By Daniel Dor
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'Daniel Dor analyses how Israeli press and tv conceal the clash with the Palestinians. He argues that investigative reporting and dissent are often marginalised. even supposing the media are in no way uniform, he reveals that the tales they inform replicate their emotional identity with their readers and viewers.' Philip Schlesinger, Professor of movie and Media reviews, collage of Stirling 'Dor's publication offers considerable facts of the way the Israeli loose press simply become an software of propaganda. ... for my part, the e-book helped me recover from the disappointment of seeing the truth I defined absolutely marginalised in print.' Amira Hass, journalist for the Israeli day-by-day Ha'aretz 'Daniel Dor is a courageous and non-conventional Israeli reader of his country's media in wartime. he's neither misled by way of kingdom propaganda nor affected psychologically by means of Palestinian terrorism. He significantly stories Israeli media experiences, exploring the best way that they typically undertake a siege mentality that mixes victimhood with a collective demonisation of the Palestinians.' Dr. Menachem Klein, writer of The Jerusalem challenge: The fight for everlasting prestige within the 3 years that experience handed given that Operation protecting safeguard - 3 years marked via denial, deceit, rage and resentment - one truth is still uncontroversial: by no means, until eventually the operation, had there been this type of large breach among the Israeli collective attention and foreign public opinion. Israeli student Daniel Dor measures this hole and concludes that Israeli society has withdrawn into an unparalleled feel of isolation and victimization - principally as a result of the position performed via the Israeli media. varied media retailers supplied their readers and audience with considerably varied views at the operation, yet all of them shared a undeniable emotional angle, no longer vis-à-vis the operation itself, yet in family to the worldwide discourse of blame opposed to Is
'Daniel Dor analyses how Israeli press and tv conceal the clash with the Palestinians. He argues that investigative reporting and dissent are mostly marginalised, even if the media will not be uniform. [His clarification is that the Israeli media are stuck within the grip of emotional id with their readers and audience. they must inform tales which are acceptable.' Philip Schlesinger, Professor of movie and Media reports, collage of Stirling 'Dor's publication supplies plentiful facts of the way the Israeli loose press simply changed into an device of propaganda, geared at justifying and inspiring the escalating army guidelines of the Israeli governments opposed to the Palestinians.... for my part, the e-book helped me recover from the disappointment of seeing the truth I defined absolutely marginalized in print.' --Amira Hass, journalist for the Israeli day-by-day Ha'aretz
About the Author
A former journalist, Daniel Dor teaches on the division of Communication,Tel Aviv college, and is a graduate of Stanford collage. A revised translation of an prior e-book, Intifada Hits the Headlines, was once released through Indiana collage Press in 2003. He has labored as a senior information editor in of Israel's best newspapers.
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Here, for instance, is a paragraph from a commentary written by Ronny Shaked, published on page 9 of the March 31 issue, under the headline: “This is Not the Way to Vanquish the Palestinians”: True, even without the defeat of Ramallah and the siege on Arafat, the Palestinians would have continued their infernal attacks. But yesterday’s attack in Tel Aviv, as well as the one in Jerusalem on Friday, are directly connected to Ramallah. They prove that the IDF – with its military superiority, its technology and trained soldiers – can easily move into the cities of the West Bank, but it cannot defeat the Palestinians and it certainly cannot do away with terror.
Such a massacre did not take place. ” When it finally emerged that no such massacre had occurred, Israel gained a few significant points in the propaganda war: it now had “evidence” of the overall falsity of Palestinian reports. Needless to say, the entire Israeli media immediately rejected the massacre accusations. But this fact by no means exhausts the discussion about the way they covered the Jenin events. The significant point is that they concentrated, almost without exception, on the accusations themselves, on the very fact that Israel was being accused – even after it became clear that other Palestinian claims, severe in their own right, were much more accurate than those concerning a possible massacre.
In one of them, residents of the refugee camp are interviewed. The headline reads: “We Will Teach the Children to Hate Jews Even More”. The other article is titled: “The Plan that was Stopped: IDF Cooler Vans were Already Stationed on the Camp’s Outskirts”. The importance of this article cannot be overestimated, even if only to prove, yet again, that on-the-ground, independent reporting is simply indispensable. The Palestinians saw these vans and claimed that the IDF intended to “clean up” the area and bury the dead before the international press was allowed into the camp.