Competition Needed for Al Jazeera

JanSuzanne Krasner
Vice President Al Gore's sellout of Current TV to Qatar's Al Jazeera is going to bring this Middle Eastern news giant into American homes, but it will be information 'nuanced' for the American public's consumption. This state owned network was the media of choice for Osama Bin Laden, and continues to be the resources for Hamas and Hezbollah. It seems that this single Middle Eastern offering for 40 million American cable subscribers needs some competition that will show Americans what Muslims in the Middle East (and maybe in a local mosque) are listening to without the 'nuances.' One suggestion is the MEMRI TV Project One, an organization that monitors over 100 Arabic and Farsi TV channels round the clock. Watch a recent 1:41 minute  video picked up by MEMRI that is truly an "eye-opener." It is embedded below. The speaker is the Egyptian Cleric Abu Islam as he appeared on February 13, 2013 on Egypt's Al-Omma TV in a "Swear to God the Almighty, I am not lying" speech on the...(Read Full Post)

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