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Analysis: When CNN and BBC wet their pants on ‘truths’

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NEUTRALITY is a contentious issue in journalism, but honesty is the real measure.

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Octavia Nasr’s firing and what U.S. liberal media allows

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CNN yesterday ended the 20-year career of its Senior Middle East News Editor, Lebanese-American Octavia Nasr, because of a tweet she wrote

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Syria jails a 79 year old activist for 3 years

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A Syrian military court today sentenced a 79-year-old lawyer and human rights activist, who campaigned for decades for an end

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3 men arrested for slandering Suleiman freed on bail

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The three Lebanese men that were arrested for slandering President Michel Suleiman on the social networking website Facebook were released

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Freedom and Hypocracy

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By Ghassan Karam

I have to ask the readers of this space to be patient with this post. It appears that very few people have had access to the “offending” short article that has created the ire of president Suleiman.

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MP Kanaan demands the release of the 3 Lebanese

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FPM MP Ibrahim Kanaan told LBCI Tuesday that the arrest of the Lebanese for defaming President Michel Suleiman on Facebook

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3 arrested over Facebook slander of Lebanon president

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Lebanon arrested on Monday three people who allegedly used the social networking website Facebook to slander President Michel Sleiman, a

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Hezbollah MP salutes Helen Thomas’ courage

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Hezbollah MP Hussein Moussawi on Wednesday saluted veteran U.S. reporter Helen Thomas’ “courage” for her comments against Israel, which sparked

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Helen Thomas has no right to ‘free speech’

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Anyone in America can belittle the Arabs and abuse the Mulsims but when the The Lebanese-American journalist Helen Thomas says anything, everyone forgets the “right to free speech”.

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