For anyone who read yesterday's post about the Muslim selfie-taker at the 'far-right' rally in Belgium - and 'freelance' reporter Anisa Subedar's part in writing it for BBC Trending - you might be interested (and pleased) to learn that BBC Trending has now posted something about the claims of anti-Semitic social media comments from the Muslim selfie-taker.
And the BBC Trending headline is pretty explicit too (no ifs, no buts):"It's a story with a not so pleasant postscript", says the anonymous BBC Trending writer. (Anisa? Not Anisa? - Update: I see she's tweeted about it, so it may very well be her own piece.)
The article mentions that BBC Trending reported the 'positive' take on the story and then says:
However, since then a series of deeply disturbing anti-Semitic statements made by Ms Belkhiri on social media have come to light.
Trending has approached Ms Belkhiri again for comment but at time of writing has yet to receive a response.
All credit to them for that.
And all credit too to all the sites and tweeters who raised concerns about this and achieved this result.