It's now Saturday morning, 29 May, the Gaza aid flotilla - follow its progress here - has encountered dark restrictions from the Cypriot authorities, there's been an intensification of threats from Israel - notably Avigdor Lieberman - to attack the boats and the situation has become increasingly tense as international statements of support for the convoy build and the activists vow to break the siege in order to deliver their valuable cargo.
And guess what? There's still not a word on the issue and all these crucial developments from the BBC.
Despite rolling reports now from other international media like Al Jazeera, the New York Times, Reuters, AFP, the Guardian, Independent, Irish Times and Haaretz, the BBC's News Online page remains completely silent on this major story.
Isn't it astonishing disgrace? Leaving aside the blatant bias by selective omission, what does this say about the standing of the BBC as a principal news dispensing body?
My complaint letter, yesterday, to BBC Online also remains unanswered.
Did we ever need any more proof of the BBC's 'journalistic' and editorial complicity in Palestinian suffering?
Today, people will visit our Palestine human rights stall. And we'll tell them about the flotilla and all these mendacious efforts to stop it. And they will be appalled and saddened. And they'll probably say, "but we didn't hear anything about all this on the news." And they might well ask, "why wasn't it reported by the BBC?"
Questions of vital importance for the BBC to answer. If only they had the self-inspecting honesty and journalistic integrity to do so.
* This statement of complaint has also been submitted to BBC Online.