Essay on Freedom of Press

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WORLD PRESS FREEDOM ,OTHER SIDE OF THE COIN
WORLD PRESS FREEDOM ,OTHER SIDE OF THE COIN

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5/5/2011
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AKRAM SAQIB
Freedom of press is the most wanted freedom but it is being abused everywhere in the world. The powerful states deem it their right to use press for their covert purposes.

AKRAM SAQIB
Freedom of press is the most wanted freedom but it is being abused everywhere in the world. The powerful states deem it their right to use press for their covert purposes.

World Press Freedom Day, Other Side of the Coin
On 3rd of May every year, soon after the termination of the Labour Day activities world press freedom day is observed. Freedom of press is a perpetual
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Every political party owns a news media or support and back it for its policy enhancements. If you go through the sources of income of the media you would definitely astonish. As our multinational corporations support a specific party or person the media also act like this. Often it works as the spokesperson of a specific party. If such media is demanding freedom it is against all the morality. Dr. Ahmad Shafaat (1986) wrote in this connection an article ‘’Western Media's Bias: We are Not Helpless Against It’’ I quote his words ’It hardly needs to be said that Western media is biased against Islam and Muslims: every Muslim who reads the daily newspaper(s) in his city, watches television or listens to the radio is well aware of this. ----This is confirmed by the experiences of many Muslim individuals and organizations.’’
Electronic intifada wrote in an article ‘’Child rights groups appeal against biased reporting on Palestinian children’’ on March 25, 2004
‘’the multitude of violations to Palestinian children’s rights that occur daily at the hands of Israeli forces in the illegally-occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip are almost entirely ignored by journalists and the media.’’1
Do journalists not work as spies?
There are many journalists who work as spies for the secret services of their states or many secret agents who work incognito as journalists. Here

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