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From Al Gore to Al Jazeera

Pavlicek Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 2:07 PM
Not only has Gore sold out his purportedly "green" principles, he's also sold out his country by giving our enemies a media foothold in the U.S. His hissy fit about losing the presidential election continues. Hope you enjoy the money, Al.
GK0 Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 10:42 AM
What about your precious Fox News? It's been partially owned by a Muslim (Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal) for a long time. Where's your outrage at them? Did you think Al Jazeera was the FIRST to step into US media? LOL.
Flubadub Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 8:18 AM
A radical or even a not so radical Islamic would still slit his throat as to look at him. That may be their first show, how to kill an infidel and become a martyr. And yes Al, you are still an infidel and you have moved up on their list because you are an infidel with their money. Good luck collecting because a high honor for them is lying to infidels.

A few years back I was interviewed about some development in the Middle East by a reporter from Al Arabiya, the Saudi-owned television news channel. Afterwards, we sat for a while and talked journalism. He mentioned that he had previously worked for Al Jazeera. I asked why he had left. “Too many Islamists,” he said. “They made me uncomfortable.”

It’s bizarre: We used to know a lot about Al Jazeera. At what point did amnesia set in? The station was launched in November 1996. Two months after al-Qaeda’s attacks on New York and Washington, Fouad Ajami, the Lebanese-born American scholar,