"I Hate You."
A powerful statement and title of a 385-page study on hate speech and sectarianism in "Arab Spring" media.
I Hate You (Abu-Fadil)
It's also a reflection of countless Arab world afflictions that was published in 2014 by the Amman-based Center for Defending Freedom of Journalists (CDFJ).
"In the Arab Spring's crisis, it is hard to provide a stamp of innocence to exonerate Arab media from responsibility in the spread of hate speech, since most are co-conspirators in their practice, or in their silence," wrote CDFJ Executive President Nidal Mansour in the book's foreword.
The Arab Spring will span many, many seasons. Free speech is a necessary but not sufficient condition to create better government, long-term stability and better economic opportunities in the developing world.
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