Middle East Matters This Week: Algeria's Hostage Drama, Syrian...
Riot police stand guard outside the French Embassy in Tunis on January 18, 2012, following the hostage-taking by Islamist militants in eastern Algeria .
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#1 Jan 19, 2013
The implications the article makes is neither relevant or influential, events have overshadowed the significance of jingoistic propaganda.
The patron this article represents has totally switched sides, how can the reptile reporter keep up. Being cold blooded they have to lie in the sun naked for half the day so they can write their garbage at night.
This article mentions the Aleppo University bombing asserting the terrorist scum were
making accusations about it. Nothing could be further from the truth except the pretense the article portrays about the drama of the Algerian hostage crisis.
Johannesburg, South Africa
#2 Jan 19, 2013
Journalists should know when they put pen on paper that they are not writting for zombies,articles about syria have frightening propaganda,blaming the government for crimes committed by the islamists is pure malice,no wonder why despite all the support the rebels are getting from the west they are not making much progress.
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