Posts Tagged “al-Jazeera”

Expulsion at NYSE: Are we trading in hatred?

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Expulsion at NYSE: Are we trading in hatred?

Expulsion at NYSE: Are we trading in hatred? The New York Stock Exchange expels a journalist because he is Arab and because he works for the AlJazeera Network in 2003. It’s an example of the racist, anti-Arab sentiment that flourished in the years after the terrorist attacks that took place on Sept. 11, 2001. By…

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Al-Jazeera abandoned commitment to fairness, coddles extremists

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Al-Jazeera abandoned commitment to fairness, coddles extremists

Al-Jazeera abandoned commitment to fairness, coddles extremists In their confrontation with Qatar, the Gulf Cooperation Council has demanded that Al-Jazeera close its doors. That may sound tough and extreme to some given its many years of battling racism and discrimination in America. But in recent years, Al-Jazeera’s has made a steady downward slide away from…

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Why Aljazeera?

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Why Aljazeera? By Ali Younes — The closure of Al Jazeera offices in Morocco last week was not a surprising act by the Moroccan government given that most Arab countries treat the media, especially Al Jazeera, and the freedom of the press as a threat to their monopoly on dissemination of information. Al Jazeera has…

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HANANIA: Analysis — al-Jazeera continues to stir up passions, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, AUG 13, 2008

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Al-Jazeera continues to stir up passions By Ray Hanania — The Arab World Satellite network al-Jazeera has reportedly been given media access to the Republican and Democratic conventions and many mainstream journalists see it as a big story. It’s only a big story because the mainstream American media is the most unprofessional, most biased and…

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