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    Al Jazeera’s award-winning news coverage provides a unique perspective to global events. From the recent conflict in Gaza, where AJE was the only international English-language network to broadcast from both Israel and Gaza, to exclusive reporting from inside Myanmar during insurrections, to in-depth coverage of the US election, Al Jazeera English puts the human being at the center of the story and provides all sides.

    However, unlike the rest of the world, most North American audiences remain in the dark. In a world that is growing increasingly smaller and more interconnected each day, it is more important than ever to have full access to international news.

    Al Jazeera English is dedicated to providing a voice to the voiceless, and now you have the opportunity to have your voice heard. If you live in the United States or Canada, this website is your opportunity to show your support for Al Jazeera English.

    Email, call, fax or write your cable or satellite operator now to urge them to carry Al Jazeera English. Your voice truly matters.

    Share IWantAlJazeera with your friends to encourage them to learn more about Al Jazeera English and what they can do to support the channel in the US and Canada.

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    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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