Added on 16/08/2012
Assad , Assad government , BBC , Citizen Journalism , Damascus , Foreign media , Homs , Internet connection , John F Kennedy , Journalist , Latakia , Mobile Phones , President , Reporters Without Borders , smartphone , Social Media , Syria , Tal al-Mallouhi , Twitter , US Federal Reserve
MICH CAFE: With traditional media officially locked out of Syria since the start of the revolution there in March 2011, citizen journalism has taken over the mantle, at a great cost.
Added on 08/08/2012
Al Qaeda , Amira Hass , Ariel Sharon , Army , Avigdor Lieberman , Ben Gurion University , Benedict XVI , Benjamin Netanyahu , Bethlehem , central Israel , Christmas , Civil Administration , councillor , David Ben Gurion , Easter , Electricity , Ethiopia , first prime minister , Foreign media , Gaza , geographer , George W. Bush , Germany , God , Haifa , Haifa University , High Court , Housing Minister , Human Rights Association , Israel , Israeli army , Israeli government , Israeli parliament , Israeli police , Israel’s military , Jaffa , Jerusalem , Jesus , Jewish National Fund , Jews , Jordan , Journalist , Lebanon , London , Media coverage , military governor , Nazareth , Negev , Oslo , Palestinian Territories , President , Prime Minister , Rabbi , Rabin , Rubber bullets , Russia , Sea of Galilee , Security services , Shimon Gapso , Shin Bet , Somalia , Soviet Union , Syria , Tel Aviv , United Nations , United States , West Bank
JONATHAN COOK: … Expropriations would become a staple of life over the next three decades as more than 70 per cent of the land belonging to Palestinians was nationalized
Added on 09/10/2011
Al Qaeda , Ali Abdullah Saleh , Ellen Johnson Sirleaf , Foreign media , Islamic party , Liberia , President , social worker , Women , Women's issues , Yemen , Yemeni government
DANIEL M. VARISCO: The award of the Nobel to Tawwakul Karman represents many positive developments not least a shift in the view of Muslim women
Added on 09/05/2011
James M. Dorsey
Activist , Ali Abdullah Saleh , Bashar al-Assad , Beirut , Bin Laden , Censorship , Colonel , East Africa , Electricity , Facebook , Foreign media , Libya , Media , Media outlets , Mediterranean , Middle East , Moammar Qaddafi , North Africa , Osama Bin Laden , President , Syria , Syrian government , Syrian military , Tripoli , Twitter , Yemen
JAMES M. DORSEY: Embattled regimes have failed in their effort to choke off independent reporting to ensure that their version of events dominates the news.
Added on 17/04/2011
Mishaal Al Gergawi
Censorship , Dubai , Foreign media , Gulf News , Kuwait , Local media , Mishaal Al Gergawi , MSNBC , Official spokesperson , Omani government , PR , Public Relations , Social Media , Spy , United Arab Emirates
MISHAAL AL GERGAWI: Most government media arms have dug their boots in. That their positions may be correct is irrelevant. After all, how strong is a position that isn’t communicated?
Added on 17/03/2011
activist and journalist , Army , Bahrain , Bashar al-Assad , Damascus , Egypt , Foreign media , Hafez Al Assad , Israel , Libya , Ministry of Interior , Mobile Phones , Qaddafi , Syria , Tunisia , Twitter , Yemen
ZEINOBIA: Writer Belal Fadl was right when he said yesterday that no one can appreciate how brave those who participated in the protests are, save those who know Syria.
Added on 21/02/2011
Cairo , CNN , Debbie Schlussel , Egypt , Eid Al- Fitr , Facebook , First Lady , Foreign media , Hosni Mubarak , Journalist , Lara Logan , Muslim Brotherhood , Nir Rosen , Suzanne Mubarak , Tahrir Square , The New York Times
PARASTOU HASSOURI: Sexual Harassment, including the assault on Lara Logan, is a result of patriarchal attitudes coupled with stifled dialogue…
Added on 16/02/2011
Bahrain , BBC , Foreign media , Iran , Jordan , Manama
STEVE ROYSTON: The protesters of Bahrain are sailing with the winds of Tahrir behind them. The next few days will show where those winds take them.
Added on 14/02/2011
Rob L. Wagner
Abdullah Alami , Council of Ministers , Food and Drink , Foreign media , Jeddah , Journalist , policeman , Saudi Arabia , Shura Council , United Nations , Women's issues
ROB L. WAGNER – Go outside the major population centres in the Kingdom and you will find it common to see women drivers.
Added on 14/02/2011
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…