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Al-Jazeera admits that they removed their despicable article posted on their Arabic web site"Were Foley and Sotlof beheaded?"

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 7, 2014 at 11:50

Dr. Pipes

After I posted that al-Jazeera Arabic web site removed their despicable article about "Were Foley and Sotlof really beheaded" Now they are admitting that they indeed removed it because it is a despicable article. But it is too late because the story now is not the usual Middle East conspiracy theories but it is now about poor journalism and here is the explanation and apology from from al-Jazeera and notice that I could not find the same statement in their Arabic web site and it makes you wonder why

http://www.aljazeera.com/pressoffice/2014/09/al-jazeera-arabic-article-retracted-201496233734278507.html

What a despicable network

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