Tuesday, May 27, 2014

That's No Surprise: Al-Jazeera America Refuses To Air Afghanistan War Movie

A groundbreaking new movie that uniquely honors America’s troops in action and features video from both sides of the war in Afghanistan was apparently too hot to handle for the Al Jazeera America TV network....

No actors, no script, no special effects, “The Hornet’s Nest” is made from only real footage from the front lines – both video captured by the father and son and video captured from fallen Taliban fighters – revealing events as they really happened, from both sides of the battle.
Publicists for the film told WND that Al Jazeera America had conducted an interview with the filmmakers and a wounded U.S. veteran and planned a televised segment on “The Hornet’s Nest” on the network’s May 23 “America Tonight” program.
But when the time came to air the interview, the segment on “The Hornet’s Nest” was a no-show.

Why do you think Al-Jazzera bought the American network?Freedom of speech? Not on your life.

"Al Jazeera America is owned by the Al Jazeera Media Network, which, in turn, is funded by the House of Thani, the ruling family of Qatar. The network has been repeatedly accused of supporting supremacist Islamic agendas and, according to a Washington Times report, saw 22 members of its Egyptian staff resign in 2013, calling Al Jazeera a “propaganda channel” for the Muslim Brotherhood." ~WND article

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