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“Al Jazeera has to make a better fist of the situation, stop living solely in the past, and begin exciting the world again with its passion and ideas. In an albeit shallow pool, it is still the Arab world’s most progressive institution and best hope. It must realize this mantle and better exercise its power.”


Osama Saeed, former global head of communications at the channel, in a new op-ed in the Guardian titled, “What went wrong with Al Jazeera – and how can it be fixed?”

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