Sign the Alan Johnston petition

The BBC have an online petition to free Alan Johnston. It states:

“We, the undersigned, demand the immediate release of BBC Gaza correspondent Alan Johnston. We ask that everyone with influence on this situation increase their efforts to ensure that Alan is freed quickly and unharmed.”

Sign it here.

One Response to Sign the Alan Johnston petition

  1. Sergio says:

    Let’s hope they did not kill him. I pray for him to return safe to his family, and my thoughts are with him and his family.
    However, you are now experiencing the results of your own actions. You condemned the Israeli forces for attacking Al-Manar which is far from being what is called in the modern world “Media”. Al-Manar is not better than the vessels used by Hitler and the nazis during WWII to convey their message through lies, partial true, etc. Now, the same kind of people you were supporting (firends of Iran such as Hizbollah and Al-Qaeda groups) are serving you the “main course” of the meal you have been cooking with your pro-Iran’s stand – kidnapping and deliberately murdering (let’s hope they didn’t) a journalist from the BBC, which can not be classified as “pro-israeli”. So, what do you learn from this? Absolutley nothing. Why? Because you still leave in the “Commonwealth Empire” mentality, and think you know better than the natives what is best for them. This is why you dare criticizing attacks to anti-Western propaganda organizations such as Al-Manar, this is why you join boycott campaigns intended to demonize Israel, and this is why your poor guy in gaza may have to pay the price of your lack of integrity and vision.

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