Nothing lights the night of Kabul but the shining full moon and AlJazeera's camera light.I just thought this is a wonderful line, Amro agrees with me. But how many reporters do try to light up the darkness we live in?
Tayseer is now in the Spanish jails. He is charged with assissting a terrorist organisation, and has been sentenced for 7 years. I don't understand much about the law, but the transcripts of the verdict show that the judge does not believe that he has been part of such an organisation. On the other hand, I believe it should be totally normal for a journalist to seek information in anyway possible, even if it includes paying informants or links.
Tayseer's is a very old story now, maybe even unfashionable, but it is there, just like that of so many others.