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Israel’s media: Between trauma and anger (Listening Post)

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Between anguish and rage, Israel’s media are indifferent to the horrors in Gaza.

While Israel processes the trauma of October 7, the country’s media offer minimal scrutiny on the horrors in Gaza. Plus, invasive surveillance in the West Bank.

After three weeks of a punishing Israeli bombardment of Gaza, Israel is still refusing to allow international journalists in.

News outlets and audiences are entirely reliant on local Palestinian reporters, who risk their lives to provide a window into the war

Contributors:
Tal Schneider – Political and diplomatic correspondent, Times of Israel
Nathan Thrall – Author of ‘A Day in the Life of Abed Salama: A Palestine Story’
Joshua Leifer – Journalist, Dissent Magazine
Omar Baddar – Deputy director, Arab American Institute

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