Radio: Radio Free Iraq’s Al-Jazeera app launches in the US
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Al-Qaeda’s official news agency, the Al-Quds Al-Arabi, has announced that the Free Iraq Radio app will launch in the United States on Wednesday.
Al-Akhbar, which is based in Jordan, published an article titled “Free Iraq Radio in the USA launches,” on Wednesday morning.
The app is designed to provide the Free Iraqis with the latest news and analysis from the region.
Al Quds Al Arabi reported that the app will provide the region with an “unmatched service in English, Arabic and Kurdish” and that it will have “exclusive access to the Iraqi security forces and the Kurdish forces.”
Al Quds Al Arab Al Amal, a Kurdish news site, said on Twitter that the news outlet would launch the app “in the coming days.”
Al Jazeera’s Amira Abdel Rahman reported that Al-Alam will be the first Iraqi broadcaster to be launched in the U.S. It will be a joint venture between the Free Syrian Army, which the Pentagon says has “the capability to counter ISIL” and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, which has fought alongside the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia.
Al Jazeera also reported that Free Iraq has reached out to the State Department for assistance in the launch.
Al Arabiya’s Alaa Abou Jahsh, meanwhile, tweeted that the U .
S. embassy in Iraq has been in touch with the Free Iraqi Radio group.
Al Raqqa, a Syrian news site with a focus on the city of Raqqa, announced that Free Iraqi TV, a joint project between Al Arabia and Free Syrian Radio, would launch on Wednesday, along with the other Iraqi channels.
The Free Iraqi channel, which Al Raqqa reports has been operating in the past year, will be available to Arabic-speaking citizens in the country, Al Raqqa said in a statement.
The news outlet also said that it was working with the U, United Kingdom and other nations to set up a new channel in the coming months.
Al Hamdani, a group that provides “exclusive coverage of the Middle East,” announced that it had entered into a deal with the United Arab Emirates to launch a Free Iraq channel.
Al Amaq, an Al Jazeera English affiliate, reported that it would also launch the Iraqi channel.
The Washington Free Beacon, a right-wing news outlet that has focused on U.N. peacekeeping operations, said it had signed an agreement with the State of Iraq to launch Free Iraq TV.
“Free Iraqis will soon be able to access all of the main channels in Iraq and be able choose from more than 20 news and opinion sources from the Middle-East,” Free Iraq television announced in a Twitter post.
Al Rawa, another news outlet, said that Free Iraqis would soon be allowed to access Al Jazeera Arabic, Al Jazeera and Al Arabiyya channels.
Al Ahram, an English-language website, said its Arabic-language channel would launch in January.
Al Anadolu, another English-based news outlet with a political agenda, announced on Twitter Wednesday that it is launching its own Free Iraq app.
It was not immediately clear whether the channel will provide access to Al Jazeera, Al Arabiya or other channels.
Free Iraq, which was founded in 2012, was launched as a way to address the lack of local, independent news outlets and social media outlets.
The Syrian government has accused Al Jazeera of bias in coverage of its conflict with the opposition, which it regards as a terrorist organization.
Al Jamahiriya, Al Nusra Front’s official English-run news agency that is known for its coverage of al Qaeda in Syria, was founded by the Free Saddamists in 2014, according to Al Ahreem, an Arab news site.
The group has been accused by the U to have ties to the Syrian government.
Free Iraqis operate under the umbrella of the Free Syria Army, an alliance of Syrian rebel groups that was formed in January 2016.
Al-Qaeda’s official news agency, the Al-Quds Al-Arabi, has announced that the Free Iraq Radio app will launch in the United…
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