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$27,000 fine for Saudi hotels airing Al Jazeera
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Hotels in Saudi Arabia risk being fined $27,000 if they screen Qatar’s Al Jazeera, according to a new law.

In a circular issued by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH), tourism accommodation facilities were warned against airing the news channel.
It warned that a $27,000 fine and the revocation of permits awaited those who do not comply.
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#2
in UAE someone is a little too imaginative. or they again like to prefer to thrown around money...
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These are the rules of Big Politics!
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It's not a lot of money for them they just laugh about that
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(06-09-2017, 10:59 PM)wirexlab Wrote:  Hotels in Saudi Arabia risk being fined $27,000 if they screen Qatar’s Al Jazeera, according to a new law.

In a circular issued by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH), tourism accommodation facilities were warned against airing the news channel.
It warned that a $27,000 fine and the revocation of permits awaited those who do not comply.

Eeee what you kinding :D
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#6
Is alzajeera the fake news of the middle east?
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is this because of isis or what ?? i dont get it thanks
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#9
Holy jesus christ people are clueless in this thread
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#12
Saudi A. is crazy and so is Qatar.  Honestly doesn't make any sense why they hate each other so much.
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