(PHOTO: Al-Jazeera's chairman, Sheikh Hamad bin Thamer al-Thani, speaks during a ceremony marking the 15th anniversary of the launching of the Qatar-based Arabic satellite news channel in Doha, on 1 November 2011. Once a thorn in the side of the US Empire, Al Jazeera is now its key propaganda tool in the Middle East Region.
Emails said to reveal dismay among Al-Jazeera staff over its "biased and unprofessional" coverage of Syria have been leaked by pro-Assad hackers.)
(Feb 24, 2012) On Wednesday, the entire staff of the Al Jazeera network allegedly received an email instructing them to change their computer and email passwords.
Earlier in the week, the network's server had been hacked by the self-styled Syrian Electronic Army, and some of its secrets were released to the media.
The major find to be made public was an email exchange between anchorwoman Rula Ibrahim and Beirut-based reporter Ali Hashem. The emails seemed to indicate widespread disaffection within the channel, especially over its coverage of the crisis in Syria.