Al Jazeera is an International TV company with its headquarters in Doha, the capital of Qatar. It was established by the current emir of Qatar, who had overthrown his father before. Al Jazeera started broadcasting in 1996 and became famous in 2001 when it reported about the war in Afganistan.
In 2010-2012, there were some riots and revolutions in the Arabic world. They began in Tunisia and Egypt, then a civil war started in Lybia, and after some riots got started up in Syria. These events are still going on now.
Many people think that modern communications and mass media have contributed to these events. Many dissidents and activists coordinate their actions via twitter, LiveJournal and they are encouraged by the news on TV and the Internet.
Al Jazeera as a leading Arabic TV company doesn't even hide its purpose: to assist and overthrow dictators and bring democracy into the Arabic world.
Is it unfair? No, it is not. It's a business, nothing personal. This is international geopolitics, fighting for resources and spheres of influence. It's a normal process of economic and politic competition between states and cultures.
And who is a winner of all these Arabic revolts? Who takes all benefits? People? No way. The winner is the United States of America. Now, the USA controls these new governments and gets easy access to resources from these countries. It proves that the USA is now a superpower on Earth. But the morning sun never lasts a day...