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Saudi to shut down channels 'threatening unity'

by Chris Newbould on Dec 31, 2012

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Saudi culture and information minister Dr Abdul Aziz Khoja has said the government will shut down any satellite TV channel that instigates sedition among members of the Saudi society or threatens national unity, Saudi Gazette has reported. The ministry plans to issue new regulations "regarding the channels that seek to stir racism in the Saudi society," he said.


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