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Mark C. N. Sullivan is an editor at a Massachusetts university. He is married and the father of three children. Email
Tuesday, November 11, 2003 National Palestinian Radio: Central Ohio's NPR station declares at its site: As you know, every three months NPR conducts a review of its Middle East coverage in order to make sure that our coverage of this complex area lives up to the highest standards of our journalism. Whatever the merits of criticism of individual pieces and our continuing desire to improve our coverage of this and other areas, NPR's coverage, taken as a whole, carefully brings in competing voices, ideas, and perspectives, and through this coverage, offers listeners the tools to make choices within our democracy.
Against this backdrop comes an account from a pro-Palestinian rally at Ohio State of an attendee who won't denounce suicide bombings – and is alleged to be a reporter from NPR.