(Medicine students' site- Damascus University), on
Bad channels are
gone for ever, with the Document regulating satellite
- Islam on Line site on
Arab Document to
reduce freedom space at satellites.
- Link Dot Com site on 14/2/2008
adopt Document that silence satellite channels and closure
is the punishment for defaming the leaders.
- Dr. / Safwat Al Alem professor
of Media – Cairo University on 13/2/2008.
targets some satellite programs and channels that view the
opinion and the other opinion, as it became nightmare for
all Arab governments that did not accustomed to hear the
other opinion "Its clearly about Aljazeera and its sisters",
- Tareq Momani Jordanian
Journalist- president of Jordon Press Association on
refusal and denunciation for the issuance of the Principles
Document by Arab Information Ministers' Council-"The
Document is not binding to us in Jordon" he told Aljazeera
net, considering that putting rules and restrictions on"
Open skies age" is kind of joke.
- Reporters without Borders
Organization on 13/2/2008
satellite broadcast Document adopted by Arab Information
Ministers, yesterday, and described it as "retrograde" and
it would limit broadcast freedom in satellite channels.
Mr. Amin Bassiouni- Chairman
of Arab Media Permanent Committee on 23/2/2008
Confirmed that, if the Document was as honor
charter, it is not politicized at all and not out of
political scope, especially that political content provided
in Arab satellites dose not exceed 12% and the rest is
various media content.
Mrs. Amina El Nakash, Journalist
and writer on 23/2/2008
Affirms its support that each media work
should have moral note agreed upon and should not restrict
media freedom or freedom of expression.
Adnan Omran, Secretary General
of Arab Inter-parliamentary Union & former Syrian
Minister of Information on
Arab legalists and lawyers should lay down
Document, similar to the Document adopted by Arab
Information Ministers, in order to create chance for freedom
of Media and freedom of expression, as well as mechanisms to
protect and democratically develop the society, he demanded.
Mohamed Fayek, President of Arab Organization for Human
Rights & former Egyptian Minister of Information on 3/3/2008
Media laws should be changed in order to
ensure broadcasters' free access to information and their
efforts to provide it to Arab viewer, the way that
contribute in development and prepare launching of
democracy, he said.