Added on 20/12/2011
Bahrain , BBC , Christopher Hitchens , Darfur , Iraq , Media , Nick Kristof , police car , Reporting , Salmaniya Hospital , The New York Times , United States
STEVE ROYSTON: I can think of a couple of neighbouring countries where someone in his position would not be allowed into the country in the first place,
Added on 06/03/2011
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 16/01/2011
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 11/11/2010
Censorship , Privacy , Reporting , United Arab Emirates , YouTube
ALEXANDER MCNABB: One month in jail and deportation for filming an actual incident and posting it online may appear madly draconian, but the UAE (and the Gulf in general, actually) has always had a fraught relationship with photography…
Added on 04/11/2010
Abu Dhabi , Dubai , Gulf News , Journalism , Journalist , Lyndon Johnson , President , Reporting , The National , Tom Cruise , UAE newspapers , United Arab Emirates , United States
Gulf News deserves to be held to a higher standard than Gulf Today, though. And in this, it has failed. Its silence is nothing less than shameful – and its shame is clearly exposed by The National.