South American journalist Edu Montesanti has joined the editorial team of Blitz as its Editor (International Affairs).
Edu Montesanti is the author of Lies and Crimes of ‘War on Terror’ (Brazil, 2012; Mentiras e Crimes da ‘Guerra ao Terror’, original). Edu is a freelance journalist for Pravda Brazil, and writes for Pressenza (International). He also writes for the Brazilian magazine Caros Amigos, Pravda Report (Russia), Observatório da Imprensa (Brazil), Global Research (Canada), Telesur English (Latin America), Diario Liberdade (Spain), Orinoco Tribune (Venezuela), and Truth Out (US).
Edu worked as a translator for Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo (Argentina), the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA), and Malalaï Joya’s website (Afghanistan).
His researches have been published across the globe.
Here is the link to Edu Montesanti’s website.
As the Editor (International Affairs), Edu Montesanti will be helping Blitz in further expanding its reach by connecting Portuguese and Spanish newspapers while he also will play important role in promoting the ongoing economic progresses of Bangladesh under the magnanimous statesmanship of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. His joining Blitz editorial team will help Bangladesh in finding newer market for its export commodities in South and Latin America, while South and Latin American tourists and investors will be made aware of Bangladesh.
Edu Montesanti’s joining Blitz editorial team now effectively helps the newspaper in further expanding its reach and influence beyond the English readers. At the same time, being an internationally acclaimed columnist, Mr. Edu can also help Bangladesh in spreading the inspiring information about Bangladesh’s becoming a fastest growing economy from an economically struggling nation.
About his joining the editorial team of Blitz, Edu Montesanti said, “About Bangladesh, let me tell you I already fell a growing love for the country due to my sweet and productive interactions with the team of Blitz. Even I have already looked on Google for some Bengali courses online. I will continue to follow Bangladeshi events and hopefully can help the country with more coverages in the international arena”.
It may be mentioned here that a number of internationally known journalists and research-scholars are associated with Blitz, while some of them also are in the editorial team.
Recently, most influential anti-militancy newspaper Blitz and Pressenza, an international news agency dedicated to news about peace and nonviolence with offices in Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Bordeaux, Brussels, Budapest, Buenos Aires, Florence, Lima, London, Madrid, Manila, Mar del Plata, Milan, Montreal, Munich, New York, Paris, Porto, Quito, Rome, Santiago, Sao Paulo, Turin, Valencia and Vienna have agreed to start exchanging contents.
Through this content exchange arrangement, contents exchange between Blitz and Pressenza have already started while Pressenza has been also publishing contents of Bangladesh. This cooperation will continue to grow as Pressenza will also be publishing news and opinion editorials on Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Maldives, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Lao PDR, Cambodia, China, Japan, South Korea, DPR Korea, Brunei, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Oman, Jordan, Syria, Yemen, Iran, Lebanon, Egypt, Israel and other countries in the Asian continents. Team of Blitz have started sending various types of contents on the mentioned nations to Pressenza.
Blitz is an independent newspaper, established in 2003 for the purpose of presenting balanced coverage of events. Since inception, we have been vigorously confronting radical Islam and militancy; denouncing antisemitism and Holocaust denial, and promoting interfaith harmony.
Blitz firmly believes, it is the responsibility of the state not only to protect and defend the citizen but also to create the conditions – political, social, economic, and cultural, in which all citizens may achieve their highest potential as human beings. It is committed to the principle of individual freedom.
Blitz’s slogan is – Fears None But God, meaning, we have the audacity of publishing truth against lies and bias. For years, we have been upholding this principle despite extreme adversity. In today’s world of insanity and biased journalism, Blitz possibly is the only newspaper that has been boldly confronting radical Islam. For this reason, it has emerged as the most influential newspaper enjoying credibility and acceptability amongst the policymakers in the world. Because of our investigative reports, Islamist militancy groups such as Hizbut Tahrir, Hizbut Towhid, Khatmey Nabuwat Movement, etcetera were banned in Bangladesh and the West. Blitz has been the first newspaper to expose the notorious activities of Zakir Naik, a radical Islamic preacher, who has now been banned in a number of countries including Bangladesh, Canada, India, and the United Kingdom.
Editor of this newspaper, Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury is a multi-award winning anti-radical Islam and anti-militancy journalist with international acclaim. Under his courageous and dynamic leadership, a team of seasoned journalists is working hard in presenting hard-hitting reports as well as analytical opinion editorials. Columnists from around the world are contributing to this newspaper since its inception.
Blitz truly is a newspaper of international standards published from Bangladesh. It has both print and online editions.
All the contents of Blitz are instantly crawled by Google News, Yahoo News, Bing News, Baidu News, Opera News, MSN News, AOL News, News360, DuckDuckG0, World News (WN), and other major search engines. It is regularly quoted by most of the front-ranking news outlets around the world. Blitz also has syndication and content exchange agreement with over 750 newspapers such as Hindustan Times, Afternoon Voice, Daily Nation, National Mirror, Nepali Times, Sunday Observer, The Sunday Guardian, and news agencies around the world.
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