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Al Jazeera English, the 24-hour English-language news and current affairs channel. From this unique position, Al Jazeera English is destined to be the English-language channel of reference for Middle Eastern events, balancing the current typical information flow by reporting from the developing world back to the West and from the ... See more southern to the northern hemisphere.

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Hi, i have a proposal to solve the palastinian issue i need to tell it directly to the world and i take all responsibility for it. in fact almost 25 years ago since i began to think how to make a state for kurdish people ,i came to a conclusion that palastine should be solved first. I beg you g see more... ive me the chance to tell it live on your chanal . In fact the proposal solves many issuese in middle east specially iranian issue. My regards Aras Mohammad Abdulrahman

July 20, 2014, 7:23 a.m. GMT