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Jamal Rayyan

News Anchorman

Al Jazeera

Email: r***@***.net

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Al Jazeera

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Al Jazeera America is the U.S. based news channel that provides both domestic and international news coverage for its American audiences. Translated from Arabic, "Al Jazeera" means "peninsula." Our logo stays true to its Arabian roots with a distinctive callig... more

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pesteverte.blogvie.com

It can be assumed that Al-Jazeera's top journalist Jamal Rayyan will not soon forget this year's Jerusalem Day, which was celebrated this week.
Rayyan opened with the question, "Mr. The stunned Rayyan refused to give up. "Excuse me Mr. Mordechai! Rayyan stated the verse that, according to Muslim belief, refers to Jerusalem, but Keidar continued to object. Rayyan continued: "Let's talk politics, please. "At this rate Jerusalem will soon include all of the West Bank," Rayyan countered. The interview went on for a few more minutes, after which Rayyan parted from Keidar without thanking him.


www.tbe.org [cached]

Al-Jazeera's top journalist Jamal Rayyan opened with the question, "Is this decision meant to constitute another nail in the coffin of the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations?"
Rayyan continued, "If you would like to speak about history, let's talk about the Koran as well. Rayyan stated the verse that, according to Muslim belief, refers to Jerusalem, but Keidar objected. Rayyan then asked: "Doesn't this decision oppose the Roadmap, which determines that


www.dailyalert.org [cached]

Al-Jazeera's top journalist Jamal Rayyan opened with the question, "Is this decision meant to constitute another nail in the coffin of the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations?"
Rayyan continued, "If you would like to speak about history, let's talk about the Koran as well. Rayyan stated the verse that, according to Muslim belief, refers to Jerusalem, but Keidar objected. Rayyan then asked: "Doesn't this decision oppose the Roadmap, which determines that Israel will halt construction of the settlements in Jerusalem?


www.israelunitycoalition.org

It can be assumed that Al-Jazeera's top journalist Jamal Rayyan will not soon forget this year's Jerusalem Day, which was celebrated this week.Rayyan opened with the question, "Mr.The stunned Rayyan refused to give up."Excuse me Mr. Mordechai!Rayyan stated the verse that, according to Muslim belief, refers to Jerusalem, but Keidar continued to object.Rayyan continued: "Let's talk politics, please."At this rate Jerusalem will soon include all of the West Bank," Rayyan countered. The interview went on for a few more minutes, after which Rayyan parted from Keidar without thanking him.


www.iris.org.il

The top Al-Jazeera journalist, Jamal Rayyan, begins quoting the Koranic verse he believes refers to Jerusalem, only to stop halfway through when he realizes it only refers to the "furthest mosque," not Jerusalem.
Here is the whole verse: Glory to He who took His servant by night from the Sacred Mosque to the furthest mosque.


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