I try my best to stay cool,but Mr Salih
really tested my patience.
I very nearly ended the interview at one point, but I am glad I didn't, as I think that would have been a victory for him.
I hope I challenged him in a reasonably polite way and exposed him for what he
A clueless, anti-Israel bigot.
As usual with all potential demagogues, he
spent most of the time trying to put words in my mouth an attribute to me views I do not hold.
I'd like to think he
own grave, but what an interviewer must accept is that what one listener will hear is very different from what another hears.
The confrontation with Roshan Salih
starts after 6 mins 45 secs.
Mr Salih is a former News Editor at Press TV.
Who'd have thought.
My producer told me afterwards he
was very keen that I didn't mention the fact.
is clearly anti-Zionist ... it does not make him a bigot....neither does it make him anti-Jewish.
is against the state of Israel, and those who are pro-Israeli/zionist.
To deny Jews the right to a State is antisemitic, as are other things Salih
See EUMC and Sharansky definitions of antisemitism.
Iain - I think if people like Mr Salih
had their way, you and other homosexuals would be hanging from the lamp post as apparently you're sexuality is an affront to allah!
Tolerant societies don't need to tolerate intolerant facists like mr Salih