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Palestine7 months ago
Elon Musk, caving in to Zionists, warns to criminalize pro-Palestine content
Elon Musk, the billionaire owner of X, can be outrageously unpredictable. He again showed it on Saturday by warning to suspend pages that invoke ‘from the river to the sea’ slogan.
Elon Musk, caving in to Zionists, warns to criminalize pro-Palestine content
Culture8 months ago
Iran's Khorsheed Media Festival to bring together 100 intl. women journalists
Iran’s second-largest city of Mashhad is set to host a key gathering of notable women journalists working for alternative media platforms from across the globe in late September.
Iran's Khorsheed Media Festival to bring together 100 intl. women journalists
Cats and Dogs9 months ago
On Fire
This week, Cats & Dogs meets a French ambassador living on military rations, reviews a burning issue in Israel and reveals who's gagging the media in the name of free speech.
On Fire
Conversations9 months ago
Exclusive: ‘No regrets,’ says woman who stopped Quran burning in Sweden
Far-right forces have been given “far too much” space in media and politics in Sweden, the woman who stopped Quran burning in Stockholm tells Press TV website, saying she doesn’t regret her actions.
Exclusive: ‘No regrets,’ says woman who stopped Quran burning in Sweden
Viewpoint10 months ago
Watchdog or lapdog? West’s blatant hypocrisy on media freedom
Western countries brazenly allow media outlets that affirm their own imperialistic goals to remain on air and uncensored. This includes outlets that outwardly promote foreign meddling and violence.
Watchdog or lapdog? West’s blatant hypocrisy on media freedom
Feature11 months ago
Explainer: How and which Swedish products should be boycotted?
The desecration of the Holy Quran in Sweden has triggered vociferous calls for the boycott of Swedish products in Muslim countries, including some well-known Swedish brands and companies.
Explainer: How and which Swedish products should be boycotted?
Viewpoint11 months ago
How Swedish law allows far-right extremists to desecrate Holy Quran
Since 2020, when Danish extremist Rasmus Paludan came to Sweden and set ablaze the Holy Quran – the first such instance on Swedish soil – the repeated cases of the desecration of Islam’s holiest book have earned the Scandinavian nation a bad name across the world.
How Swedish law allows far-right extremists to desecrate Holy Quran
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