Concluding, he said: "If they cannot prove this point about human shields, the pressure for a ceasefire is going to increase."
Daniel Sugarman, Director of Public Affairs for the Board of Deputies of British Jews, has condemned the BBC's reporting.
Writing on social media, he said: "Ah, I see the BBC has reached the 'maybe the pile of Kalashnikovs in the Gazan hospital actually belonged to the hospital security team' stage of their Israel reporting."
Member of the House of Lords, Kate Hoey said: "It does seem [as] if even the great Jeremy Bowen has firmly established himself as a supporter of those who oppose Israel taking out Hamas."
During the debate, the BBC defended their decision to avoid calling Hamas 'terrorists' PA
Others also took to social media to criticise the report.
One social media user wrote: "The constant delegitimisation of evidence produced by Israel, in contrast to the report that 'a man in the hospital said Israel was shooting people in the hospital at random' going unchallenged in the previous report, is quite frankly, appalling journalism."
Another implied the BBC's reputation "will never recover from this war", adding that their reporting was "Hamas apologism".