Â The BBC’s own regulations state that they are legally obliged to report any information relating to terrorism:
The Terrorism Act 2000
We have a legal obligation under the Terrorism Act 2000 to disclose to the police, as soon as reasonably practicable, any information which we know or believe might be of material assistance in:
preventing the commission of an act of terrorism anywhere in the world.
securing the apprehension, prosecution or conviction of a person in the UK, for an offence involving the commission, preparation or instigation of an act of terrorism.
It is a criminal offence not to disclose such information, punishable by up to 5 years in prison. Any situation where BBC staff may be in potential breach of the Terrorism Act must be referred to Controller Editorial Policy and Programme Legal Advice.
A BBC producer failed to give police information that would have helped track down the July 21 bombers, the trial was told.
Don’t Panic, I’m Islamic, which featured the group paintballing and an interview with Mohammed Hamid, was shown on BBC2 on June 12, 2005.
Nasreen Suleaman, the producer, told the court that Hamid said he would use his Â£300 fee to settle the fine he had been given by magistrates for racially abusing two policemen at his Oxford Street stall.
Called as a defence witness, Miss Suleaman admitted that she had spoken to Hamid in the days following the July 21 attacks and found out he knew the wanted men.
She said she thought he was scared the fugitives might try to call him but did not contact the police because she felt under “no obligation” to do so.
In another report, on the July 7 bomber Mohammed Sidique Khan, Nareen Suleaman frets:
If he, with all his trappings of Western culture, is capable of this, how can we prevent it happening again?
And, most uncomfortably for those of Muslim origin like myself, does it encourage our non-Muslim neighbours to look on us all with suspicion?
I suspect Suleaman has conflicts that may interfere with her reporting – and her duty to non-Muslim Britons.
On the other hand, Anything That Offends My Sense of Reason points out:
Such was the involvement between Suleaman, the BBC and Hamid & Co., that Suleaman was called to give evidence during Hamid’s trial. The Times reported:
Ms Suleaman told the court that Mr Hamid was keen to appear in the programme. She said: “He was so up for it. We took the decision that paintballing would be a fun way of introducing him.
“There are many, many British Muslims that I know who for the past 15 or 20 years have been going paintballing. It’s a harmless enough activity. I don’t think there is any suggestion, or ever has been, that it’s a terrorist training activity.”
[Yet] on 17th November 2005 Ms Suleaman claimed in her Radio 4 ‘documentary’ [Biography of a Bomber] that paintballing is “for some, a guerilla warfare like activity”. Yet two years later she is happy to state, under oath, that paintballing is “harmless”, “fun” and not “terrorist training activity”, which smacks a little of disingenuousness at the very least, if not perjury.
* Comment: Its called INFILTRATION and Sulayman is an INFIL-TRAITOR.
Al BeBeeCeera is full of infil-traitors, but so is CNN. Even in the Pentagon you have infil-traitors, as you can see hereÂ
She is part of the fifth column, the Trojan horse of the ummah Islamiyah, behind enemy lines, who aids and abets the global jihad.