Dubai, Sep.2 (ANI): The Al Arabiya satellite television channel has come up with a popular program titled "Death Making," that exposes another side of Al Qaeda.
Hosted by female correspondent Rima Salha, the Dubai-based show is heading into its third year on Al Arabiya and aims to influence how the Arab world views Al Qaeda, reports Fox News.
It is a unique program that lets jihadists tell their stories, and then shows the results of their actions.
"It's not enough to tell you that Al Qaeda is a terrorist organization. You have to understand why, what it means, how everything works, and what the end goal is for them," Al Arabia's general manager Abdul Rahman al-Rashed explains.
For her work, Salha, who is Lebanese, gets death threats, including when Osama bin Laden's number two, Ayman al Zawahiri, singled the show and Al Arabiya out, by weaving video of both into one of his multi-media diatribes against mass media.
Despite the threats, Salah is undeterred. She goes to the jihadists, wherever they are: in refugee camps off limits even to security forces and to Iraq. She and her team convince subjects to talk to them. It's not easy, but some of these militants apparently think they stand to benefit from a bit of publicity.
The topic of terrorism is so hot that Salha gets attacked from all sides. (ANI)