An investigation by Al Jazeera claims that Bangladesh made a deal with Israeli spytech firm Picsix through a middleman: ‘The technology is very aggressive and intrusive’
Police seize two computers, question journalists after report published on arrests of hundreds of undocumented migrants under guise of coronavirus regulations
The video claiming that the Holocaust was 'different from how the Jews tell it' was taken down after sparking widespread criticism. Media's Executive Director of Digital Division calls for mandatory bias training
Video posted to AJ+ Arabic's social media pages says Jews skewed Holocaust facts and statistics to get reparations from Germany, and that the establishment of Israel was derived from Nazi ideology
The American operatives worked for Project Raven, a secret Emirati intelligence program that spied on dissidents, militants and political opponents of the UAE monarchy
Though interesting, ‘The Lobby’ fails to ask the only important question: Why is the State of Israel, with its fabled intelligence services, begging a bunch of amateurs for intel?
'We Are Working on Foreign Soil and Have to Be Very Cautious': Shelved Al Jazeera Film Details Israel's ‘Covert War’ Against BDS in U.S.
Haaretz obtained Al Jazeera's four-part documentary about the Israel lobby, censored following pressure by Jewish-American groups on Qatar. This is what it shows
Qatari network Al Jazeera is providing the color and the harsh analysis that is roiling the Saudi royals
Funding Blacklists of U.S. Citizens, Playing D.C. Against Iran: Israeli Gov't Implicated by Shelved Al Jazeera Investigation
Haaretz obtained the Al Jazeera documentary on the Israel lobby, in which the Israeli Strategic Affairs Ministry director admits it serves as a liaison to Jewish right-wing organizations in the United States
Qatar-based Al-Jazeera reported Monday afternoon that journalist Wael Dhadouh was 'injured by live ammunition from Israeli forces'
U.S. Lawmakers Ask Justice Dept. to Declare Al Jazeera a Foreign Agent Amid 'Israel Lobby' Film Tensions
The legislators accuse the Qatar-owned network of airing anti-Semitic and anti-American content while giving 'favorable coverage' to terror groups
The Mort I used to know, sometimes a lone ideologically honest voice on the Jewish community's far right, said only a few years ago Qatar backed 'Nazi-like organizations that want to kill every Jew.' Now he's touring Doha and defending funders of terror. What happened?
In response to a Haaretz report, which quoted D.C. pro-Israel circles, Qatar's Foreign Minister says the emirate will not interfere with the broadcast
The Qataris told the Jewish leaders last year they won't air the film, but last week, pro-Israel groups received letters from Al Jazeera asking to respond ahead of its release
In response to a question from Haaretz about requests by U.S. Jewish leaders to change Al Jazeera's coverage of Israel, the Foreign Minister says Qatar's government 'should not interfere in the media'
The Zionist Organization of America leader denounced Qatar just last year, but flew to Doha this month at the Emir's invitation: 'I spoke truth to power about anti-Semitism,' he explains in an interview with Haaretz
Sources tell Haaretz that the undercover reporter was also in touch with employees of ten other organizations, as well as Israeli Embassy staff
A new documentary will 'reveal how the Israel lobby in America works,' says Al Jazeera's director of investigative reporting
Israeli PM’s own press office chief says he took issue with decision to disinvite Al Jazeera’s Jerusalem bureau chief from conference on Thursday
Government Press Office announces that Netanyahu orders legal steps be taken to deny press passes of all Al Jazeera journalists working in Israel
Elias Karram will keep his journalist ID now that security officials have argued against a revocation
The network’s effectiveness is measured by the extent that most Arab leaders, and now Israel too, detest and fear it. The channel created a new Arab dialogue that also produced the ideas of the Arab Spring
Israel’s decision to revoke Elias Karran’s press card is an assault on freedom of expression and on journalistic freedom
Despite the ministry's warning that moves against the network would clump Israel with countries like Cuba, Venezuela and Turkey, government moves to revoke journalist's credentials
Elias Karram said in TV interview last year that he sees his work as part of his contribution to Palestinian resistance to the occupation
Israel's claims are 'odd and biased,' says Al Jazeera, threatening legal action
Israel's communication minister said he requested revoking press credentials and taking Al Jazeera off the air – but the bodies in charge of doing so give no indication of complying
Communications minister says Qatar-based Al Jazeera 'supports terrorism and religious radicalization'
Qatari-based broadcaster promises to 'continue covering the news and events of the occupied Palestinian territories'
The news network incites to violence, the prime minister says, amid heightened tensions over the Temple Mount