Murdoch is an American.
For Murdoch, who became a U.S. citizen in 1985, ...
Al Gore has accepted dirty money. Where does Al think the government of Qatar gets it's money?
Even the Arabs don't trust Al Jazeera.
Al Jazeera bias in Arab world may not translate here
In 2004, interim Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi temporarily shut down Al Jazeera's broadcast in Iraq because he said it was inciting violence and racial hatred. In 2008, former ABC-TV "Nightline" reporter Dave Marash, brought on to anchor Al Jazeera English for American audiences, quit after two years and said the anti-American bias at the station was "reflexive."
"The agreement by Al Jazeera cable-television network to buy Current TV is not necessarily a plus for U.S. cable operators or their audiences," said Andrea Levin, president and executive director of CAMERA.
CAMERA said one of the network's most popular programs is "Shariah and Life," hosted by Sheik Yusuf al-Qaradawi, a former "spiritual guide" of the Muslim Brotherhood. Al-Qaradawi has called for conversion of Europe and North America to Islam and a Muslim-led genocide of Israel and the Jews, Levin said.
http://www.npr.org/2013/01/06/168724...ith-current-tvThe Qatar-based news agency Al-Jazeera recently took over Current TV, the cable channel founded by former Vice President Al Gore. The deal will make Al-Jazeera available in 40 million homes across the U.S. Host Rachel Martin talks with Al-Jazeera's executive producer for the Americas, Bob Wheelock, about what the acquisition means for the agency's future
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