Reporting Palestine - Bias in the BBC?

Two journalists to discuss issue at free public meeting

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A free public meeting in Chiswick organised by the West London Palestine Solidarity Campaign is too look at BBC and other media coverage of the Palestine/Israel conflict.

Former BBC correspondent in Gaza, James Rodgers and Amena Saleem, journalist and activist will give an ‘insider’ and ‘outsider’ view of the issue.

James Rodgers recent book 'No Road Home' describes his time in Gaza during the second Palestinian intifada. He also served in Moscow and in Washington during 9/11. He now lectures at City University and is a local resident.

Amena Saleem has been co-ordinating PSC’s Fair News Project monitoring daily media coverage of the Palestinian issue. She is also a regular contributor to the website Electronic Intifada where she highlights and campaigns against media bias in reporting Palestine.

The meeting takes place on Thursday 5th December at 7pm. (doors open 6.30pm) on the first floor of the Chiswick Catholic Centre, 2 Duke’s Avenue, W4 2AE.

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November 26, 2013

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