Did the BBC use a Nour Al Din Zinki supporter as researcher for Mayday series?

Abd AlKader Habak was a researcher on the BBC series Mayday, produced by Chloe Hadjimatheou. While western audiences were swamped by images of him supposedly saving a child from the Rashideen massacre in April 2017, survivor testimonies that I gathered placed him prior to the planned suicide attack, chatting amicably with the armed groups led by Nusra Front or Al Qaeda in Syria.

A Syrian patriot challenges Saudi media journalist. Beautiful.

Saudi Orient TV journalist interviews a Syrian expatriate. Orient has been a 10 year PR agency for some of the most brutal terrorist groups occupying Syrian territory, financed by the US Coalition of regime change. This brave Syrian patriot refuses to abandon his principles and love of his President – representing the views of many of the diaspora Syrian communities driven from their country by an externally fomented war.

Corbett Report interview – The BBC prepares another attack on independent journalists.

“Vanessa Beeley joins the program to discuss the BBC’s forthcoming hit piece on journalists like herself who dare call out the White Helmets as a foreign-founded, foreign-funded, terrorist-embedded propaganda construct. We discuss Beeley’s reporting on Syria that clearly gives the lie to the White Helmets’ humanitarian cover and the clear signs that the BBC is set to launch a new smear campaign against independent journalists.”

Vanessa Beeley Attacked For Revealing Truth About Syria – Graham Elwood

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President Bashar al-Assad’s Interview with Russian Zvezda TV Station

The West will not change in the foreseeable future. And also, because the intellectual war is more difficult than a military war and it takes longer to rehabilitate and equip new generations with the right kind of thinking: with non-extremist thought, non-fanatic thought, with open-mindedness. Just as this terrorist ideology has been developed since the 1960s; it took 50 years to reach the stage we are at. It does not appear and spread throughout the world overnight. Hundreds of billions have been spent to establish it and the West has been supporting it since the days of British rule, even before the American presence. They have supported religious extremism since the beginning of the 20th century; so, fighting it needs time.

Nabel Alabdalla – “History will not be erased by a fanatic and war criminal”

The following is a statement from the commander of the National Defence Forces in the Syrian Christian city of Al Sqeilbiyyeh, Nabel Alabdalla. Nabel is planning to build a symbolic version of Hagia Sophia in his city on the land that he and his soldiers have defended for 10 years against the terrorist gangs dominated by Al Qaeda and sponsored by the US Coalition, including Turkey (a NATO member state)