Post's Khaled Abu Toameh gets Hudson award

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 8, 2011 16:59

 
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Jerusalem Post Palestinian Affairs reporter and analyst Khaled Abu Toameh will receive on Tuesday his second award this year for his work when the Hudson Institute in New York presents its inaugural Award for Courage in Journalism.

In a press release, the Institute said the award, accompanied by $10,000,  will be granted to Abu Toameh for his commitment to the cause of truth and for promoting reform and democracy and human rights in the Palestinian territories and the Arab world.

In February, Abu Toameh was awarded the 2011 Abramowitz Prize for Media
Criticism.

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