Known American Zionist News Station Spies on Egyptian Police

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Translated from the original Arabic by Al Mutarjim

The article below is from al-'Ankabout (literally "The Spider"), and is a response to an article by Fox News, covering the persecution of Egypt's Coptic minority. Rather than address the issue at hand, the author resorts to ad-hominem.

An American television station accused Egyptian police of provoking citizens to conduct attacks against Copts, and of turning a blind eye to some of the attacks.

The news agency America in Arabic transmitted from Fox News, known for its affiliation with the New Zionist Movement and for promoting military interventions in Arab and Islamic lands, what it conveyed in a report broadcast this week. In the report, Fox News claimed it concealed recording devices in order to deceive Egyptian police, and used them to record Egyptian authorities turning a blind eye to attacks on Christians. It confirmed that it had some evidence condemning Egyptian police for provoking the latest attacks against Copts in the Nag Hammadi incident.

The American television station continued in its report...[quotes directly from Fox News piece]

Fox News also said...[again quotes directly from the Fox News piece]

Fox News is considered a part of the media empire of known American Zionist Rupert Murdoch, and normally takes right-wing and pro-Israel positions, and supports military interventions in Arab and Islamic nations.

Fox News also played a chief role in promoting the Iraq invasion of 2003, and often hosts guests on its programs who write books which attack Islam, considering them "experts" on Islam, such as Daniel Pipes, Steve Emerson, and Robert Spencer, as it attempts to promote a wave of Protestant revival in the United States.[Comment: Robert Spencer is Catholic.]