Violations of the right of the media in the Arab world.......

Freedom of opinion and expression or unwilling to media freedom in particular is considered one of the important pillars of the rights and fundamental freedoms as women of the right to democratic freedom and oxygen, on the other hand, on the other hand, the scheme as the most important tools that the individual needs through the right of participation in the view and discuss the different views of the management of public affairs and the town of and putting the public opinion, through which to analyze the issue of the impact of the community issues and the additional participation of the voice of decision makers on fully enjoys the political, economic, civil and cultural rights.
Freedom is the most important component of the scheme as it is the elements of good governance as an essential tool which enables the individual expression of the right through to get information to teach them and publishes the community with all the credibility of the supervisory role on the performance of the authorities in the accountability of the authorities of any excess in the performance of its mission.
Here we speak about the freedom of press in addressing the various issues, but without prejudice to any side that the journalist faces in the media career and transfer the world the truth, but unfortunately many killings of several journalists in the exercise of their profession, one of the most prominent and confidence of the Syrian Center for press freedoms in the Association of Journalists fences media Activist Killed Musab Walid attribution at the hands of the liberation of Syria in the city of Idlib, Sarakib  in time Russia Today channel correspondent was killed "in the Arabic language," Khaled al-Khatib to organize the state crimes of the bombardment of the Governorate of Homs in central Syria, bringing to the killing of many journalists, without them the center of their murder.
On 23 September 2017 political activist was killed and her daughter channel ARABISM Barakat media solution which was Orient Barakat, exposed to the Syrian revolution and President Bashar Assad of one of their relatives in the same year, 2017, the Algerian media were middle news channel SAMIRA Mwaki in Mosul in Iraq by Kenya, which fights the popular mobilization and been hit on the head during their coverage of recent events in Iraq.
But for now we note the bulk of many journalists don't receive their right during their adventure in action and compensate the right stipulated by the press law in the performance of his duties which the journalist to convey the truth as it is, without any forgery, but in fact, the truth is the real revenge paid the first ever emergency meeting called the journalist.

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