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Sunday, October 24 2004

T is for Terror

Dan Abrams of MSNBC challenged the media to start using the word “terror” in coverage of the Mideast conflict, Iraq and Al-Qaida--even noting how more common words like “militant,” “insurgent” and “rebel” don’t accurately reflect terror’s nature. But Cliff Kincaid of Accuracy in Media (AIM) responds to Abrams by pointing out that MSNBC’s own use of the “T-word” doesn’t meet Abrams’ own standards.



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