Daily Telegraph becomes a black propaganda tool against AKP

Posted by on September 17th, 2010
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DT’s notarious journalist Con Coughlin [check out the Criticism section there] penned down an explicit lie about AKP and Iran. Supposedly Iran donated AK Party 25 million dollars! Even our wild secularists could not imagine that. He doesn’t name any of his sources or provide the reader with any tangible proof. But he can make speculative news just like that by relying on press freedom. A Yeni Şafak columnist and an HaberTurk piece focuses on Mr. Coughlin’s Zionist/Israeli connections… (in Turkish). In the mean time, AK Party demands apology on Iran donation claim.

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