Her article is headed "Support for Israeli soldier who aimed gun at teen".
The admirable Hadar Sela, of BBC Watch, has the item's measure, describing it (in a must-see post that includes the details) as "yet another inaccurate item from BBC Trending":
"The article relates to a story which broke last week concerning an incident which took place near Beit Hadassa in Hebron. At least four Palestinian activists – not two as Hebblethwaite claims in her piece – from the opaquely funded organization 'Youth Against Settlements' approached a soldier with the clear intention to provoke a reaction. Two of them were filming the pre-planned provocation and the video was later uploaded to the internet.David HaNahlawi story BBC Trending
Later mistaken reports stated that the soldier had been removed from his brigade as a result of the incident, sparking a wave of expressions of support from fellow soldiers and others, not – as Hebblethwaite disingenuously claims – praising the soldier for aiming his gun at the youths, but expressing identification with a soldier targeted by the agitprop of a group of organized provocateurs who, as Hebblethwaite herself reports, were aiming to create an incident designed "to "shame and embarrass" the Israeli military".
Not content with misrepresenting the story to BBC audiences herself, Hebblethwaite also amplifies the messaging of 'Youth Against Settlements' coordinator Issa Amro but refrains from providing BBC audiences with details of the full range of Amro's activities, his International Solidarity Movement links (apparently including financial arrangements) and his organisation's connections - all of which are necessary to view his statements in their appropriate political perspective.
Apparently BBC Trending needs reminding that it is not the task of an organization supposedly committed to editorial standards of accuracy and impartiality to provide free publicity and amplification of agitprop for anti-Israel political organisations often involved in violence."An agitprop which, needless to say, includes the spread of Israel-demonising comments like Sizer's on social media.
See Hadar Sela's entire piece here