Alan at Biased BBC's post about the BBC's reporting of a speech by Qatar's Queen Mum, Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned (who may or may not like corgis but is unlikely to be fond of gin), calls attention to the fact that the BBC thought her Oxford University speech denouncing "Muslim-ophobia" newsworthy.
As far as I can see, only the Guardian (among the UK media) also considered it newsworthy. So it may not have been newsworthy after all.
[I would have found a look at Qatar's increasing role within British universities more newsworthy].
Both the BBC and the Guardian give her speech pretty much criticism-free coverage, for whatever reason.
Unlike the BBC's article, however, the Graun opens up its piece for comment - and I think it's safe to say that even the Guardian's commentariat thinks Sheikha Mozah's grievance-mongering rant is rubbish from start to finish.
Incidentally, fans of the later series from the Star Trek franchise might suspect that Sheikha Mozah (pictured on the right, above) is part of Starfleet.
Live long and prosper - unless you're a kuffir.