Israel Has a 'Task', Iran Presents a 'Threat'
|BBC News - 27 February 2012||
On the BBC's 'How Israel might strike at Iran' page, defence corresspondent Johnathan Marcus reports on the options Israel might use to attack Iran, without noting that such an attack would be illegal, or that there is no proof of existence of nuclear weapons.
The BBC then gives one of their lists of military hardware used by both sides. Amazingly, one of the headers for each kind of Israeli plane is 'Task', while the equivalent header for Iran is 'Threat' (see image below).
Odd, given that the page is about an Israeli threat towards Iran.
Table headers for Israel: "Aircraft, Details, Task"
Table headers for Iran: "Type, System, Threat"
Update 15:40 - BBC News have now changed the word 'threat' to 'efficacy' on this page.
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|1. David Cromwell||27 February 2012 16:20|
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