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Breaking the Law by Reading Ghassan Tueni
Founder of The Damascus History Foundation
Ghassan Tueni said things that we never dared to voice in the 1990s, long before the Syrian Revolt. He died this weekend in Beirut at the age of 86, and Arab journalism will never be the same without him.
Rachid Nini: Islam And the Case For Human Rights
Umar Akbar Ahmed
Attorney at Law, Washington, DC
The winds of change are blowing in the Middle East. People throughout the Muslim world want accountability, free press, democracy and jobs. But above all, they want basic human dignity.
Arab Broadcast Charter Stirs Hornets' Nest
Director of Media Unlimited in Lebanon
Lebanese broadcasters and Al Jazeera's officials were aghast when Arab governments adopted a satellite broadcasting charter meant to gag journalists' criticism of their unpopular governments.
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