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At present,Mahmoud Hussein remains detained in Egypt after he was arrested on 20 December 2016 in Cairo while on a holiday “There have been instances where our offices have been shut and our licence to broadcast revoked We condemn all of it Free media is an important part of society The present demand to shut down Al Jazeera is unjustified” said Trendle In the past Al Jazeera bureaus have been shut down in Egypt Saudi Arabia Iraq and most recently in Amman Jordan Incidentally Qatar where Al Jazeera is headquartered in Doha is one of the freer nations in the Arab region in terms of press freedom It is ranked 123rd on the Press Freedom Index currently while Saudi Arabia (168th) Egypt (161st) and Bahrain (164th) are ranked far lower Interestingly in UAE —which is one of the countries backing Saudi Arabia in its call to shutdown — Al Jazeera is ranked 119th on the Press Freedom Index much higher than even Qatar However it must also be noted that Qatar’s press freedom ranking has fallen from 115th in 2015 and 117th in 2016 But what triggered this diplomatic crisis in the first place According to Al Jazeera a series of false statements attributed to the emir of Qatar was aired in by UAE and Saudi-owned networks on 23 May This led to the announcement of a trade and diplomatic embargo on Qatar On the morning of 5 June Bahrain first announced severing of diplomatic ties with Qatar with Saudi Arabia UAE and Egypt following suit within 10 minutes A total of 10 countries cut diplomatic ties with Qatar including Yemen Libya Maldives Mauritania Senegal and Comoros citing Qatar’s alleged support and funding of terrorist groups such as Hezbollah and Muslim Brotherhood – a claim Qatar has consistently denied and rejected Following this Saudi Arabia and others issued a 13-point list of demands that Qatar must agree to resolve the diplomatic crisis some of which include shutting of Al Jazeera shutting down a Turkish base and severing all alleged ties with Hezbollah Muslim Brotherhood Al-Qaeda and Islamic State groups At present Qatar has been given an extension of 48 hours to meet the deadline to agree to the demands As per latest reports Qatar’s foreign minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani is in Kuwait to mediate the crisis and respond to the demands Asked if Al Jazeera reports as vociferously on Qatar where it is based as it does for other Arab countries Trendle said “Yes we ask tough questions to Qatari officials as well We conducted interviews with them over allegations of corruption in the World Cup mistreatment of migrant labour in the country the war in Syria to name a few We don’t hold back” However a piece published in The Atlantic on 24 June 2017 by a former Al Jazeera English employee Gregg Carlstrom said: “On 14 August 2013 as security forces were brutally clearing a pro-Morsi sit-in an Al Jazeera English presenter asked a Brotherhood spokesperson a valid question: Why were women and children still present at a protest that would inevitably be targeted by the authorities The anchor was almost immediately pulled off the air and reprimanded for being insufficiently sympathetic to the group” To this Trendle initially responded that he did not recall the incident and would need to check on the validity of this anecdote from a former staff member and said “It does seem unlikely that anyone would be ‘immediately pulled off the air’” He later verified the incident and said: “During a live developing story from Cairo one anchor was replaced by another anchor who was fluent in the Arabic language to take in the fast evolving events in Cairo It was not a question of pulling anyone off-air but a rotation of presenters due to the demands of a developing story” On 30 June UN High Commissioner Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein called the Saudi-led bloc’s demand to close Al Jazeera ‘unacceptable’ "Whether or not you watch it like it or agree with its editorial standpoints Al Jazeera’s Arabic and English channels are legitimate and have many millions of viewers" Hussein’s spokesperson Rupert Colville said In midst of uncertainty and fears of closing down Al Jazeera is the media network confident the political atmosphere in the region will not lead to its shutdown Trendle responded Al Jazeera will continue doing its journalism “The list of demands is ultimately in the hands of politicians As journalists we will seek to continue to do our jobs” For Alison Bethel McKenzie a press freedom advocate and former director of the International Press Institute in Vienna calling for the shutdown of an entire network that provides news and information to people all over the world is a huge strike against press freedom “There are many concerns about press freedom in the region largely centered on self-censorship restrictions on coverage of royals Islam and other touchy issues There are also serious concerns regarding women in the media” she said Sittwe (Myanmar): Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi visited conflict-battered northern Rakhine State for the first time Thursday reportedly meeting Rohingya Muslims who have faced an army crackdown that has seen hundreds of thousands of the minority flee Suu Kyi a nobel laureate who leads Myanmar’s pro-democracy party has been hammered by the international community for failing to use her moral power to speak up in defence of the Rohingya Some 600000 of the stateless minority have fled to Bangladesh since late August carrying accounts of murder rape and arson at the hands of Myanmar’s powerful army after militant raids sparked a ferocious military retaliation The UN says that crackdown is likely tantamount to ethnic cleansing while pressure has mounted on Myanmar to provide security for the Rohingya and allow people to return home Suu Kyi left via state capital Sittwe as evening fell on Thursday after a visit that also took in Maungdaw and Buthidaung in northern Rakhine It was her first trip in office to the region which has seen some of the worst communal violence that has cut through the western state since 2012 severely damaging Myanmar’s global reputation "The Lady" — as she in known — did meet with the Rohingya community in Maungdaw town according to local media a first for a leader keen to convince observers inside the country and abroad that the crisis has abated and reconstruction of Rakhine can begin But it was not clear if Suu Kyi visited some of the hundreds of Rohingya villages torched by the army — allegedly aided by ethnic Rakhine Buddhist locals The Rohingya who remain in northern Rakhine are living in fear surrounded by hostile neighbours who refuse to let them farm or move freely The UN on Thursday again called for unfettered humanitarian access to a zone still under army lockdown On Thursday around 3000 Rohingya arrived by land at the Bangladesh border a sign hunger and fear is still driving people from their homes "The army didn’t attack us but made our life very difficult"Mohammad Zafar 35 from a village in Buthidaung told AFP at the Bangladesh border "We were not paid for any work and couldn’t go to markets How long is it possible to live like that" ‘Here for generations’ Suu Kyi heads a committee charged with rebuilding Rakhine She was joined on Thursday by businessman Zaw Zaw one of a host of military "cronies" who thrived under junta rule and are now taking prominent roles in rebuilding the battered region There are fears a carve-up of contracts in Rakhine by big business will further divorce the Rohingya from their land Suu Kyi says the Rohingya who have fled are now welcome back if they meet contested "verification" criteria for re-entry to Myanmar The Rohingya are loathed in Buddhist-majority Myanmar where they are denied citizenship and denigrated as illegal "Bengali" immigrants Their legal status is at the crux of communal tensions with ethnic Rakhine Buddhists adamant that Rohingya are foreign interlopers A Rohingya resident who has remained in Maungdaw town appealed to Suu Kyi to reconsider foisting a controversial national verification card (NVC) on the minority The card grants them limited rights of residence in Myanmar but does not recognise them as an ethnic group with citizenship The Rohingya say it is a bureaucratic attempt to erase their identity and force a shaky legal status onto them in a region where many claim generations of ancestry "We can not do anything with this NVC card so we do not want to receive it" the resident said requesting anonymity fearing reprisals "We are not Bengalis from Bangladesh we are Rohingya living here for generations" Observers say Suu Kyi has chosen not to criticise the army in fear of a backlash from a powerful institution that controls all security matters The plight of the Rohingya garners little sympathy inside Myanmar making a defence of the minority a politically toxic cause The Rohingya have packed into makeshift camps on a poor already overcrowded slip of border land inside Bangladesh Aid groups say the risk of major outbreaks of disease is high while they struggle to deliver food and basic supplies to the unprecedented number of refugees Myanmar’s army denies abuses in its campaign to flush out Rohingya militants whose attacks in late August sparked the latest round of a festering communal crisis however it was “not enough” to lift the ban on the athletes. 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