Samir Khader is the Executive Editor for Sky News Arabia, after having been the Program Editor of Qatar-based broadcaster Al Jazeera. He comes from Jordan. He has degrees in journalism and mathematics from universities in Grenoble and Paris. Khader began his career as a TV journalist in 1979 on French television. He worked for many years in Jordan as a journalist in television news before joining Al Jazeera. He is well known for being featured in the documentary film Control Room, when he was a senior producer.
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"Between us, if I am offered a job with FOX, I would take it - to change the arab nightmare to the american dream....I still have that dream. Maybe I will never be able to do it, but I have plans for my children - When they finish their high school, I will send them to America to study there. I will pay for their study, and they will stay there."
-Control Room, interview with Samir Khader
- Counter Currents - Al-Jazeera: Holding The Head High interview with Samir Khader, February 7, 2006
- CBC News - Passionate Eye Showcase: Control Room program on the making of the documentary film, September 26, 2004
- IPA - Voices That Must Be Heard - Inside Al Jazeera: A Conversation with Samir Khader interview July 1, 2004 issue
- In These Times - Inside Al-Jazeera interview June 18, 2004
- Philadelphia City Paper - The View From Here interview June 18, 2004
- LA Weekly - Meeting Al-Jazeera extensive interview June 4, 2004
- Democracy Now! - Bush: We'll Stay The Course In Iraq & Send More Troops If Needed speech and reactions May 25, 2004 with transcript, audio and video Pacifica Radio report and audio
- Democracy Now! - Massacre in Fallujah: Over 600 Dead, 1,000 Injured, 60,000 Refugees April 12, 2004 with transcript, audio and video
- Samir Khader on Internet Movie Database
- "Inside Al Jazeera" interview by Mridu Chandra and Rehan Ansari The Brooklyn Rail (June 2004)
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