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U.S.-funded al-Hurra has struggled to attract viewers and overcome skepticism about its mission.
U.S.-funded al-Hurra has struggled to attract viewers and overcome skepticism about its mission. (By Dayna Smith For The Washington Post)

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Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Yesterday: A look at the origins, successes and failures of the Arabic-language television network al-Hurra, centerpiece of the U.S. government's propaganda efforts in its war against terrorism and its campaign to spread democracy in the Middle East.

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Today: An examination of al-Qaeda's online propaganda campaign, which as recently as 2005 was seriously ailing but is now a disciplined operation, able to communicate constantly, securely and in many languages with loyalists and potential recruits worldwide.


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