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BREAKING -Proof that Obama Administration ousted Morsi - BREAKING

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BREAKING -Proof that Obama Administration ousted Morsi - BREAKING
It's sad when al-jazeera is more reliable than most us news agencys.....

[link to www.aljazeera.com]
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lol This Al Jazeera is reliable? To whom? .....
Last Update: Tuesday, 9 July 2013 KSA 20:43 - GMT 17:43
‘We aired lies’: Al Jazeera staff quit over ‘misleading’ Egypt coverage
Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Nada Altuwaijri - Al Arabiya
As many as 22 Al Jazeera employees have quit since the overthrow of Mohammad Mursi, amid concern over the channel’s alleged bias towards the Muslim Brotherhood and its coverage of Egypt.
Criticism over the channel’s editorial line, the way it covered events in Egypt, and allegations that journalists were instructed to favor the Brotherhood are said to be the main reasons behind the mass resignations.
As many as 22 Al Jazeera staff resigned on Monday, Gulf News reported, but other media said only seven had left the broadcaster.
Al Jazeera correspondent Haggag Salama resigned accusing the station of “airing lies and misleading viewers”, Gulf News reported. The newspaper also said that four Egyptian members of editorial staff at the network’s headquarters in Doha had resigned in protest.
[link to english.alarabiya.net]
Sympathetic MB Coverage Triggers Al Jazeera Backlash, Resignations

by IPT News • Jul 9, 2013 at 11:24 am
The Muslim Brotherhood isn't the only entity to see its popular support bottom out in Egypt. Al Jazeera, the Qatari-financed international news network, has become a pariah in Cairo, triggering cheers among other journalists when its correspondents were booted from a news conference Monday.

Qatar, which finances Al Jazeera, is a strong supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted President Mohamed Morsi, and critics believe the network provided the Egyptian government with sympathetic coverage. According to a Russia Today report, a journalist demanded Al Jazeera's crew be kicked out of the news conference, called to discuss Monday's violence that left more than 50 Morsi supporters dead.
[link to www.investigativeproject.org]

Come on GLP you know better than that!.......hf