The Arab Media and the Assault on Fallujah

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The Arab media covered the U.S. offensive in Fallujah with deep skepticism. Critics of the United States have a strong voice on Arab radio, television and newspaper accounts. But the Arab media also listens to what Americans say about Iraq. NPR's Steve Inskeep reports.

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