The'churches' (aka Anglicanism and other unchristian groups) are telling the BBC that it is immoral for not featuring an ad trying to raise cash for the suffering people of Gaza.
The churches are playing silly fools in this, and the BBC is being two-faced.
The churches refuse to acknowledge that the real problem is that Palestine as a country teaches all its people to hate Israel, and to loathe the West. Its terrorists are home-grown and arise out of the very communities that are now being bombed by Israel. The communities that are now suffering support and hide the terrorists, because they think they are heroes. The terrorists use homes, hospitals - and even the UN premises, as a base from which to send rockets to Israel. Israel is merely defending itself. So, if the people support the terrorists and they are then killed, whose fault is it?
As for the BBC, I laugh in scorn at their feigned righteousness!
They claim they will not air the ads because this might their 'impartiality'. What partiality? It is right that no TV or radio or other media should publicise the 'plight' of the people of Gaza, unless they also show the truth - that Israel did not start the fight and that terrorists are always given praise; that the people of Gaza are dying because their own brothers and sisters are lobbing bombs at Israel and they refuse to stop it; and that the UN hates Israel with such venom, it allows all Muslim members to castigate and defame Israel.
The church should stay out of it! They make matters worse.
And if the BBC really was 'impartial' it would not publicise and promote homosexuality, would not include homosexual hints on Dr Who, pay so many homosexuals to be on its staff to decide programming and news bias against Christians, or pay inordinate amounts to moronic presenters such as Mr Ross to spew lewdness and filth on a radio channel paid for by the public.
BBC impartial? Yeah - right.