AlArabiya is not biased, at all!!

If anyone ever doubts their Pro-Sunni Anti-Iran bias, this is the headline of their piece covering the Arab Summit:

"The Damascus Arab Summit is the only Arab summit in History not to start with the recitation of Koranic Verses" 

Translation:

"See..the people supported by Shia Iran are heathens who don't even recite the Koran!" 

and the sub headline:

"In his speech, President Assad ignored completely the occupation of UAE's islands by Iran"

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  1. Andrew Brehm
    April 3, 2008 at 11:47 am

    “See..the people supported by Shia Iran are heathens who don’t even recite the Koran!”

    Actually, I don’t mind if Syria and Hizbullah are referred to a heathens. It’s appropriate.

    “In his speech, President Assad ignored completely the occupation of UAE’s islands by Iran”

    Given how worried Assad is about the Golan that Syria lost to Israel while trying to destroy her, it is indeed strange that he would so easily give up Arab claims against Iran.

    That man is NOT a friend of Arabs and I think it is good that Arabs notice.

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  2. Leaflesseve
    April 8, 2008 at 10:15 pm

    AlAarabiya is Lebanese!
    (the good kind)

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  3. Mike Nargiziain
    April 8, 2008 at 11:46 pm

    I heard Ghadaffi’s speech on MEMRI… if the guy weren’t a murderer, dictator and Jew hater… he’d be great for a gig on Saturday Night Live… I mean you can’t make up guys like that….

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