IslamOnline staff stage sit-in

Journalists protest against management interference in editorial policy of site.

    Hundreds of employees of the popular IslamOnline website are holding a sit-in at their offices in a Cairo suburb.

    The journalists say they are facing an internal probe, after questioning attempts by their Qatar-based management to hijack the editorial policy of the site, which has long been known for its moderation.

    Rawya Rageh has this report.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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