Recovering from the Asma attack

Photo: Ricardo Stuckert/ABr

After publishing a disgraceful profile of Syrian dictator Bashar Assad’s wife, Asma Assad, the reporter who wrote it has written a new piece in which she claims Mrs. Assad “duped” her.

What’s interesting is how the reporter came to be in Syria, how her interactions with Mrs. Assad were manipulated, and how – if Mr. Assad hadn’t started killing civilians right before the article was published – the story might have gotten away with little or no criticism.

Check out Michael Young’s article on Now Lebanon.

Author: Stand For Israel | August 3, 2012
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What do you think?

  • Aliza
    August 4, 2012
    5:47 pm

    Assad let his people do his durty work. He doesn’t want to have blood on his hands.

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  • jeb
    August 3, 2012
    12:01 pm

    Media for sale? Which article should I believe? What a racket, get paid to write PR proganda and then get paid to refute your own statements. Is that job security in the media market. It’s a disgrace.

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