Ayman Mohyeldin

TOM: What are two things you would do if you woke up to find yourself completely invisible? AYMAN: I would sit in on a few
Mohyeldin was removed from Gaza by NBC News last month — to the consternation of others in the media and viewers who followed
We should have 100 Ayman Mohyedin's out there -- people of any background who are willing to tell the stories that are not being told simply because it's the right thing to do. What better aspiration could we guide our young people towards than that?
CNN reassigned one of its reporters covering the Gaza war over a controversial tweet.
"Im returning to #Gaza to report," he wrote. "Proud of NBC's continued commitment to cover the #Palestinian side of the story
The removal of Magnay comes a day after NBC News pulled Ayman Mohyeldin from Gaza. One of Mohyeldin's tweets and Facebook
Andrea Mitchell, NBC’s chief foreign affairs correspondent and the host of a noon MSNBC show, told HuffPost that Mohyeldin
Ayman Mohyeldin, the NBC News correspondent who personally witnessed yesterday’s killing by Israel of four Palestinian boys
There was widespread bafflement and anger about NBC's actions on social media. The hashtag #LetAymanReport trended on Twitter
"You certainly feel the toll that the siege and the impact of the previous conflicts have taken on the people here. The infrastructure
NBC said that Israeli police fired stun grenades and rubber bullets at a crowd of Palestinians. It added that Moyheldin and
The official Israeli Defense Forces spokesperson Twitter account -- which has been very active since the start -- quickly
"Through wars and revolution, our reporting at Al Jazeera English has changed the news landscape forever, helping shed light
On a cold March evening in Manhattan, Ayman Mohyeldin rode in the back of a black Lincoln Town Car on his way to an appearance
For America's sake, I hope that Al Jazeera penetrates the US media market. Unless Americans see the images and narratives that shape how others see us, the US will not be able to overcome its reputation as the world's half-blind bully.
The news of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's resignation on Friday was momentous for every journalist covering the story
Some may call it propaganda but I call it hardcore reporting. If you are not watching Al Jazeera English's coverage of the War on Gaza, you are missing much, if not, most of the story.