Posts Tagged “Al Jazeera”

Gulf Nations right in demanding Al-Jazeera be closed

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Gulf Nations right in demanding Al-Jazeera be closed

Gulf Nations right in demanding Al-Jazeera be closed In their confrontation with Qatar, the Gulf Cooperation Council has demanded that Al-Jazeera close its doors. That may sound tough and extreme to some given its many years of battling racism and discrimination in America. But in recent years, Al-Jazeera’s has made a steady downward slide away…

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Al Jazeera: Palestinians debate impact of Diaspora efforts

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Al Jazeera: Palestinians debate impact of Diaspora efforts

Al Jazeera: Palestinians debate impact of Diaspora efforts Veteran Arab American journalist Ali Younes explores the challenges facing the Palestinian Diaspora in his most recent feature on the recent gathering of Palestinian activists in Istanbul. Click here to read the Al Jazeera Feature. Ali Younes, an award winning professional journalist who has traveled throughout the Middle…

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Al Jazeera English offers new access in US

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Al Jazeera English offers new access in US

Al Jazeera Media Network announced that it has resumed making Al Jazeera English, its multi-award winning news and current affairs channel, available free to U.S. audiences through Aljazeera.com and across a range of digital platforms.  Dr. Mostefa Souag, Al Jazeera’s Acting Director General said, “Al Jazeera’s mission is to provide an unfiltered perspective on the…

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The Tabboun: Israeli human rights violations hit

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The Tabboun: Israeli human rights violations hit

Israeli human rights violations slammed by Cairo Institute and array of civil rights group The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies in collaboration with seven Palestinian human rights organizations; Al-Haq, and Badil Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights, the Community Action Center – Al Quds University, Society of St. Yves – Catholic Center for Human…

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Yoga Day and Yoga as a Discipline

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Yoga Day and Yoga as a Discipline

Millions unite on 2nd International Yoga Day By Eileen Fleming India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s brainchild inspired the United Nations to establish June 21 as International Yoga Day, which united millions on Tuesday On the 2nd International Yoga Day, Prime Minister Modi led 30,000 people in a 45-minute yoga session at the Capitol Complex in…

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Al Jazeera protests Egyptian death sentences

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Al Jazeera protests Egyptian death sentences

Egypt’s military dictatorship, which has the backing of President Obama and the American political establishment, has condemned six individuals including at least three reporters to death in absentia. The accused have been charged with providing state secrets to the Arab Government of Qatar, which is the home to Al Jazeera which employees two of the…

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