Pro-U.S. Ads Rejected Broadcasters in many Muslim nations are refusing to run a series of TV ads meant to soften anti-American sentiment by profiling Muslims living in America. All Things Considered host Steve Inskeep talks with Rami Khouri, a syndicated political columnist in Jordan, about why the ads are unpopular.

Pro-America Ads Rejected by Arab Broadcasters

Pro-America Ads Rejected by Arab Broadcasters

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Broadcasters in many Muslim nations are refusing to run a series of TV ads meant to soften anti-American sentiment by profiling Muslims living in America. All Things Considered host Steve Inskeep talks with Rami Khouri, a syndicated political columnist in Jordan, about why the ads are unpopular.