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Educational Resources

The Media and the Conflict

Both supporters of the Israelis and the Palestinians constantly accuse the media of being biased in its coverage of the conflict. The articles below attempt to explore this complex issue.

  1. In the Middle East, Even Words Go to War
    By Greg Myre, New York Times, August 3, 2003
    Society of Professional Journalists, February 18, 2003

    Myre discusses how both Israelis and Palestinians often try to sanitize their actions through the language they use to describe it. Most recently has been the debate over whether the Israeli security barrier is to be described as a "fence" or a "wall."
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  2. Media Coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
    A Story of Conflict

    By Abe Aamidor, Brit Tzedek member
    Society of Professional Journalists, February 18, 2003

    Aamidor analyzes the accusations by both pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian watchdogs about media bias in the coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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