Got this reply from the BBC regarding my complaint that they used a backdrop of the Dome of the Rock for a purely Israeli political story:
I was sorry to learn you feel it was inappropriate to use a shot of the Dome of the Rock as a backdrop during reports from Jerusalem.
We are well aware of the controversy surrounding this area. In the past we have regularly reported on it and pointed out that Israel has occupied East Jerusalem since 1967. It annexed the area in 1981 and sees it as its exclusive domain. Under international law the area is considered to be occupied territory. We were not attempting to make any kind of political point with the backdrop. Quite simply Richard Miron was reporting from the area and this was simply used a backdrop to where he was reporting from.
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I'll leave it to you to judge whether it's an adequete response to the original points:
Your report at 9.08pm on 15 October about Israeli President Moshe Katsav's rape charges had your correspondent speaking from a Jerusalem studio.
The backdrop to this studio was the Dome of the Rock. I'm sure the BBC is aware that this is in territory illegally occupied by Israel in 1967. As such, it should have no part to play in a story about Israel, any more than someone reporting about Westminster politics should be sitting outside the Notre Dame in Paris. I'm sure you'll understand that in the Israel-Palestinian context this is far more sensitive.
I would like assurances that this will not be happen again in future.