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Al-Jazeera and "Were Foley and Sotlof really beheaded?"

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 7, 2014 at 08:37

Dr. Pipes

In an article in the Arabic al-Jazeera (which I just read 2 days ago and I dismissed as the usual al-Jazeera nonsense) and the title of the article is: "Were Foley and Sotlof really beheaded" and the title of the article speaks volumes for the poor journalism of al-Jazeera and the conspiracy theories of the Middle East and here is an article from al-Arabiyya about this article


Now if you follow the link to al-Jazeera where the article is supposed to posted this is what we get


عذرا الصفحة المطلوبة غير موجودة

Ot Sorry the requested page cannot be found

The only explanation is that al-Jazeera editors deleted the page

This is what poor journalism is all about


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