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Stephen Sakur biased?

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Submitted by Rob holmes (Japan), Aug 25, 2008 at 10:21

jKalvin is absolutely wrong when he says that Hard Talk's Stephen Sakur "indiscriminately rips apart any guest". He is actually very tactful and full of moderation when dealing with American and Israeli political figures or military personnel, whereas he attacks the enemies of Western Imperialism by constantly repeating the propaganda lines of the latter. With pro Western guests, he engages more in a real dialogue and and then employs his vitriolic monologue for Hezbollah, Hamas, etc.

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