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Iraq Suspends Al Jazeera Broadcasts for “Promoting Violence and Sectarianism” – Al Jazeera

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#1 Walter


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Posted 03 June 2013 - 09:17 AM

Iraq has suspended the licences of 10 satellite
television channels, including Al Jazeera, for promoting violence and
sectarianism, according to a senior official at the country’s media
Sunday’s announcement came as the country held funerals for five
soldiers killed by armed men during anti-government protests in the
mainly Sunni city of Ramadi, just hours after authorities said they had
arrested three suspects.
“We took a decision to suspend the licence of some satellite channels
that adopted language encouraging violence and sectarianism,” Mujahid
Abu al-Hail of the Communications and Media Commission (CMC) said on

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#2 Two Times

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Posted 03 June 2013 - 03:44 PM

Is that not interesting. This is what they do all over the place. Same thing in Nigeria

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