Arab Radio: Challenging biased news media & social media
Award winning columnist and radio talk show host Ray Hanania continues his war on news media and social media bias in this episode broadcast live on Friday Jan. 15, 2021 on WNZK AM 690 Radio in the Detroit region and despite censorship on most social media platforms hosted by the US Arab Radio Network.
Social media like Twitter and Facebook and even Google have engaged in a racist discriminatory policy against Arabs and Muslims who express their views, “throttling” and “shadow banning” their programs and writings.
In this one hour radio show, Hanania discusses how social media like Twitter “throttles” users it dislikes either because of racism from Twitter’s staff and head office or because of partisan political censorship.
Hanania also discusses the hypocrisy of how the media covered the Black Lives Matter protests and looting, which lasted nearly 100 days from May 25 through August 27, versus the coverage the media gave to the pro-Trump DC protests and looting of the capitol building.
For more information on Ray Hanania’s columns, podcasts and radio shows visit www.Hanania.com.
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