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Originally posted by stumason
Democracy in action................................
Bush must be going green of envy with this
Iraqi Interior Minister Falah al-Naqib said the closure was intended to give the station "a chance to readjust their policy against Iraq."
[Al-Jazeera's Ballout]... said the closure inhibits the "right of the Arab people around the world to see a comprehensive picture about what's going on in an important region like Iraq."
Originally posted by Relentless
I wonder how much less effective would all these kidnappings and killings be if the media refused to accept the terrorist submissions. Allowing them coverage encourages more as far as I'm concerned.
Originally posted by marg6043
This not fair I know Al-Jazeera is bias and sensationalist, but they are the ones that can show what its really happening in Iraq.
Originally posted by Quicksilver
Its like the bbc comming into america. They really dont have teh same rights as domestic news agencies.