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What role does the media play when it comes to conflict situations? It isn’t much different than non-conflict times. It’s to be the ears and eyes of the people. But what happens when the media is directly involved in the situation?
Take for example, the armed criminals that have invaded Sabah at the moment. How does the Malaysian media handle it? It can get quite complicated. We’re not used to it since Malaysia isn’t exactly a war-mongering country like the USA.
I, as a Malaysian journalist, of course, will openly admit that I support fully the protection of Malaysia’s security and sovereignty. And so where does my loyalty lie? Of course, the Malaysian people are those who I will be serving in my duty as a journalist. [Click to read the full article at English.AstroAwani.com]
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