The Outlook Leaks! Editor and Staff Bargaining
It appears that neither human rights nor respect, nor professional journalism was driving the decisions made by the editor and staff. It appears to be saving the reputation of the magazine.
Date: Fri, 4 May 2012 12:12:36 +0300
Subject: Re: TO ——-, ——-‘S ARTICLE
Fine. But Mohamad dosen’t get kicked out AND we dont publish any articles
on the issue aside from ——–‘s///
On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 12:46 AM, AUB Outlook <email@example.com> wrote:
> ——– and everyone else,
> I’m very sorry but if you just take a look at all of the hate that Outlook
> AND Mohamad are receiving for his article, the worst thing we could
> possibly do is not let ——– say what she wants to say. If she writes
> something, regardless of what it’s about, and we tone it down, it will
> show. We’ll publish ——–‘s article in the same way we published Mohamad’s
> article: without a shred of editing. If she offends, she offends. If she
> claims, she claims. If you don’t agree I’m sorry. If the rest of the
> board doesn’t agree, I’m sorry. But I’m also sorry that we pulled just
> about the most hypocritical move in the world on Monday and now, we’re
> getting what we deserved for it. If you don’t agree with her article, then
> I want an article apologizing to the people offended but tied in with the
> fact that it’s an individual opinion.
> I’m not just speaking out for what I believe in or for what Outlook is not
> allowed to believe in. I’m speaking out for the life of this newspaper and
> Mohamad’s reputation as well. People are blatantly insulting him and
> Outlook is being called a disgusting publication.
> We have to make amends and that’s that.
> – ———
> On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 6:51 PM, ——————————- wrote:
>> ——–, please ask ——— to keep it…euhh….I can’t find the word but
>> you know what I mean…