Arab Media Watch
Arab Media Watch is a London-based media watchdog organisation with the stated aim of working toward objective British media coverage of the Arab world. Founded in 2000, by Sharif Hikmat Nashashibi, Arab Media Watch is the "only organisation of its kind in the UK". The organisation monitors coverage of the Arab world citation needed] in UK based print and broadcast media. Victor Kattan, author of Why History Matters: International Law and the Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, formerly served as the director of Arab Media Watch, that post is now filled by Muna Nashashibi[
- Organization web site
- Entry in UK Social Sciences organization database
- "The battle for public relations", from The Economist, Mar 23rd 2005
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