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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
Media and the Second Intifada
Vol.10 No.2 2003
Table of Contents
The second Intifada has stifled freedom of expression in the Palestinian press.
by Mohammed Daraghmeh
Confronting political and logistical difficulties in the search for the truth
by Charles Enderlin
Despite its claims, the Israeli press is far from "free".
by Ata Qaymari
The Israeli media, with some exceptions, have provided a one-sided, partial, censored and biased picture of reality.
by Daniel Dor
Examining the postive and negative repercussions of satellite TV coverage of the war in Iraq
by Abdel Karim Samara
The consequences of politically driven reporting.
by Mohammed Dajani
A critical look at the constraints and bias shaping mainstream media with regard to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
by Anthony Lowstedt and by Husam Madhoun
The emergence of transnational Arab satellite TV, particularly al Jazeera, has revolutionised coverage of this conflict.
by Khalil Rinnawi
The Israeli and Palestinian medias have tended to promote conflict not reconciliation.
by Gadi Wolfsfeld
An Interview with the BBC s Middle East bureau chief, Andrew Steel
interview with Andrew Steele
A PIJ Roundtable with Amos Harel, Elias Zananiri, Ronni Shaked and Khaled Abu Aker. Simon Wilson, the BBC's senior Middle East producer, moderated
The UN's Special Coordinator in the region spells out his expectations for the Road Map
by Terje Roed-Larsen
Journalists should separate propaganda from news, puncture stereotypes and end the focus on violence.
by Danny Schechter
A review of Tom Segev‘s book "One Palestine, Complete" by Dan Leon.
by Dan Leon
An extract from the World Bank's March report on the Palestinian economy.
by Dan Urian
by Nazih Abu Nidal
Chronology of Events
Edited by Najat Hirbawi