BBC Bonekickers drama blasted for showing images of a Muslim being beheaded
A BBC drama has triggered a barrage of complaints after it showed gruesome images of a Muslim being beheaded.
Bonekickers, about a group of archeological sleuths, depicted an extremist Christian decapitating a man with a sword.
The bloody scene has prompted 100 complaints since it was broadcast on BBC1 on Tuesday evening.
The BBC drama Bonekickers has upset many viewers after showing a mulim beheaded by an extremist Christian
Yesterday the corporation admitted 'regret' that viewers had found the scene 'inappropriate', but defended its decision to show it.
Some viewers were taken aback when former EastEnders actor Paul Nicholls was seen in the drama hacking off a moderate Muslim's head in an unprovoked attack.
He plays a member of the fictional White Wings Alliance, a group of far-Right evangelical Christians inspired by the Crusades.
The show, watched 6.8million, also sparked new claims of anti-Christian bias in BBC programmes.
One viewer wrote on the corporation's website: 'If it had been another religion portrayed in that manner, the PC police would have been up in arms about the nastiness and their rights not to have their religion ridiculed - as it was Christians, it was apparently OK.'
H/T Weasel Zipper's post on his new United Kaliphate Watch.
In the bizzaro world of Britian today - Christians are viewed as the radicals hacking off poor innocent Muslims. BBC follows a special set of rules - always portray Muslims as victims and Christians as aggressive murderous lunatics. What exactly are they trying to achieve? I would say that the only groups who fall for that kind of crap are radical Muslims or radical lefty multi-culturistas.