Iraq SHUTS DOWN Hillary Clinton’s Favorite Channel AL JAZEERA for ‘Instigating VIOLENCE’

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Al Jazeera has repeatedly come under fire from the Iraqi authorities for coverage too friendly to ISIS. I have long warned of the terror network’s propaganda to incite to jihad. But the left in America embraced it. Al Gore sold his failed network to Al Jazeera (refusing to consider Glenn Beck’s offer). Hillary Clinton lauded these bloody propagandists.

NPR: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton went out of her way to single out the Al Jazeera TV news network….. “You’ve got a global — a set of global networks — that Al Jazeera has been the leader in, that are literally changing people’s minds and attitudes,” Clinton told members of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

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Another Islamic supremacist stooge in the White House? Haven’t we had enough?

Iraq shuts Al Jazeera bureau for ‘instigating violence’ By Al Arabiya, April 29, 2016 (thanks to Lookmann):
Al Jazeera has repeatedly come under fire from the Iraqi authorities for coverage perceived as too friendly to ISIS and hostile to the country’s Shiite majority (File Photo: Reuters)

The Iraqi authorities have shut down the Al Jazeera channel’s Baghdad office, accusing Qatar’s state-funded TV network of inciting violence and sectarianism.

Iraq’s Communications and Media Commission (CMC) sent the Al Jazeera Media Network a letter informing it of a March 24 decision to withdraw the bureau’s license and close its office for one year.

The letter cited “your continuing violations and offences and persistent media discourse instigating violence and sectarianism.”

In a statement issued Wednesday, the Doha-based news network, one of the largest in the region, said that it had not violated regulations or deviated from professional and objective coverage.

Al Jazeera has repeatedly come under fire from the Iraqi authorities for coverage perceived as too friendly to ISIS and hostile to the country’s Shiite majority.

The network’s foreign staff were already unable to enter Iraq because the authorities had made it difficult for them to obtain visas, the network’s Iraqi bureau chief Walid Ibrahim told AFP.

The CMC’s decision contradicts the Iraqi government’s “commitment to guarantee freedom of expression”, Al Jazeera said.

Ziad Ajili, from the Journalistic Freedoms Observatory, condemned the move, saying that the CMC does not have direct authority to close media offices in Iraq.

Iraqi leaders have accused Gulf monarchies of not doing enough to fight ISIS militants and in some cases of directly supporting them.

Qatar is accused by many in Iraq of having intentionally sponsored hardline Sunni groups to counter the expanding influence of Iran and Shiite Islam in the region.

  • Judi

    I didn’t think there were any buildings left in Iraq capable of transmitting tv, let alone Al Jazeera.

    • Mahou Shoujo

      iraq has electricity?

      • Judi

        Occasionally the odd light bulb flickers.

        • Mahou Shoujo

          Hmmmm. there can’t be very much, they do seem to be a bunch of dim bulbs.

  • Dr. Doomsday

    Al Jazeera, the Baghdad Bob network..

    • joe1429

      Bagdad bob was hilarious

  • Mahou Shoujo

    NPR: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton went out of her way to single out the Al Jazeera TV news network….. “You’ve got a global — a set of global networks — that Al Jazeera has been the leader in, that are literally changing people’s minds and attitudes,” Clinton told members of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee. – Absolutely, people who thought islam was violent to the point of criminal insanity, now, thanks to Hillary and her media stooges, know.

    • Lia

      So Hillary actually served a purpose?

      • Mahou Shoujo

        In the loosest definition possible, sort of.

        • Lia

          Milton wrote, ‘They also serve, who only stand and wait’. So, in your loosest definition possible, they also serve who only stand and hoard money …

          • Mahou Shoujo

            The do contribute to inflation by taking money out of circulation thereby making it possible to print more, lowering the value of all of it.

          • Lia

            That’s Mrs Clinton disposed of. Does your argument also dispose of Mr Sanders?

          • Mahou Shoujo

            More so, he is a brain dead socialist, they have a propensity of financial insanity coupled with a belief that borrowed money for social machinations is fiscally prudent. As well as opening borders, which has the effect of keeping the poor in poverty while increasing their numbers with those that once had something.

          • Lia

            Here we are in perfect agreement!!

          • Mahou Shoujo

            Of course, right is right.

          • Lia

            Clearly, we must be two great minds …

          • Mahou Shoujo

            Of course, this forum is the place where the wise gather.

          • Lia

            My goodness! I feel so complimented …

          • Mahou Shoujo

            What can be done with the truth, but acknowledge it?

          • Lia

            You’re overwhelming me. I’m not absolutely sure that I always see the truth, but when I do, I try hard to speak out for it, as you do.

          • Mahou Shoujo

            It is a terrible lie not to tell the truth. It is also less painful to be reasonably honest, in the long run, short term gain equals long term pain, inverse also true. As a german I know says, “so bald bekommen wir alt so spät wir schlau” so soon we get old so late we get smart. Heaven has a sense of humour, we spend out lives getting “experience” that we never get to use.

          • Lia

            Your German friend seems right to me. I am 73, a widow, a retired teacher and pastor. I now have some knowledge and experience, but from time to time it feels wasted to me. Bernard Shaw said, ‘Youth is wasted on the young’. Perhaps knowledge and experience are wasted on the old?

          • Mahou Shoujo

            Sure looks like it, after decades of experience, it is very rare, for me anyway, to come across a situation where I can use previous experience. The only thing that seems to get dusted off every once in a while are various problem solving techniques.

          • Lia

            From your take on evolution, do you think the world’s problems may be evolving at the same time as the people we choose as ‘leaders’ are regressing?

          • Mahou Shoujo

            Yes, there is evidence to validate that the “law of inverse proportionality” is applicable to social evolution, so to speak, assuming evolution is a factor in politics, the more active a political administration is involved in social movement, the more regressive it becomes. Communism, islam, being two examples thereof.

          • Lia

            Your two examples are well-chosen and most illustrative. Of course, the present Russian rôle in the Middle East worry me, for many of the years of my life were spent under the shadow of the ‘cold war’ and the threat of communism. I find it very difficult to know and feel that Russia is now friend instead of foe somewhere at the back of my mind is a little ‘can’t be’-niggle.

          • Mahou Shoujo

            True, having spent years fearing Russia, it is hard to grasp the concept that the Russians are now the good guys. Americans are great people, but they have been lead astray by their democrats and dishonest administration. Nature abhors a vacuum, American foreign diplomacy has left a one that Russia has filled.

          • Lia

            I struggle with that dichotomy (but I liked Mr Putin’s remark, ‘How can I be a thug? I used to work for the KGB!’) I know the Russian Orthodox Church seems to trust Mr Putin, but I find it difficult to overcome my inbred distrust of Russia.

          • Mahou Shoujo

            The Orthodox church one described stain as a “gift from heaven” however I cannot find the reference to it on the interweb, it is in some book around here somewhere. Still, trust is good, but mistrust, better.

          • Lia

            A very valued friend, who died last year, worked in Saudi Arabia for a time and came back with a bit of arab wisdom, ‘Trust in allah, but tether your camel’. I amuse myself sometimes by trying to figure out whether the adage is more denigratory of allah or of one’s fellow arabians.

          • Mahou Shoujo

            Merely a fact. Muslims can behave decently if they want to, unfortunately they life under a constant death threat from the subhumans that follow every word of the qur’an.

          • Lia

            The horror for most muslims, I think, is not that they may be imprisoned, tortured, beheaded, crucified for not agreeing with every word in the qur’an, but that these things may be done to their families. An honest muslim must first ensure that he/she has no hostages to islam.

          • Mahou Shoujo

            That is how islam perpetuates itself, fear and violence. islam is of demonic origin.

          • Lia

            I do not have the name to hand, but a muslim said that had islam not had the death sentence for apostasy, it would have died out centuries ago.

          • Mahou Shoujo

            If I remember correctly, it was an egyptian doctor of islamic theology. It is true, very few people would endure the oppression of submission to islam, given a choice. Not every muslim wants to be one, but the alternative is being dead.

          • Lia

            Being dead is not the worst of it, but fear of seeing one’s family killed, that would do it.

          • Mahou Shoujo

            islam knows that, demonic possession of muslims allows them to drop their humanity, becoming lower than animals.

          • Lia

            Seems to me that islam specialises in all the inhumane horrors. I once read that the devil said he only started people doing evil but they grasped the concept so well that they then outstripped him. Perhaps he was talking about islam?

          • Mahou Shoujo

            Ever hear about this guy and how he actually did save the world?

            In 1983, a Russian air defence officer named Stanislav Petrov watched his computer display as it showed what looked like five American missiles closing in on Russia. Rather than reporting to his superiors that the enemy was launching a nuclear strike, Petrov gambled that the attack was really a glitch and instead informed Moscow only that his equipment was malfunctioning. The 44-year-old lieutenant colonel reported later that he imagined a real surprise nuclear strike would have involved hundreds or thousands of missiles, not five.

            Although, Petrov received no formal recognition from Moscow for his cool headedness, when details of the incident emerged years later, he was showered with praise. In 2004, the American-based Association of World Citizens awarded Petrov a $1000 prize for his contributions to mankind. Two years later, he was invited to appear before United Nations and in 2012 received the German Media Award. Earlier this year, Petrov was granted the $32,000 Dresden Prize for averting World War Three.

            Despite all the attention, the 74-year-old retiree claims he’s no hero. “I was simply doing my job,” he said in a 2006 document

          • Lia

            Thank God for a man like that. In my belief system, he was guided & inspired by God, whether he was aware of it or not. But a hero for doing the right thing!!!

          • Mahou Shoujo

            Classic example of a person thinking on their feet, a great rarity these days. In my mind, he used what he was given, and used it right. If he would have made a mistake, the term “assured mutual destruction” would have been demonstrated.

          • Lia

            And the classic example of a person being a hero: doing what is right.

          • Mahou Shoujo

            Doing what is right occasionally involves great courage to do something other that what is expected. Everyone has potential, a few are put in predicaments where they have to use it.

          • Lia

            I’m sure we all have potential, but too many (forgive me, I’m thinking of politicians again) simply do what is easiest or will net them most gain.

          • Mahou Shoujo

            Politicians are like electricity, they do a lot, but always take the path of least resistance. Too often they are a “dead short” rendering the whole system useless.

          • Lia

            You’ve made me think of electric storms: ‘ …full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing’ (apologies to Shakespeare). But they do cause ‘dead shorts’!

          • Lia

            You’ve made me think of electric storms: ‘ … full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing’ (apologies to Shakespeare).

  • Ichabod Crain

    This may be more about Sunni/Shia hostility than actual support for ISIS by Al Jazeera. The Shia in Iraq rule, and they don’t like the Sunni. The Sunni, when seen from a distance, don’t look too different than their ISIS brethren, though most Sunni may not support them at all there in Iraq since Sunni and ISIS are in competition. So not too hard to imagine the Shia Iraqi government to falsely accusing Al Jazeera of supporting ISIS just to get rid of them, even though Al Jazeera may not in fact support ISIS.

  • Joe MacDonald

    Cenk Uygar recently said that The Young Turks are going to partner with Al Jazeera, so that TYT subscribers will be have Al Jazeera documentaries etc to choose from on the TYT channel (as far as I understand at least).

  • Solipsis

    They always eat their own. One day they will eat the Hillarbeast like they eat all useful idiots.

  • roccolore

    So what’s left of the network now?

    • joker

      Probably BBC

  • joe1429

    Who is running al jezerria tv in iraq?? ISIS??

  • william carr

    Qatar I believe is one of the Arab countries that said it was ‘not suitable’ for the refugees, I believe the ungrateful Kuwait said the same thing

    • Mahou Shoujo

      uslims know other muslims, that is why there are no refugees in islamic countries. Muslim refugees know non muslims are suckers for any line of shitt they string out.

  • Drew the Infidel

    Just out of morbid curiosity I took a quick look at their broadcasts here in the US. About five minutes was more than plenty. Their standard operating procedure is to concentrate coverage on the seamy side of news trends, trying to represent that as being the norm. Bush 43 does not know how many took seriously his jest about blowing the network off the face of the earth.

  • Mal M

    Hillary Clinton may be the only one who listens to Al Jazeera propaganda nonsense of an Arabic Muslims channel that has a clear Islamic agenda.

  • Stephen Honig

    How much did Hillary get via Huma for promoting the Muslim propaganda?

    • Lee Piccini

      That Lying Lucifer might Know ,, ;-) ..

  • Mahou Shoujo

    hillary, like other rather vapid democrats, are so introspective that they can only see the world in terms of their ego’s. These dullards have not made even a cursory study of islam. One does not “pick and choose” which parts of the qur’an are acceptable. Either shari’a is submitted to, or death for not doing so. It is not as if a person can get a bacon burger and beer at the mosque cafeteria, after prayers, or practice a “live and let live” way of life.

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