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The author comments on Khals Jalabi´s “The need for Gandhi in Palestine” and Ma´amoun Fandy´s “The Arabic media was defeated in Jenin.” Jalabi called Arabs for nonviolence and civil resistance in their conflict with Israel and Fandy criticized the Arabic media. The author said that...
The scenes of the national unity iftār [fast-breaking meal during the holy Muslim month of Ramadān] and the shaykh of the Azhar sitting next to the pope on official occasions no longer reflect the new reality.
In this issue, Rose al-Yousuf celebrates its 80th anniversary. Upon the invitation of the magazine, prominent Coptic thinker Dr. Mīlād Hannā writes how Rose al-Yousuf has led the debate over Coptic issues and problems.
Most media outlets in developing countries are directly affiliated with governments and functions as their mouthpieces. That is why media outlets [in developing countries] express only the attitudes and opinions of government officials. These outlets do not advocate the interests of the public,...
The state might look to media organizations that it owns - newspapers, radio, TV, etc.- as if they were its own propaganda instruments to justifies what it does and defend its actions. It is then that these organizations completely lose their independence and turn into pure ideological...
In December 1976, Mamdouh Salem, then Minister of Interior, issued a decision to cancel censorship on books and newspapers. This was one way President Sadat aimed at presenting himself as democratic. The editors and the managers of the newspapers were appointed by the president himself and thus...
According to the author there are two main types of journalism, responsible and irresponsible. One that cares about man and one that is only after money. Some well- known journalists give their views on the qualities required of a responsible editor in chief.
Academic article on the impact of the Coptic lobby outside Egypt, a relatively small group of people who use the latest communication technology to increase their voice.
The Jordan Press Association council on Tuesday postponed the execution of a recent decision to expel three journalists who visited Israel in September, a council member said.
A number of journalists from the Jordan Press Association’s general assembly are collecting signatures to pressure the JPA council to abide by its recent decision expelling three members who visited Israel in September, one journalist said.

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