[UPDATE] It looks like the BBC listened. My thanks to the editors who took the time to investigate. They've finally addressed the issue and changed the page to show the same respect to all mentioned 'prophets,' not just the prophet of Islam. Now, if we could only show them the fallacy of an "unbiased" news source sending blessings to Muhammad. They call it a "courtesy". I call it submission...
Are all prophets equal?
Let's find out. We'll start on the BBC's "Religion & Ethics" page. (Lol, did they say 'ethics'?) This is what you'll see:
Thank you for your email pointing out an inconsistency across our site
in the way we capitalise the title 'Prophet'. Balance and fairness are
very important to us and if you are able to provide us with examples of
sections or articles where this occurs we will address the issue as
quickly as possible on the website.
For a full explanation of the reasoning behind the use of the phrase
'peace be upon him' within the Islam section, please visit this page:
Any complaints about issues in other areas of the BBC output may be
With best wishes
Religion Online team