BBC Fires Employee Who Posted Antisemitic Comments

By Hamodia Staff

The British Broadcasting Company (BBC), the public service media company of England, announced that they have fired Dawn Queva, an employee who posted antisemitic comments on her social media accounts.

The employee, who worked as the senior scheduling coordinator for BBC Three, posted numerous comments on a social media account, which have since been deleted, which were deemed to be extremely antisemitic and bigoted.

The BBC confirmed on Sunday that Queva was no longer working at BBC after they were made aware last week of her posts.

The corporation “does not tolerate anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, or any form of abuse, and we take any such allegations seriously” the BBC wrote, and it takes “appropriate disciplinary action wherever necessary”.

“With regard to staff, their welfare is always paramount and we have well-established and robust processes in place to handle any issues, concerns or complaints raised with us, along with a range of support available to anyone who may need it,” the BBC said.

Arutz Sheva reported that Queva posted on an account under the name of Dawn Las Quevas-Allen, which Deadline magazine has confirmed as her account, in which she called Jewish people “Nazi apartheid parasites” who funded a “holohoax,” claiming it was funded by the Rothschilds.

In another post, she wrote, “The Zionist genocidal land squatting so-called Jew’ irrespective of the fact that The UKKK and Amerikkka gave away land they had no god given right to a people who have no god given right to.”

The BBC has come under scrutiny for its coverage of the Hamas massacre of October 7 and the subsequent war between Israel and Hamas terrorists.

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