Added on 14/06/2013
Editor, MEP Al Jazeera , James Dorsey , Middle East
Millions of Iranians are going to the polls this Friday to elect a new president. This is a critical moment for Iran, which is increasingly isolated from the West, dealing with rising unemployment and several international sanctions.
VIDEO: Millions of Iranians are going to the polls this Friday to elect a new president. This is a critical moment for Iran, which is increasingly isolated from the West, dealing with rising unemployment and several international sanctions.
Added on 22/04/2012
James M. Dorsey Al Jazeera , Doha , Mohammed Abdul Wahhab , Qatar , Qatar 2022
JAMES M. DORSEY: The authorities in Qatar have a difficult task engaging with the world while keeping certain domestic parties happy
Added on 29/12/2011
Syria News Wire Al Jazeera , Ammar Abdulhamid , Assad , Bahrain , Damascus , Democracy , Human Rights Watch , Saudi Arabia , Social Media , Syria , Syrian National Council , Syrian Observatory , The Guardian , The New York Times
NEWS FROM SYRIA: The former Chairman of the Syria Computer Society, a certain Bashar Assad, had a lot of support from the blogosphere in his first decade. Not any more.
Added on 01/09/2011
Common Ground News Service Al Jazeera , Al-Aqsa , BBC , Birzeit University , Civil society , Common Ground News Service , Fatah , Gaza , government services , Hamas , Israel , Journalism , Ma’an , Palestine , Palestine Liberation Organisation , Palestinian Territories , Qatar , Ramallah , Saudi Arabia , United Kingdom , West Bank
NIDA TUMA, CGNEWS: With the attention of all the major news organisations fixed on the ‘Arab Spring’ revolutions, Palestine has dropped down the news agenda. Ma’an TV is set to address this issue.
Added on 31/08/2011
Syria News Wire Al Jazeera , Doha , Facebook , Journalism , London , Skype , Twitter , United Kingdom , United States
SYRIA NEWS WIRE: Al Jazeera recently launched ‘The Stream’ designed to bring the ‘holy grail’ of convergence to a worldwide audience. Have they succeeded?
Added on 06/03/2011
Mondoweiss Al Jazeera , America , Bush , China , Civil society , Egypt , Europe , First Lady , Free media , Hillary Clinton , Israel , Libya , Mainstream media , Michelle Obama , Middle East , news network , Palestinian Territories , President , Reporting , Secretary of State , United States
ISSA KHALAF, MONDOWEISS: Satellite and cable owners refuse to carry Al Jazeera for something other than the false explanation of competition, and that is fear of “real news” about Israel.
Added on 24/02/2011
Steve Royston Al Jazeera , Al Qaeda , Bahrain , BBC , Censorship , CNN , Colonel , Egypt , Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood , Gaddafi , Iran , Iranian intelligence , Iraq , Kuwait , Middle East , Muslim Brotherhood , Osama Bin Laden , Qatar , Rupert Murdoch , Satellite channels , Saudi Arabia , Spain , Suez , Suez Canal , Syria , Tunisia , United Kingdom , United States
STEVE ROYSTON: At one time or another, Al Jazeera has made enemies of Bahrain, Kuwait, the United States, the United Kingdom, Spain and Iraq, but is that just the price of reporting ‘the truth’?
Added on 14/02/2011
Crossroads Arabia Al Ahram , Al Jazeera , Cairo , Censorship , Editor-in-Chief , Egypt , Egyptian government , Foreign media , Hosni Mubarak , Journalist , Local media , Media , Ministry of Information , Satellite TV , Saudi Gazette , Tahrir Square , YouTube
CROSSROADS ARABIA: The passion for journalism remains, but today’s younger generation of aspiring journalists would be more picky as to where they would work…
Added on 16/01/2011
Bassam Sebti Al Jazeera , BBC America , CNN , Facebook , iPhone , Jeopardy , MBC , MSNBC , news networks , Reporting , Social Media , Texas , Tunisia , Twitter , U.S. America , United States
BASSAM SEBTI: Shame on CNN, MSNBC and Fox News for intentionally ignoring a gripping event that could directly affect U.S. foreign policy.
Added on 14/12/2010
David Roberts Al Jazeera , Bahrain , Censorship , Doha , Egypt , Emir , Kuwait , Kuwaiti Government , Qatar , Qatari Government , Riyadh , Saudi Arabia
DAVID ROBERTS: Once again Kuwaiti authorities have responded to perceived bias in Al Jazeera’s coverage of its political upheaval by closing its office.
Added on 03/10/2010
James Mullan Al Jazeera , Comedian , Fifa World Cup , Football , United Kingdom
Standing in the midst of a group of embarrassed Dutch supporters enduring the final I would have been glad of any interruption or diversion…