SIXTY MINUTES SHOWS PALLYWOOD
To improve the quality of the first draft of history, outfits like Memri are beginning to convince much of the world that the era when it was possible to say one thing to your supporters and another to the world at large is over. That is the message of the London Arabic Daily: The World is Closely Watching Us Due to Western Institutions Specializing in Translating Arab Media; The Problem Lies in What We What Say. Watching the Iranian TV discussion of the 9/11 conspiracy should convince you.
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