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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
The Role of The Media
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Table of Contents
by Ziad AbuZayyad
Responsible journalism can dispel myths and stereotypes and diffuse conflicts.
by Richard Eisendorf
The Palestinian media from the dark period of the Intifada to the emergence of the PNA.
by Daoud Kuttab
Palestinian efforts to get to know Israel better are not matched by a parallel interest among Israelis in the Palestinians.
by Danny Rubenstein
New satellite stations allow the Arab viewer to get first-hand information.
by Nabil Khatib
Haaretz is a Hebrew daily which believes in commitment, integrity and the public is right to know
by Hanoch Marmari
There is an almost complete lack of Arab programs and journalists in the Israeli media.
by Atallah Mansour
In a "shrinking planet," the theme of journalism and democracy can stimulate an international dialogue among journalists.
by Edmund Lambeth
The Israeli press may have overcome " guided journalism " but its freedom of expression faces new challenges.
by Hillel Schenker
A dreary symmetry of extremists arguments, occasionally lit up by peace camp sites.
by Ami Isseroff
A Palestinian journalist"s experience with his Israeli counterparts.
by Hamdi Farraj
Palestinians want an independent media that people will look at and listen to before any other station or paper.
by Yasser Abed Rabbo
One of the jobs of the director of the GPO is to make sure that there are no impediments to the legitimate role of journalists in Israel.
by Moshe Fogel
How Arabs and Palestinians relate to the Holocaust and how the Jews relate to the Palestinian victim.
by Hazem Saghiyeh and by Saleh Bashir
Why Israel"s survival depends upon a long-term two-state solution with the Palestinians.
by Maurice D. Harris
A century ago, a Hebrew scholar writes of the affinity between Hebrew and Arabic.
by Eliyahu Sapir
Palestinians, Jordanians and Israelis share the Dead Sea ecosystem, but the lowest place on earth has reached its lowest point.
by Victoria Katan and by Aletta Zijlstra
Each party to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict must also accept the other"s full entitlement to statehood.
by Clive S. Kessler
The Process: One Thousand and Ten Days that Changed the Middle East by Uri Savir Reviewed by Dan Leon An important book on the day-to-day negotiations and the historical significance of the Oslo process.
by Dan Leon
The agreed framework of the Paris Protocol is not functioning satisfactorily and its revision will have to include the demarcation of economic borders.
by Arie Arnon and by Avia Spivak
A true story encompassing all the dilemmas of an Israeli journalist covering the occupied territories.
by Rolly Rosen
The roots of the Nakba go back to the turn of the century and it has been closely shadowed by folk literature ever since.
by Nimer Sirhan
Chronology of Events
Edited by Najat Hirbawi