Long-time readers may have noticed that a familiar name appeared in recent written and audio reports concerning incidents in the Gaza Strip.
Gaza explosions: ‘Suicide bombers’ kill three police officers, BBC News website, August 28th 2019:
“The BBC’s Wyre Davies in Jerusalem says these rare attacks are embarrassing for Hamas and could be interpreted as a renewed effort by Salafist jihadists to confront the group.”
BBC Radio 4 ‘Six O’Clock News’ [from 22:13], August 28th 2019:
Newsreader: “The militant Palestinian group Hamas has carried out a wave of arrests of radical Islamists known as Salafists who, it suspects, have been behind two suicide bombings in Gaza. Three police officers were killed in the attacks on security checkpoints, which have been blamed on extremists with links to the Islamic State group. From Jerusalem, Wyre Davies reports.”
The background became evident the following day:
The context appears to be a vacancy advertised by the BBC as follows: