EXPOSED: Corbyn Tells Iranian TV That BBC Is Bias In Favour Of Israel's Right To Exist

SHOCKING video from 2011 has emerged of Jeremy Corbyn telling Iranian TV that the BBC is biased “towards Israel having a right to exist”, TBG can sensationally reveal.

This morning it’s reignited the anti-Semitism row after the Labour leader's refused to apologise for abuse of Jewish people by his own party activists.

In the interview with Tehran-backed channel Press TV, which has since been banned from operating in the UK, Mr Corbyn attacks the British broadcaster's coverage of issues in the Middle East.

He also claims that the then BBV director general Mark Thompson had “an agenda.”

Mr Corbyn is also quoted as saying “I think there is a bias [in the BBC] towards saying that Israel has a democracy in the Middle East, that Israel has a right to exist, and that Israel has its security concerns.”

“There seems to be a great deal of pressure on the BBC from the Israeli government and the Israeli embassy and they are very assertive towards all journalists,”

“They challenge every single thing on reporting the whole time.”