Right now on al-Jazeera, Faisal al-Qassem's The Opposite Direction (the popular program which generated quite the firestorm with its program on Saddam's execution) is hosting a 'discussion' of Shia death squads in Iraq. To the extent that simultaneous screaming constitutes a discussion.
This should calm things down.
UPDATE: evidently, this program really pissed the Iraqi government off (thanks J for the tip) - it blasted al-Jazeera for helping to "spread death and destruction." As Reuters put it, "It gave no reason for the new criticism, but one official in the ruling Shi'ite alliance said a talk show was broadcast on Tuesday that criticized the government and Shi'ite parties." Reuters quoted Ahmed Sheikh, al-Jazeera's editor in chief, calling the statement "unjustified, baseless and ridiculous": "What did we do, nothing? The Iraqi government is looking for a scapegoat to justify their failure in bringing security and stability to Iraqis."