Arab Media Reacts to Charges of Anti-American Bias Bush administration officials have criticized Al-Jazeera and other Arab news stations for an anti-American bias. On Friday, the foreign minister of Jordan said he would request a review of Al-Jazeera's editorial standards. NPR's Michele Norris talks about the issue with Daoud Kuttab, founder and director of the Institute of Modern Media at Al Quds University in the Palestinian city of Ramallah in Israel's West Bank.
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Arab Media Reacts to Charges of Anti-American Bias

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Arab Media Reacts to Charges of Anti-American Bias

Arab Media Reacts to Charges of Anti-American Bias

Arab Media Reacts to Charges of Anti-American Bias

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Bush administration officials have criticized Al-Jazeera and other Arab news stations for an anti-American bias. On Friday, the foreign minister of Jordan said he would request a review of Al-Jazeera's editorial standards. NPR's Michele Norris talks about the issue with Daoud Kuttab, founder and director of the Institute of Modern Media at Al Quds University in the Palestinian city of Ramallah in Israel's West Bank.