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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 03:56 pm
Within 24 hours of the broadcast, Dateline was trumpeting about its claim to fame through new television advertisements on SBS TV, quoting reputable media compliments. Clearly, this “world exclusive” had put the program on the global map for having the courage to expose these “atrocious” images.
What was so urgent that this broadcast of photos that were taken in 2003 could not wait until the current reactions to the blasphemous Danish cartoons subsided?
If these photos were indeed in the hands of other news media, then I can only imagine that Dateline was after the trophy for being the first. Congratulations—you are now on the world stage for presenting a museum of dehumanised Arabs.
Poor SBS; they can’t please anyone.
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