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Butt's involvement is hugely embarrassing for police and the security services because he appeared in a TV documentary last year about British jihadis – and was also involved in a filmed altercation with police after he unfurled an ISIS flag in Regent's Park.
“It may be better to talk about an apparent act of terror or terrorism than label individuals or a group.” When reporting an attack, the BBC guidelines say it should use words which specifically describe the perpetrator such as “bomber”, “attacker”, “gunman”, “kidnapper” or “militant”.
BBC Arabic, part of the World Service, which is now funded by licence-fee payers, broadcasts radio, online and a 24-hour news channel, throughout the Middle East.
That’s much more revealing, we believe, than using a word like terrorist which people will see as value-laden.” Of the Paris case, Mr Kafala said: “We avoid the word terrorists.
It’s a terrorist attack, anti-terrorist police are deployed on the streets of Paris.