According to some, the news network has even "galvanized" the uprising, which over the past four days has brought tens of thousands of Egyptians to the streets to rally against President Hosni Mubarak's authoritarian regime.
"In many ways, it is Al-Jazeera's moment," The New York Times' Robert Worth and David Kirkpatrick wrote. "Not only because of the role it has played, but also because the channel has helped to shape a narrative of popular rage against oppressive American-backed Arab governments (and against Israel) ever since its founding 15 years ago."
Check out the Al-Jazeera English live stream by clicking here.
Surge Desk hit the Twitter-sphere to round up a few tweets in praise of Al-Jazeera's Egypt coverage:
They said the revolution would be tweeted, could actually be televised live on Al Jazeera English!!! #egypt
Remember, neocons told us Al Jazeera was a propaganda outlet/couldn't be trusted. Now it's making history in Egypt; http://bit.ly/ew0sMd
Get Al Jazeera on ur computer. Disgraceful we have 100s of cable tv channels in U.S. but no Al Jazeera. Media censorship, in a way. #Egypt
If youve read and ignored 1000 other tweets telling you to watch Al Jazeera rt now, let this be the one to convince you http://bit.ly/f4A4gs
Internet, shmitternet. Al Jazeera is such a game changer.
Amazing live streaming on al Jazeera English
More Coverage of the Egypt Protests on Surge Desk:
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Muslim Brotherhood Enters Fray in Egypt: Is That a Good Thing?
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