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Lebanon’s publisher ofThe Daily Star Jamil Mroue said there were 44 million Internet users which dwarfs anything in print adding that publishers had a chance to become the new Christopher Columbus by adapting and innovating. Jamil Mroue Abu-FadilThe two-day forum held in conjunction with WAN’s bi-annual Board meeting grouped 160 publishers journalists and press freedom advocates from the Middle East and North Africa where media liberties have come under increased scrutiny in recent years. Cost Of Wart Removal On Dog in his opening remarks WAN CEO Timothy Balding slammed the governments of Tunisia Saudi Arabia and Syria for barring journalists and activists from those countries from attending the event.

Essa also blamed Western governments for supporting corrupt Arab regimes that he said were repressive and stupid in handling non-state media. Co-panelist Abdel Karim Al-Khaiwani a former editor of Yemen’sAl Shouranewspaper said Arab states claiming to implement reforms and adopt democratic practices did so only to collect foreign aid. A panel on “The Changing Face of Arab Blogging” during the forum organized by theWorld Association of Newspapers WANand leading Lebanese dailyAn-Nahartackled news and opinion blogs’ expanding influence and governments’ attempts to block them.

Essa also blamed Western governments for supporting corrupt Arab regimes that he said were repressive and stupid in handling non-state media. Co-panelist Abdel Karim Al-Khaiwani a former editor of Yemen’sAl Shouranewspaper said Arab states claiming to implement reforms and adopt democratic practices did so only

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to collect foreign aid. A panel on “The Changing Face of Arab Blogging” during the forum organized by theWorld Association of Newspapers WANand leading Lebanese dailyAn-Nahartackled news and opinion blogs’ expanding influence and governments’ attempts to block them.

He disputed his panel’s title “Oblique Government Tactics That Impede a Free Arab Press” arguing the region’s regimes did not need such circuitous methods to clamp down on errant media. They just squash them thereby bringing people’s ambitions to their knees. Essa also blamed Western governments for supporting corrupt Arab regimes that he said were repressive and stupid in handling non-state

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media. Co-panelist Abdel Karim Al-Khaiwani a former editor of Yemen’sAl Shouranewspaper said Arab states claiming to implement reforms and adopt democratic practices did so only to collect foreign aid. A panel on “The Changing Face of Arab Blogging” during the forum organized by theWorld Association of Newspapers WANand leading Lebanese dailyAn-Nahartackled news and opinion blogs’ expanding influence

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and governments’ attempts to block them.

Magda Abu-Fadil: 3rd Arab Free Press Forum Exposes Region’s Warts Press freedom in Egypt is a minefield but there is freedom to commit suicide through the media said Ibrahim Essa an outspoken Egyptian journalist who faces 23 lawsuits for daring to skewer his country’s regime. Ibrahim Essa Abu-FadilEssa is the very biting editor-in-chief of the Cost Of Wart Removal On Dog daily paperAl Dustour which Egyptian authorities closed from 1998 to 2005 for having published a letter from the militant Gamaa Islamiya group. In September 2008 he was sentenced to two months in prison for writing that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was in poor health and that his son Gamal Mubarak was not fit to succeed him. The government charged him with “propagating false news and rumors causing a general security disturbance and harming the public interest” but Mubarak pardoned him a month later although he is appealing another conviction and is free on bail. In typical Egyptian humor Essa mocked Egyptian customs authorities that sue private weekly newspapers on claims they distribute 50 million copies without paying their taxes in a country of nearly 80 million more than half of whom are illiterate saying that “even China doesn’t distribute that many copies.” He disputed his panel’s title “Oblique Government Tactics That Impede a Free Arab Press” arguing the region’s regimes did not need such circuitous methods to clamp down on errant media. They just squash them thereby bringing people’s ambitions to their knees. Essa also blamed Western governments for supporting corrupt Arab regimes

that he said were repressive and Cost Of Wart Removal On Dog stupid in handling non-state media.

Essa also blamed Western governments for supporting corrupt Arab regimes that he said were repressive and stupid in handling non-state media. Co-panelist Abdel Karim Al-Khaiwani a former editor of Yemen’sAl Shouranewspaper said Arab states claiming to implement reforms and adopt democratic practices did so only to collect foreign aid. A panel on “The Changing Face of Arab Blogging” during the forum organized by theWorld Association of Newspapers WANand leading Lebanese dailyAn-Nahartackled news and opinion blogs’ expanding influence and governments’ attempts to block them.

The government charged him with “propagating false news and rumors causing a general security disturbance and harming the public interest” but Mubarak pardoned him a month later although he is appealing another conviction and is free on bail. In typical Egyptian humor Essa mocked Egyptian customs authorities that sue private weekly newspapers on claims they distribute 50 million copies without paying their taxes in a country of nearly 80 million more than half of whom are illiterate saying that “even China doesn’t distribute that many copies.” He disputed his panel’s title “Oblique Government Tactics That Impede a Free Arab Press” arguing the region’s regimes did not need such circuitous methods to clamp down on errant media. They just squash them thereby bringing people’s ambitions to their knees.

Magda Abu-Fadil: 3rd Arab Free Press Forum Exposes Region’s Warts Press freedom in Egypt is a minefield but there is freedom to commit suicide through the media said Ibrahim Essa an outspoken Egyptian journalist who faces 23 lawsuits for daring to skewer his country’s regime. Ibrahim Essa Abu-FadilEssa is the very biting editor-in-chief of the daily paperAl Dustour which Egyptian authorities closed from 1998 to 2005 for having published a letter from the militant Gamaa Islamiya group. In September 2008 he was sentenced to two months in prison for writing that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was in poor health and that his son Gamal Mubarak was not fit to succeed him. The government charged him with “propagating false news and rumors causing a general security disturbance and harming the public interest” but Mubarak pardoned him a month later although he is appealing another conviction and is free on bail. In typical Egyptian humor Essa mocked Egyptian customs authorities that sue private weekly newspapers on claims they distribute 50 million copies without paying their taxes in a country of nearly 80 million more than half of whom are illiterate saying that “even China doesn’t distribute that many copies.

Lebanon’s publisher ofThe Daily Star Jamil Mroue said there were 44 million Internet users which dwarfs anything in print adding that publishers had a chance to become the new Christopher Columbus by adapting and innovating. Jamil Mroue Abu-FadilThe two-day forum held in conjunction with WAN’s bi-annual Board meeting grouped 160 publishers journalists and press freedom advocates from the Middle East and North Africa where media liberties have come under increased scrutiny in recent years. In his opening remarks WAN CEO Timothy Balding slammed the governments of Tunisia Saudi Arabia and Syria for barring journalists and activists from those countries from attending the event.

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