"The US and al-Qaeda tried spin, threats, lies and censorship to win the propaganda war, but did anyone succeed?"06 September 2011Factual48 mins
9/11: It was a PR stunt which killed thousands and launched a propaganda war that has, so far, lasted a decade. Since then, the US and al-Qaeda have competed furiously to win “hearts and minds” with elaborate media strategies. Spin, threats, lies, censorship, the killing of journalists; how far has each side been prepared to go to win the propaganda war?
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