U.S. expert: Qatar a dictatorship

U.S. expert: Qatar a dictatorship

Sunday January 6, 2013

Follow-up – and babysit –
Raised the issue of Al-Jazeera network’s intention to open a channel in the U.S. market a lot of controversy and debate about the underlying objectives behind this move, which everyone agrees it would cost hundreds of millions of dollars.

In this context, said journalist and analyst specialist on the Middle East, Hugh Miles: a report on this subject, “The main objective of the island is accessible to the American people to mobilize public support, if war breaks out in the Gulf region would threaten its independence and rich financial, such as the outbreak of War with Iran or unrest in Saudi Arabia. ”

The head of the Middle East Institute for Research, Yigal Carmon: “The Qatar by the end of the day is a dictatorship, and dictatorship countries considered the media arm of foreign policy.” Pointing to what he described as “lack of impartiality in the transfer of the image to the viewers.”

One report published by the New York Times that the island has paid $ 500 million for the completion of this transaction and all that in order to reach the people and influence American public opinion.

Forecasts indicate that all previous data will contribute significantly to supporting the island in the United States of America and the best example can be inferred is Al Jazeera English, to the extent that U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton carried Bamtdahaa.

The analyst said in media Vischof affairs “will consist of people have the impression that this channel is a country, and Qatar, an Arab country and therefore full of terrorists and that the angle at which the news will be transferred where is the angle is neutral.”

M. J