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Join +Al Jazeera English Friday at 630pm ET for an exclusive Google+ screening of the first film in their new Viewfinder documentary series, "Acting Lessons." 

The series begins in Colombia with the story of an HIV-positive, ex-prostitute and mother who uses theatre to tell the story of Colombia's women today.  

RSVP for the viewing ( and make sure to stay tuned afterward for a Q&A session with the filmmaker and executive producer.

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LOL...  obviously Google doesn't check with search filters before sending this junk.  Pass.
Kevin T
+Tommy Jinks all it took for me to see was Al jazeera involved with it to say no

Q: Do you mean to say that if Israel did not exist, there would suddenly be democracy in Egypt, that the schools in Morocco would be better, that the public clinics in Jordan would function better?
A: I think so.

He either insane (I don't think so) or a liar in sake of Arabic political agenda (more likely).
But sadly and most likely, "it is just mentality of the news person in Arab world".
Al Jazeera is definitely among the best if not the best news agency talking about affairs in Arab world. But, "if this is the best, think about average. And we share same planet with that type of mentality, as well as with the people with shameless mentality of Russian Duma deputies, with mentality of countless other maniacs and idiots who knows what we want without even asking, or thinking we want the same thing as them. And yes, they spreading that sick mentality, like disease. That is sad, but this is the world, get used to it, or leave it."
If you're not interested in the movie, its content, or its message, that's fine, however as far as Al Jazeera goes I'd take them more seriously and open your eyes as it's a respected news organization... consider them the NYT of the Middle East. They aren't tied to any particular religion (or supposedly any government). When the uprisings occurred during the Arab Spring, they had the best coverage... I was constantly tuned to their YouTube Live channel because they don't sensor (as they're not under the jurisdiction of the FCC). Other positive comments can be found on their Wikipedia page:

"In the 2000s, the network was praised by the Index on Censorship for circumventing censorship and contributing to the free exchange of information in the Arab world, and by the Webby Awards, who nominated it as one of the five best news web sites, along with BBC News, National Geographic and The Smoking Gun. It was also voted by readers as the fifth most influential global brand behind Apple, Google, Ikea and Starbucks. In 2011, said Al Jazeera's coverage of the 2011 Egyptian protests was superior to that of the American news media, while U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton also opined that the network's news coverage was more informative, and less opinion-driven than American journalism."
Looks interesting. I am always down to learn more about people in different countries and their cultures, as a civilized, educated person. Nothing wrong with people posting this, keep up the good work content +Google+ 
+wesley chun 
Sure, I also admitted that they are the best news agency covering Arab affairs (and they aren't confined on that region.)
"if this is the best, think about average"
I see that this page is the owner of the G+ Discuss Page.  When I visit that community, there is no join button.  What could be the problem?
+Joshua Keihl I can give a post a plus one and share a post, but I can't create a new post or comment.
So does this movie start at a NY University or a Latin American country? Come on, Google! *Colombia
+Google+ you are the owner of G+ Discuss community and I when I go to the page there isn't a join button.  I can plus one posts and share posts, but I can't comment.  Can you help me.
+Al Remetch You may have been removed and banned from the community for violating the rules of the community.
+Natalie Villalobos I think you are right.  I think I might have posted a link to my community in there.  Today, I see that is against the rules.  Tough lesson.  Would have a appreciated a warning.
I'm reporting +Google+ to homeland security.
What the fuck do you think you are doing, promoting those fucking monsters!? How fucking dare you conduct business on American soil, and then promote that "news" network!
Hey, call Homeland Security, the CIA, the NRA, ALEC, the FBI and the Tea Party while you're at it, you knee-jerk, uninformed, caricature of a patriot.
From an article I read recently about the sale of Al Gore's CurrentTV to Al Jazeera:
"These “diverse” points of view have been observed to present a pro-Islamist bias. In 2011, one of its journalists was arrested in Israel on suspicion of being an agent of the Palestinian group Hamas. Dave Marash, a former Nightline reporter who worked for Al-Jazeera in Washington, said that he left the network in 2008 because he sensed an anti-American bias there."
I could not get in to watch. Did my long speeches /rants break community rules? Could I get a warning instead?
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