Al Jazeera has been censored by search engines on a global scale.
Al Jazeera has become one of the world’s most visited and popular media outlets, with millions of readers across the globe.
It is also the flagship for Al Jazeera’s sister network, Al Jazeera Mubasher Misr.
Its news website has been criticised for not using the latest technology to ensure accuracy and neutrality, and the network has also had to fight to protect its image from online attacks.
In June this year, Al Jazeera Mubasher misr – which translates as the “truth”, or “good news” – began to be censored by the search engines.
“We have been in contact with Google and they have informed us that we cannot use Google’s search engine to search for the website of Al Jazeeras sister channel Al Jazeera America, which means that we will have to use the one from Al Jazeera World, which is the English language channel,” a spokesperson for the channel told Al Jazeera.
“Al Jazeera America is not a news network and we are not a television network.
We are a news channel, we are a public broadcaster, we’re a media organisation, we operate a number of publications.
Al Jazeera Americas website is also an English language site and Al Jazeera American is also English.
This is what Al Jazeera Americans news website is called.”
The spokesperson said that “Google is not our enemy”, and that it is “not Google that has taken Al Jazeera out of the news search.
Al Jadeeras website is a news website that we have been using for over ten years.””
The Al Jazeera website has not changed and has not been altered since Al Jasseeras original launch.
We have been following the latest developments closely, and this has nothing to do with Google’s algorithm.”
In response to this censorship, Aljazeera Mubashir Misr – the channel’s sister channel – issued a statement saying that “the decision to remove Al Jazeera from search results was not a decision taken by Google, but by the Al Jazeera news channel itself.”
“This is an extraordinary and outrageous move, which will be seen as an attempt to suppress Al Jazeera, to prevent us from publishing the news that the public needs to know, that the news channel is reporting, that we want to tell the world.”
However, the US Federal Trade Commission has criticised Google for its role in making Al Jazeera look bad, and Google has promised to review the situation.
“As the leading news provider, Google has a role to play in providing consumers with accurate information on the web, and we will continue to do so,” Google spokesperson Jessica Schramm said in a statement.
“The FTC has been working closely with the news outlets that we partner with, and has been clear that Google must do more to protect consumers’ trust in the content and integrity of their news.”
Al Jazeera was also among those that filed a complaint against Google last month, saying that the company’s decision to censor Al Jazeera was “clearly illegal” and “unconstitutional”.
Google has been forced to take the action, and it will likely continue to be banned from the search engine’s search results for at least the next two months.
However, Google says that it will only do this if the US government has not blocked it before.
The search engine was initially accused of censorship by the government last year, after a lawsuit against the company was filed in the US, alleging that the search giant has used its dominance to censor news content and stop competitors from publishing stories.
The lawsuit was ultimately dismissed, and after Google’s first appeal to the US Supreme Court, it was dropped in August.
In response, Google argued that it had no legal right to censor the content of Al Jazeera because the content was free.