Posts Tagged ‘Nobel Prize’

Video : Alaa Al Aswany on Riz Khan’s ‘One on One’

In a 2009 episode of his show One on One, “the Oprah of Al Jazeera” (which is selling him short) Riz Khan spoke to the Arab world’s best-selling novelist Alaa Al Aswany. Avid readers of Al Aswany’s works will see some of the ideas about Egyptian society in Al Aswany’s novel in his answers to […]

Dr. Bashardost on Karzai and Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Deserving of Nobel Prizes in Election Fraud

In an interview dated today, the Times of London spoke to Dr. Ramazan Bashardost who came in third in the August Presidential elections in Afghanistan. Dr. Bashardost takes Dr. Abdullah and Hamid Karzai to task as two parts of the same problem in Afghanistan. According to Dr. Bashardost, no change can come to Afghanistan until […]

Christiane Amanpour : Iranian Revolution of ’79 ‘Is What Made Me Want to be a Journalist’

CNN Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour, spoke to Lesley Stahl about Iran, the role of commentators in the media, why Twitter and Youtube dispatches have not lead to a true understanding of the situation in the streets of Iran, and the resilience of Iranian women: On Accusations Against International Media by Khamenei: “Obviously CNN is […]