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Saturday, 18 July 2009

Zionist TV 'Al-Arabia' faces prosecution over blasphemous report

Saudi TV station Al-Arabia, mired in controversy for broadcasting an irreligious report, is likely to face prosecution within the coming weeks.

The Jeddah court decided to take legal action against Al-Arabia after it sparked an outcry in the Muslim world for insulting the core Islamic values in a recently-aired report.

“We, as Muslims, condemn the publishing of this blasphemous report and will take necessary action against the TV station where it was published,” said the court in a recent statement, IRNA reported.

Al-Arabia is required to give an official apology and promise that it would never again issue abusive and derogatory reports.

Based in Dubai, Al Arabiya is Saudi-owned, like most of the media in the Arab world, and is considered the second most popular television network among Arabs, next only to Al Jazeera.

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