Good night. Lawyers for the UK’s largest Jewish community organization have told the BBC to investigate complaints made against them for not referring to Hamas as terrorists.
Meanwhile, counterterrorism police arrested a 22-year-old woman on suspicion of supporting Hamas.
The Board of Deputies writes to the BBC over the refusal to call Hamas terrorists
Lawyers acting for the UK’s largest Jewish community organization have told BBC to investigate complaints against them for not referring to Hamas as terrorists. Tim Davie, director general of the BBC, has been ordered to instruct the company to investigate complaints made by the Board of Deputies of British Jews by the charity’s lawyers, after the broadcaster “refused” to review editorial guidelines.
Counterterrorism police arrest woman on suspicion of supporting Hamas
A 22-year-old woman has been arrested by anti-terrorist police on suspicion of supporting Hamas at a protest in Brighton. South East counter-terrorism police said the woman was arrested on Thursday under Section 12 of the Terrorism Act 2000. It comes after an investigation was launched focusing on a speech given by a woman. at the protest in Brighton on Sunday.
Humza Yousaf’s mother-in-law makes tearful plea for Gaza in ‘last’ video
Humza Yousaf’s mother-in-law has asked “where is the humanity of the people?” in a tearful video from Gaza. Elizabeth El-Nakla, mother of Nadia, wife of the Scottish first minister, traveled from her home in Scotland last week to visit her family in Gaza with her husband, Maged, but He has been “stuck” there ever since. after the Hamas attack on Israel.
Afternoon Briefing: Today’s Essential Headlines
France | TO teacher has been stabbed to death and two other people were seriously injured after a knife-wielding attacker shouted “Allahu Akbar” while attacking a school in northern France, it was reported.
Readers’ opinion: “Hamas doesn’t care about Israeli civilians, we have to fight fire with fire”
Earlier this week, we asked Front Page readers for your points of view about Hamas attacks on Israel and how the conflict could be resolved. Thanks to everyone who responded, read the best of the debate from readers in the comments section, via Letters pages and Front page Newsletter.
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World news: British shells fall silent in Ukraine due to ‘catastrophic’ shell shortage
British artillery guns supplied to Ukraine are silent on the battlefield due to a lack of ammunition for them, frontline troops told The Telegraph. NATO-trained Ukrainian soldiers with L119 howitzers have been forced to fire them less than once a day due to a “catastrophic” situation. shell shortage.
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“I was sure Glastonbury would be a disgrace”
Still in shock from being crowned King of Glasto, Rick Astley talks about late fame and why the Smiths might be taken aback by their covers.
Business News: Microsoft Given Green Light to Buy Call of Duty Maker in Biggest Tech Deal Ever
Microsoft’s $69bn (£56bn) acquisition of Activision Blizzard has been approved by Britain’s competition regulator after an earlier decision to block the deal was overturned. The Competition and Markets Authority said it would approve the merger after Microsoft removed the Call of Duty maker’s cloud streaming rights from its plans.
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