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Piers Morgan heading to Hamas-run TV channel

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Piers Morgan heading to Hamas-run TV channel

Rumours that axed CNN host will front new chat show on al-Aqsa TV

GAZA CITY: Just a day after his talk show was sensationally axed by CNN, rumours have emerged that Piers Morgan will next be taking his unique brand of chat to the Occupied Territories.

According to unconfirmed reports, the UK broadcaster and former newspaper editor will soon be heading up a new prime time program on al-Aqsa TV, the official Hamas-run television channel broadcast from the Gaza Strip.

“Piers is despised almost as much as Bin Laden was in the United States, so he’s an ideal choice to help boost al-Aqsa’s ratings during that traditionally difficult Saturday evening slot between Murder She Wrote and Survivor,” said regional media analyst Reem Abamayan.

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  1. wazim al dulbuggir

    February 25, 2014 at 7:52 am

    Ha ha ha that’s awesome! can’t wait for him to work his gun control magic on the Middle Eastern wedding crowd…

  2. deranged of Tunbrdge-Wells

    February 26, 2014 at 11:39 am

    Why are people speaking ill of Piers Morgan? The man should be Sir Piers Morgan CBE, at the very least.
    There has never been a more level-headed, honest, constructive, objective journalist to come out of Fleet Street. A truly honourable gentleman.
    He carries so much more gravitas than Paxo, Dimbleby, Wogan for example.
    He has also fiddled with fewer boysthan your avrage Priest, too.

    Give the man medal, an give him some prime time air time.

  3. Ali

    February 26, 2014 at 12:32 pm

    I have never heard of him so will not watch.

  4. BBC (Bad Being-Sports Commentator)

    March 1, 2014 at 2:40 am

    Please put Mr. Morgan on an Arabic news channel, let him speak english and then dub over his voice(poorly) in Arabic.

    It seems to work with the football.

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