The editorial principles of wmal.net on news to be published in cases of war, conflict, terror, violence and disaster are as follows:
In war, conflict, terrorism, violence and disaster situations, it takes into account universal human rights, national security and public order, while making the news that the public's right to information requires, for example, responsible broadcasting.
It refuses to broadcast that will incite the society to violence, terrorism, ethnic discrimination or that will incite the people to hatred and enmity by considering class, race, language, belief, gender and region differences.
It will create feelings of hatred among people; stays away from all kinds of publications and approaches that will cause fear, chaos, enmity, panic and intimidation.
Your publications encourage violence, spread fear, incite trauma, harm the principles of equality and justice, humiliate human dignity, and discourage discrimination.
It publishes its news in the event of war, conflict, terrorism and violence without exaggeration, based on objective data and an authoritative source as much as possible. Complies with the publication ban of the authorized authorities.
It does not publish the names of those who lost their lives after a terrorist attack, accident or natural disaster without their families knowing.
Since it accepts the sanctity of human life as indispensable, it does not broadcast to offend victims and their relatives in terror, violence and disaster events.
In war, conflict, terror and disasters, it is based on protecting the privacy of the person and respecting the honor of the dead, no matter who they are.
It refrains from publishing images and photographs that show the execution of death sentences and the painful killing of people.
Publish images that undermine human dignity, the faces of the dead and wounded, the mangled body, or the mangled body, which will cause psychological concussion in the public.
It does not broadcast that has the nature of direct or indirect propaganda of criminal and terrorist organizations.
It does not use the language, jargon, definitions, images and implications of terrorist organizations in a way that would help the propaganda of terrorism.
In the event of any natural disaster, violence or terrorism, the news and images it receives, taking into account the social benefit and consultation, receives and sends messages. Source: Our Publication Principles