For more than a week, leading Western media outlets led by the New York Times and CNN, had a field day berating the Taliban’s new policy about women’s education.
The West’s corporate media has successfully projected its image as being free and objective. In this article titled, ‘US Government has long used propaganda against the American people’, first posted on January 18, 2016, WashingtonsBlog provides some interesting insights. It is reproduced here through their courtesy.
Western lies augmented by fake videos about events in Syria are coming thick and fast from their agents, writes Shahnaz Mirza.
One of the most enduring myths about the Western media is their supposed objectivity. The grossly ill-informed and gullible Americans apart, the Muslims are its biggest victims. Muslims often ask why the Western media do not give their side of the story in such trouble-spots as Palestine, Iraq or Afghanistan.
The television has become one of the most essential and ubiquitous items of a modern lifestyle, but few people are aware of the role it plays in shaping society. YUSUF AL-KHABBAZ discusses its link with consumerism
Prince Faisal bin Fahad, the son of king Fahad of Saudi Arabia, who has died at the age of 54, had been general manager for the Ministry of Youth and Sports since the late 1970s. The cause of his death was surrounded with vagueness and conflicting accounts.
The student demonstrations in Tehran during the second week of July were widely interpreted, especially in the west, as a major crisis in the Revolution and possibly even the beginning of the end for the Islamic Republic. Western media and government officials welcomed them as the beginning of a popular uprising against the Islamic state.