Posted by Al Jazeera English on Monday, February 26, 2019 18:15:04 The al Jazeera English network is shutting down.
The news outlet has been operating since 2011 and is based in Qatar, the emirate of the United Arab Emirates.
“The news team will be working with its international partners and partners in the United States and in other markets,” the company said in a statement.
“Al Jazeera America will continue to cover topics such as conflicts in the Middle East, conflicts in Africa, and other international news stories.
We will continue our commitment to bringing you the most comprehensive coverage of the world’s most important and turbulent regions.”
Al Jazeera said the network was exploring other options for its news coverage, including a move to a smaller studio in New York.
The announcement comes after a string of controversial events including the arrest of prominent U.S. Muslims in Qatar and a series of controversial and controversial statements by the emirs of Qatar.
“We have been working on the Al Jazeera American launch for over two years, and this is the culmination of that process,” said Al Jazeera’s CEO Richard Greenfield.
The decision to end the Al-Jazeera English network comes as the organization grapples with a wave of controversy stemming from its coverage and reporting of Muslim-majority countries. “
This is the final step in our journey to build the best news platform in the world.”
The decision to end the Al-Jazeera English network comes as the organization grapples with a wave of controversy stemming from its coverage and reporting of Muslim-majority countries.
Last week, the U.N. Human Rights Council voted unanimously to condemn Qatar for its treatment of the detained journalist Abdulrahman al-Rashid, a journalist for the English-language Al Jazeera.
Last month, the United Nations Human Rights Office condemned Qatar for “a lack of accountability for its human rights record and for the failure of the state to investigate allegations of serious human rights violations”.
The decision comes just days after the emiri of Qatar said he was going to sue Al Jazeera for defamation.
“As you know, the Aljazeera English team has been doing a lot of work in the past year, and it’s really important for us to continue that work,” al-Tayeb said in an interview with Al Jazeera Arabic, a channel owned by Qatar Media Group.
“I’m going to make sure that the work we’re doing in the field and in the newsroom continues.
We are really happy that the United Kingdom has welcomed us with open arms.”
The Al Jazeera team has also covered the conflicts in Iraq, Syria and Libya.
According to the network’s website, the team has covered a range of topics, from the recent unrest in Egypt to the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Texas.
Al Jazeera has a history of covering conflicts, including the Syrian Civil War and the Arab Spring.
Al-Rasheed, a former Al Jazeera journalist, was detained by Qatar on January 29 after covering the Arab spring protests.
“If there’s an attempt to shut down Al Jazeera, we will do our utmost to defend our journalism,” said Rashid.
“To say that the news team has failed, that’s an understatement.
They have been doing an enormous amount of work.
We were there in Egypt and in Libya, we were there on the frontlines, we are here in Syria, and I can’t imagine that we would be here now, as well.” “
People have been scared to go and work in their jobs because of their own lives.
We were there in Egypt and in Libya, we were there on the frontlines, we are here in Syria, and I can’t imagine that we would be here now, as well.”
Al-Taysh, who said he had been working at Al Jazeera since 1999, has been critical of the network in the years since it was founded.
In a 2016 interview with The Washington Post, Al-Sharq Alaweel, the editor-in-chief of Al Jazeera Al Arabiya, said Al-Haj, Al Jazeera and Al Jazeera Media Network have been complicit in promoting and supporting extremist groups.
“There’s an extreme ideology and a certain kind of ideology that’s prevalent in the Muslim world,” he said.
“So I think it’s very important for the people to understand that the Al Jazeera English news team is not a neutral news outlet.”
The company was also forced to close its Washington, D.C. bureau after the election of President Donald Trump.
Al Arabiyya was also the target of a lawsuit by the United Auto Workers, a union representing over 1 million U.Z. workers, over allegations of workplace retaliation.
The lawsuit was filed in the U of Z District Court in March 2019.
The union claimed that the union had a right to strike, but was unable to strike.
“At a time when many people in the