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    • Walid
    • 26.07.07 | 00:01 (IDT)

    Lynn, I told you 5 months ago that the publication Ya Lubnan is a pro-government, pro-US, pro-Israeli publication so it stands to reason that anything you read there will be anti-Hizbullah. By the same token, if you were to read Ad-Dyar, this is an anti government, anti US and anti-Israel publication and there you will not find anything bad written about Hizbulla and conversely, nothing good about the government. You had asked me for a neutral one back then and I told you that the only excellent paper we had was An Nahar but it has sided with the government now but is still a little more discrete about its position than the others. By the way, the Mufti is not a Shia head but a Sunni that is pro-government and anti Hizbulla, hence the bad press about Hizbulla. Only Jazeera has no interest in siding with anybody here.

    from the article: Free Assad
    First published 00:00 25.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.07.07
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