Did the BBC cut ‘Allah’ and ‘Koran’ references from an interview with a nursery boss after ‘three Asian girls’ stabbed her female staff member?

The BBC has been accused of censorship after Twitter uses suggested references to ‘Allah’ and the ‘Koran’ were edited out of a TV interview.

Karrien Stevens, who runs Little Diamonds Nursery in Hermon Hill, London said yesterday that a member of her staff was punched, kicked and slashed with a ‘Stanley knife’ by three ‘Asian women’ chanting about ‘Allah’ and the ‘Koran’.

The televised interview, which was shared on Twitter, shows a cut at 17 seconds – the point where users suggested Ms Stevens would have gone on to make her comments about Islam.

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  • mobuyus

    Ok so now it doesn’t have anything to do with islam and it’s muslims? That was easy.

  • WalterBannon

    The lying BBC lying?

    I’m shocked.