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Magdy El-Gallad 2/ 11/ be full of opinion articles, especially after my wonderful colleague and friend Belal Fadl decided to write for Al-Masry Al-Youm. Al-Masry Al-Youm is an Egyptian privately owned daily newspaper that was first published in Magdi El Galad is one the former editors-in-chief of the paper. Al-Masri Al-Youm (Arabe: المصري اليوم, «L’Egyptien aujourd’hui») est un quotidien égyptien, Rédacteurs en chef[modifier | modifier le code]. Magdi Mohana (); Anwar El Hawari (); Magdi El Galad ().

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This introduction is a must, but my subject is what I said during the session of the Egyptian-Canadian Business Council last Wednesday about the media and the private sector. I know that my image is not great or beautiful, as I know that I am good due to the messages you send regarding my articles. How can an investor or youum ordinary citizen then feel safe?

Have I done wrong to anybody?

Retrieved 29 September I objectively said that all pro-government, private and partisan papers are wrong and SOME government papers use more obscene language than other papers. The newspaper was founded in late by Salah Diab, an Egyptian businessman whose grandfather Tawfik Diab was one of Egypt’s most renowned publishers in the s and s.

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Any writer who tries to be sincere and objective is followed by the readers wherever he or she goes, so forgive me if I changed my page due to lack of space. Al Sawt Al Hurr.


Retrieved 8 September News is written according to personal, partisan and political loyalties, so the truth is falsified to serve personal and political equilibriums and calculations. Have I not said that we are infallible prophets and messengers?

But if self-censorship becomes internalized and goes unquestioned, it becomes an irreversible practice. I also said that SOME chief editors in pro-government, mzsry and partisan papers needed to be trained on how to abide by the press code of ethics and that editors should learn how to make a positive dialogue away from slanders.

Archived from the original on 2 October Translated from the Arabic by Eltorjoman International. Therefore, I said we should return to the roots of the issue. As I pledged to be objective, I did not exclude anybody and said that this “epidemic” did not make any distinction between pro-government, private or partisan zl.

Further, it harnessed the energy of young journalists, giving them incentives to produce good work. Can anyone deny what I said while all of us know what is going in the “kitchen of journalism”?

It is a farce. It was eventually made available in an online digital edition.

I urged to follow the press code of ethics and the criteria of the professional performance so that journalism will actually be a civilized home for a respectful national ak.

Strangely enough, the attendees, whether they were businessmen, media pundits, government amsry partisan leaders, including Minister Mufid Shehab, Hussam Badrawi and Khamis Nusseir, shared my opinion. Archived from the original PDF on 3 December Retrieved 13 September Translated from the Arabic by Eltorjoman International.


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Inoyum paper’s online version was the 26th most-visited website in Egypt based on the Alexa data. As mzsry it was regarded as the most influential newspaper in Egypt. Fawzy ironically asked me: Archived from the original on 28 July The self-censorship episode prompted the staff of Egypt Independent to write that “even after 25 January, self-censorship still plagues Egyptian media.

Retrieved 26 December Archived from the original on 3 August The second issue of Egypt Independent was to carry an opinion piece by Robert Springborg, a political scientist and expert on Egyptian civil-military relations, that was critical of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces that had ruled Egypt since the February, departure of former president Housni Mubarak.

I believe in the theory of former great writer Ahmed Bahaa that says: What are the guarantees that we have in Egypt for a citizen to get his rights? Clearing the Case with the Teacher.