In an article written for the anti-Semitic hate site "Veterans Today," Narwani whines about being "censored" by the Huffington Post and its owner AOL. Not for her ranting, lies, or frequent personal attacks on other HP users and bloggers, but for her writings on Syria. Let's take a look, shall we?
Narwani leads off with some of her history writing for the HP, mentioning that when she was recruited her recruiter "was particularly keen to have me write about my meetings and interviews with resistance groups Hezbollah and Hamas." She toots her own horn about how awesome of a reporter she is, and states that she writes articles that "[provide] counter-narratives to Washington’s narratives on the region". I think we all know what that means.
She states that the HP used to publish every article until it was bought by AOL and now it won't do it anymore, starting with two articles that are based on pure speculation and absolutely no facts. But worst of all, the HP won't publish ANY of the five articles she wrote that were all pro-Assad! Here they are:
"Syrian Snapshot: A View From The Capital is based on my own visit to Syria in January 2012 to interview opposition figures and gain some insights into the crisis in the country. Huffpost had one of their own bloggers inside the country and chose not to publish this first-hand account.Maybe when you're apologizing and propagandizing for a mass murderer and genocidal dictator who isn't even Palestinian, even the Huffington Post can't stand by and let you use them to do it anymore. Tough break, Sharmine.
Foolishly Ignoring the Arab League Report on Syria unearthed the Arab League mission report that challenges the one-sided reporting on Syria by the mainstream media.
Veteran US Diplomat Questions Syria Storyline gives voice to the concerns of a former senior US diplomat who served at the embassy in Syria, and delivers some critical blows to current policy.
High-Tech Trickery in Homs places recent CNN satellite photos of Homs under a microscope, and shows how the photos tell an entirely different story than the network purports.
Questioning the Syrian “Casualty List” investigates the daily death toll in Syria and the inaccurate assumptions behind these casualty lists."
Also, check out one of the comments left under the article:
She's written five articles in about as many weeks, all defending Iran or Syria. And it looks like she'll be sticking around for a while.
Yup. It's really informative that when Sharmine needed to run to another website to get her message out, she just happened to choose one of the most notorious anti-Semitic sites on the Internet. What next? Stormfront?