Saudi owned Al-Arabiya propaganda channel commits a dangerous mistake on air, instead of showing a report on Syria the presenter is reading, they show the channel’s owner’s owner (the Saudi king) pictures beaten in a protest in Cairo, Egypt by an angry crowd. A lifetime sentence plus extra torture is granted to who dares [insults the king’s personality] and beating with shoes is a big insult in the Arab world.
The Saudi channel has lost its credibility in its coverage of the Syrian Crisis by fabricating news and videos, recycling images and material from other conflicts and claiming it’s from the current crisis in Syria. Along with its elder sister the Qatari Emir owned Al-Jazeera, both channels played deadly roles in instigating strife among the Islam society while the Arabiya channel was several steps ahead in its anti-Shiite and anti-Iran propaganda at its owners will.
OH MY GOD, HOW BEAUTIFUL & GREAT TO SEE THE EGYPTIAN SLAPPING KING OF SAUDI ARABIA WITH HIS SHOES!!!!!!!! HA HA HA :) :) THANK YOU THE DIRECTOR OF THE ARABIA TV FOR PUTTING SUCH A GREAT SHOW. SHOVE THE SHOE IN HIS MOUTH PLEASE BECAUSE THAT IS WHERE IT SHOULD GO!!!!!!!!
Hm. If I got the first paragraph properly deciphered, an Al-Arabiya crew was filming in Egypt and captured footage of the Saudi king’s picture being whacked with shoes; this footage was shown, in error, with a voice over for footage of combat in Syria. Now the film crew may be prosecuted because of production errors in Riyadh? Well, that makes as much sense as do a lot of other things in the Middle East.
YES MY FRIEND, THIS SHOW SLAPPING THE KING’S FACE WITH THE SHOE WAS PUT IN ERROR. YES, YES YOU ARE RIGHT MY DEAR FRIEND ARKLIGHT. THIS SHOULD BE SPREAD ALL OVER THE WORLD!!!!!!!! :)
Thats not Cairo, but a protest in Turkey.
A pity the clip ended before we could watch the whole studio blown up
(which was supposedly indicated by the warning beep).^^
I think they did not do a good job with the Slapping. A LITTLE HARDER NEXT TIME PLZ!
I can only think this was aired on purposely by one Al Arabyia employee, not a mistake, which it may indicate that a revolt in KSA is brewing…about time!