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British Media Propaganda exposed over Iran US tensions

British Media Propaganda exposed over Iran US tensions

British Media Propaganda exposed over Iran US tensions
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British media, neglecting ethical journalism, said to be delivering fake news and hyping up head lines, using Dubai as a click bait amid Iran US tensions, that created a chaotic situation among Britons residing in UAE.

On Friday January 3, US military on the orders of President Donald Trump killed Top Iranian General Qassem Soleimani in a air strike in Baghdad.

After that tensions sparked on international level, brought Iran and US on the brink of war.

Middle East, the main region being categorized as the forum of conflict between Iran and US.

Meanwhile, British news papers hit headlines, warning the Britishers to leave Dubai.

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What British Media said:

Even when US-Iran tensions aren’t ramped to extreme it seems the editors in London love a click-baity Dubai-bashing headline.

Daily Star stated: Brits warned ‘leave Dubai and surrounding areas immediately’ amid WW3 tensions

daily star

Metro read its headline as Westerners warned to leave Dubai and Abu Dhabi ‘immediately’ amid tensions after US airstrike

metro

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Express said : World War 3: Is Dubai still safe? FCO issue travel warning

express

Daily Mail said: Should tourists flee the Middle East? Experts warn Westerners to get out of Dubai and Israel as tensions mount after US drone strike kills top general

Daily mail

What Actually is it?

US and UK Foreign Offices have indeed updated their travel advisories in the wake of Qasem Soleimani’s death urging citizens in the ‘region’ to ‘remain vigilant’.

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But none of them explicitly mention Dubai or the UAE.

What UK said?

The UK foreign office notice for the UAE says, “Following the death of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani in a US strike in Baghdad on 3 January, British nationals in the region should remain vigilant and keep up to date with the latest developments, including via the media and this travel advice.”

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