Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Assange: "...Al Akhbar, was significantly influential to what happened in Tunisia, ..."

Via Friday-Lunch-Club

"..."It does seem to be the case that material we published through a Lebanese newspaper, Al Akhbar, was significantly influential to what happened in Tunisia," Assange told the SBS programme Dateline.
"And then there’s no doubt that Tunisia was the example for Egypt and Yemen and Jordan, and all the protests that have happened there," he added. ..."
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