Greg Felton

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Greg Felton is an award-winning investigative reporter and columnist on Middle East affairs from British Columbia, Canada.

He writes a media column,"Mind over Media" for the monthly Arabic/English newspaper Alberta Arab News, which serves B.C.'s Arabic-speaking community, contributes to mediamonitors.net.

He is the author of the upcoming book Enemies by Design, an examination of how anti-Arab/anti-Muslim propaganda drive U.S. Middle East policy. It shows how demonization of Arabs and Muslims forms an integral part of U.S. imperial policy in the Middle East. And it shows how and why the "war on terror" is a deliberate fraud, and how and why Zionists and Big Oil actively promote anti-Muslim stereotypes.

Mr. Felton holds a Bachelor's degree in Russian Studies and a Masterís in Political Science from the University of British Columbia. He is married with one child.
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