There are a lot of scary and potentially life-threatening incidents happening around the world every day.
And you don’t even need to be a journalist or a media critic to know the difference between a dangerous incident and a scaremongering story.
This week, we’ve been covering the latest incidents around the globe that have taken place as a result of the recent spate of violence in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
The latest was a recent incident in Saudi Arabia, where an armed man attacked a Saudi Arabian Airlines flight from Dubai to Riyadh.
According to the Saudi Press Agency, the attacker was wearing a mask, a bulletproof vest, and had a machine gun on him.
The incident took place during the Saudi Airline’s flight to Riyadh, when the flight had to land in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) because the Saudi Arabian airline had not been able to fly out of its base in Dubai.
According to the AP, the Saudi Airlines pilot told the flight attendants on board that the man was “acting crazy” and had refused to board the plane because he was “furious” at the plane’s lack of oxygen.
The flight crew then tried to communicate with the man, but the man refused to leave.
As soon as the man got on the plane, he began “stealing” items from the flight crew, including flight books, laptops, and cameras, according to the report.
The man then demanded money from the attendants, and the flight attendant then tried unsuccessfully to get him to hand over the items.
After refusing to hand the items over, the man reportedly began attacking the flight staff.
According the AP report, the flight captain fired shots at the man.
He was then tackled by the flight passenger, who then wrestled him to the ground.
The two were then transported to an ambulance.
According the Saudi Arabia’s Health Ministry, there were three passengers on the flight.
The first was the pilot, the second was the flight’s flight attendant, and two other passengers were passengers on board.
The fourth passenger was the emergency medical technician, who was not injured in the incident.
The Saudi Arabian government has released a statement saying that the hijacking happened while the Saudi government was in the UAE, and that the pilot was “not the first one to carry out a hijacking.”
The Saudi Arabian Airline has also issued a statement denying that the attack happened on the airline’s plane.
It’s important to note that there is a very real possibility that there are a number of other incidents that could have been prevented, but that have not been reported.
The fact is that these incidents are happening all over the world, and it’s important that we continue to report on them.
As a media watchdog, I am deeply concerned by the rise in the frequency of these attacks.
Media reports that say, “There was no attack,” or “It was an accident,” do not tell the whole story.
Media coverage should be based on the facts, and this is what we have been seeing with the Saudi incident.
Media outlets like CNN and the New York Times have published many pieces on the matter, but many others have not done so, either because they were afraid of getting sued or simply did not want to risk being labeled as “fake news.”
The lack of coverage is a real problem.
A recent study conducted by the Media Research Center at the University of Maryland showed that nearly one-third of Americans said they were “very concerned” or “somewhat concerned” about the media coverage of incidents such as the Saudi hijacking, the Orlando nightclub attack, or the Paris attacks.
It’s no wonder that journalists are becoming increasingly concerned about the frequency and severity of such incidents, as more and more people are finding themselves targeted by angry mobs.
Media outlets have to start taking the threat of violent protests seriously, and take the right steps to protect their employees and staff.
We must start publishing information on these incidents in a timely manner.
The Washington Post, for example, released an op-ed piece on Tuesday about the Saudi airline hijacking.
It noted that, “The Saudi government has not been willing to hold public demonstrations or to hold the country’s citizens accountable for violence and terrorism in the kingdom.
Saudi Arabia is the world’s largest oil producer and has a long history of violence, and we should all be very concerned about what is happening in the region.”
Media outlets are often criticized for not reporting the news, but in this case, the problem is far more serious.
When news organizations are criticized for publishing information that is inaccurate, it only serves to create a more dangerous environment for journalists.