What is missing is a media that dares to call a spade a spade and clearly identify the TPLF as the perpetrator, not the victim, of this disaster that it brought itself over Tigray.
Be it Al Jazeera or any other news media, it is clear that they have a responsibility to report the truth, and should try very hard to avoid presenting hearsay and politically tainted false news as facts on the ground.
ROBERT CROWE | AFRICAN MEDIAS
The signing of the peace agreement between Eritrea and Ethiopia on 9th July 2018 in Asmara, the Eritrean capital, brought to an end twenty years of hostility between the two countries. One would think that peace after so long would be welcome by all, but the Tigray People Liberation Front (TPLF) — former ruling party in Ethiopia — made it its life ambition to reverse the new found peace and revert back to the previous state of war. Continue reading Al Jazeera Appears to Lend Itself to TPLF Disinformation
Al-Jazeera’s futile attempts to disparage Eritrea will not diminish Eritrea’s critical role in the region. It will only further corrode the Channel’s relevance and credibility.
SHABAIT | EDITORIAL
Al-Jazeera English TV channel has ratcheted up its smear and defamation campaigns against Eritrea these days. The stats tell it all: Inside Story ran three programmes in the past month alone; Al-Jazeera’s has also chipped in to broadcast two programmes of vitriol in the same period. AJ-Stream Continue reading Al-Jazeera: A Persistent Campaign that Remains Hollow and Futile
“Khartoum sit-in had become a threat to the revolution” – Transitional Military Council
Authorities in Sudan closed Al Jazeera bureau in Khartoum as military warns sit-in has ‘become a threat to the revolution’. (Photo: AP)
Sudan has withdrawn the work permits for members of staff working for Qatari broadcaster Al Jazeera and shut down its Khartoum office, the station said.
There was no official acknowledgement of the closure from Sudan’s government.
Continue reading Sudan Shuts Down Al Jazeera Khartoum Bureau
Al Jazeera’s vile accusations against members of the Eritrean Diaspora, without providing any verifiable evidence to support its allegations, only undermines the network’s credibility.
Why is Al Jazeera rehashing an old tired story and repeating its falsehoods?
SOPHIA TESFAMARIAM | SHABAIT
In a recent , Al Jazeera, quoting two notorious individuals with close ties to the regime in Ethiopia, accused members of the Eritrean Diaspora of being “spies for the government of Eritrea”. Similar accusations were made by these same groups and individuals in the past, but were dismissed when found to be outright lies. article Continue reading Al Jazeera: Preserving a Lucrative Anti- Eritrea Cottage Industry in Decline
“For how long will they [Al Jazeera] continue to tamper with the security of Egypt and the Arab world?” – Dubai Security Chief Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan
A senior security official in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has called for the bombing of Al Jazeera, the Qatar-based propaganda media network.
Dubai’s security chief Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan, known for his controversial social media posts, has called for Al Jazeera to be obliterated. The General accuses the Qatar channel of siding with the perpetrators of this week’s deadly Sinai attack. Continue reading ‘Channel of ISIS and Al-Qaeda’: Dubai Security Chief Calls for Bombing of Al Jazeera
Losing credibility everywhere. We had repeatedly urged Al Jazeera to refrain from biased and skewed reporting on Eritrea. But our request continues to be ignored.
Dear Mr. Al Anstey, CEO of Al Jazeera Media Network
I refer to a derogatory article: “ ” that was posted in Al Jazeera’s website on Thursday (July 6) last week. The article in question essentially dwells on a barrage of vitriol against Eritrea by a notorious author who routinely engages in a smear campaign against the country. Eritrea: Anecdotes of indefinite anarchy Continue reading Eritrean News Agency Requests Al-Jazeera to Rectify its Biased Stance
Carrot and Stick. Sudan was hoping to remain neutral in the ongoing Gulf crisis. But, its benefactor Saudi Arabia demands otherwise.
The Saudi Ambassador to Khartoum Ali bin Hassan Jaafar has urged Sudan to take “clear stance” on the ongoing Gulf crisis, accusing Qatar of seeking the backing of two states with regional ambitions, Turkey and Iran.
Last month, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE and Bahrain cut ties with Qatar over allegations that the country funds “terrorism”, an accusation that Qatar denies.
Continue reading Saudi Arabia Urges Sudan Take ‘Clear Stance’ on Gulf Crisis