Mideast Pundits Critical of 'Al Jazeera-Like' News Arabic pundits criticize coverage of the war in Iraq by the region's satellite news channels, such as al Jazeera. The channels bypass government control and censorship common in the region. But some commentators say war coverage was biased against the United States. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.

Mideast Pundits Critical of 'Al Jazeera-Like' News

Mideast Pundits Critical of 'Al Jazeera-Like' News

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Arabic pundits criticize coverage of the war in Iraq by the region's satellite news channels, such as al Jazeera. The channels bypass government control and censorship common in the region. But some commentators say war coverage was biased against the United States. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.

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