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The first group took control of the country rachives a single party rule and dived in its wealth, sharing it with those who turned out to be opportunists. The latest minaret ban is just the west accidently getting into the dumb anti human rights ways.

Then he contrasts this reaction to reactions towards the Muslim world: This site uses cookies. His blog has been gaining popularity and might sadly be one of the first victims of a proposed internet filtering system.

Retrieved September 11, The topics are carefully selected to give the reader a sense of intellectual superiority over the masses. Speculation about the owners of the papers runs rampant — from business tycoons to army generals. December 3, in AlgeriaPress Tags: This has, obviously, the unfortunate effect of being turned towards more populism and sensationalism a.

Rarely can you walk through a street in Europe without noticing dozens of cameras watching even the ants.

Afa Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The latest entrant is Djamila Bouhiredone of the most recognised faces of the revolution worldwide. On Western reactions he says: Retrieved October 7, Most Algerian Arab newspapers, like EchouroukElkhabar and Ennaharturned the tables on this concept, and chose instead to embrace the lowest common denominator in search for ever increasing circulation numbers except perhaps, the government owned newspapers, archivws have negligible circulation in comparison.

Since the Minaret ban I have been waiting the views of cohro rights organisations […] that made a habit of criticising some places for their human rights record […] since the ban I have been listening to commentators in the west trying to justify the unjustifiable […] Governmental reactions amounted to only expressing mere dismay, a tactic that they used to diplomatically evade their moral stance on human rights.


Very few living people in Algeria still command the same respect as Djamila Bouhired as a revolution figure. The end of this storm will be fun to watch. Alvaro on First Censored Political Websi…. The Arab Press Network. Like most veterans, Djamila is drawn a remuneration that is modest to good by Algerian standards. However, pressure is mounting on the government to open up the audio visual space, with Echorouk positioning themselves well to create a new television station should the chance come by running an internet only channel on Youtube.

This page was last edited on 22 Marchat Echorouk has been largely aligned with the government. In there was a great debacle at the claim that up to registered veterans are not only false veterans, but were actively fighting against the revolution.

December 10, in AlgeriaDemocracyPress Tags: They published a multi page rebuttal with scans of letters from the printing companies.

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It is quite humorous how such a large newspaper comes down on the defensive by the mighty stroke of an individual blogger! The second group voiced their discontent about the direction that obline new state was taking, and were all forced into exile or were mysteriously assassinated.

The lack of space on other media, such as radio and television, has certainly not hurt the newspapers either. Should this space be opened, there is no reason not to believe that it will be as vibrant as the newspaper space, given that other channels, such as the MBC and ART are eager to more affectively enter the Algerian market. Retrieved March 20, Her letters caused an outcry in Algerian circles to the huge embarrassment of the state. The minaret ban in Switzerland continues to draw much ink and cynic reactions in the Arab world.

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The editor and the responsible reporter were both sentenced to six months in jail. Not to be confused with Al Shorouk Egyptian newspaper.

Media of Algeria List of onlinee. The verdict was condemned as a strike against press freedom by virtually the entire Algerian chooro press and numerous political parties, as well as from international press watchdogs. Algeria is often quipped to be the only country whose number of veterans increases over time.

By night he diffuses what he hears throughout the day on his collective blog. The letters were addressed in his name. Use mdy dates from March David on Zidane and the Complex Algeria…. Participants had to read the articles then answer the two asked questions on the newspaper’s website, the British Council’s cgoro, or the Facebook page.

There are a lot more Muslims in the West than say, Christians in Muslim countries so the difference in reactions seems even more absurd to him. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: The third group chose to keep quiet, living on the sidelines, content with being remembered every year on the national day and being given a token state recognition every now and then.

But the Ministry of Mudjahideen veterans and the Organisation of Martyrs both claimed that Djamila never contacted them directly about her hardship. He contrasts the perceived reaction of the West, governments, institutes and individuals alike qra the Minaret ban with wra reactions to any similar measure in the Arab and Muslim Worlds.

Pieces like this suggest that the western human rights demands are just post colonial meddling in internal affairs. El Mouhtarem draws a lot of legitimacy from the ui that he is in the journalism profession working for a state newspaper.