Ms. Hala Gorani is an exceptional journalist with an extensive career & an award winner of a Syrian origin, but holds in addition French & USA citizenship. Good job Hala, you are an example to every junior journalist who wants to build his /her career in journalism; only until the events started in Syria.
Any journalist takes years of hard work to build experience and earn trust, one of the main features a journalist should have is being unbiased to avoid turning into a speaker to one side on the account of another and on the account of facts on the ground.
I don't claim to be a journalist, I never worked as a journalist, and never studied journalism, I blog what I feel, I think and see, I analyze news, I write my experience, and I just used a lot of I's in one sentence to prove that.
Ms. Gorani, it was one of your tweets that spoke your mind instead of your professionalism, it's one of the tweets that represents a one sided view of what's happening in Syria instead of reading facts on ground, you've mistaken, and the size is enormous taking in consideration the size of your career.
Can you tell us what's the difference between you now and a news editor at Al Jazeera?
Sorry dear, your innocent, caring and good looks didn't help you in this.
A Syrian girl simply asks Ms. Gorani whether she'll be quoting unverified information about Syria during Ms. Gorani's anchoring, and it's known that misinforming is more dangerous than withholding information.
This is what a Syrian girl asked Ms. Gorani:
& here's the answer of Ms. Gorani to the Syrian girl who seeks verified information from a lady anchoring an important period on a leading international news channel:
Thank you Ms. Hala for clarifying our doubts about your channel's intention, though we were sure but just for who still had doubts.