The following link is one I found while searching myths of Middle Eastern media. Since there is so much conflict in the Middle East, as well as animosity between the United States and the Middle East, I thought it would be very interesting to learn what they might see on the news in their daily life. This link brought me to several myths with corresponding facts that answer what is really going on. For example, a particular claim that stood out to me is that "Al-Jazeera is the 'Arabic CNN' providing the Arab world with an objective source of news." Using the most important critical thinking principle related to this claim, falsifiability, I think about how the claim that their news may be objective can be contradicted. In fact, there is specific evidence explained in the above link that it is objective, confirming the claim even after using critical thinking principles. A scholar, Dr. Abd Al-Hamid Al-Ansari, dean of Shar'ia and Law at Qatar University, described it the best, "There is a difference between giving different opinions an opportunity [to be heard] and leaving the screen open to armed murderers to spread their ideas," My personal opinion is that ours is as well. Just as our media has turned us to believe that the Middle East and all or most of its people are terrorists, maybe their media portrays all Americans to be something we are not. According to this logic, I believe that the claim has some truth behind it and that the idea that all media outlets will have some obscurity when viewing cultures that are foreign to them.