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RE: [casi] website

Dear all,

I knew that is not that of the
Qatari satellite station. I was just replying to pg
who expressed some concern.

According to Al-Quds Al-Arabi of today, the English
site of Al Jazeera was launched experimentally on
March 25. It was immediately attacked by hackers
(seemingly working for the defenders of freedom of
expression!). The site crashed, and its formal
launching was postponed and will take place in late

In solidarity


--- Jacob Park <> wrote:
> Dear All,
> is not the website for the
> satellite TV station Al Jazeera. If you check at
>, you will see the website is owned by
> somebody in Georgia.
> The correct URL for Al Jazeera is
> There was an English-language version available
> early this week at but
> it was hacked and has been down most of the week.
> It's up at the moment, but for some reason is only
> displaying the Arabic content.
> Peace,
> Jacob

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