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English-language Al Jazeera would change perception of channel: TV producer

News | 11/08/2004 5:00 am EST

A senior program producer with Arabic news channel Al Jazeera thinks that the launch of an English-language version of the service next year will aid its entry into Canada. Establishing the international English-language version of the channel that has caused controversy for airing tapes of Osama Bin Laden will also allow people to see that it is not anti-Semitic, Hassan Ibrahim told Canadian Communications Reports during an interview at the World Congress of History Producers in Toronto last week.

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