53 Egyptian policemen, while the reality on the ground was the martyrdom of 16 police heroes without bothering to apologise.
Everyone knows that the BBC has fallen into the quagmire of supporting terrorism, its groups and elements, to the extent that British citizens were forced to demonstrate in protests that surrounded the BBC building in Britain.
The BBC also abuses the Egyptian judiciary and interferes with its rulings, which is in violation of international norms and laws.
Undoubtedly, the BBC’s media discourse and its handling of events, especially the Egyptian issue, is a blatant disregard for impartiality, integrity and credibility and violates its code of honour and contradicts its provisions.
The BBC, which you find always publishing and broadcasting false and abusive reports on Egypt, supports the criminals, the killers and the terrorists and considers them opponents and politicians, and ignores the treacherously killed and those who fell at the hands of terrorism.
It also insults Egypt’s reputation by creating a false and unrealistic framework of facts about the Egyptian reality as if Egypt is the culprit and not the victim and that the terrorists are the guiltless martyrs.
Abdel Razek Tawfik is the Editor in Chief of Al-Gomhouria newspaper