For over a decade, the Arab television broadcaster Al-Jazeera was widely respected for providing an independent voice from the Middle East. Recently, however, several top journalists have left, saying the station has developed a clear political agenda.
Doha tries to lead public opinion by the nose.
More than ever before, critics contend that the broadcaster is following a clear political agenda, and not adhering to the principles of journalistic independence.
Al-Jazeera has become a propaganda broadcaster.
According to Al Jazeera’s own description, it once aspired to be “a voice for the voiceless.”
So did the BBC.