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New policy options after the war

By: Remez, Didi.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSubject(s): Mass media and public opinion -- Israel | Peace movements -- Israel | Israel -- Politics and government -- 1993- In: Palestine-Israel journal of politics, economics and culture Vol. 13, no. 3 (2006), pp. 28-30Abstract: The victory of Hamas in the Palestinian parliamentary elections, the escalation in the occupied territories and the war in Lebanon have only decreased public support for the Israeli peace camp. Given the interrelationship between the Israeli government, media and public, it may be time to focus on using the media to tackle the policies which have enabled the occupation to persist instead of convincing Israelis of the need for peace or the existence of a "partner for peace".
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Palestine-Israel journal, Vol. 13, no. 3 (2006) Not For Loan 2006 0000048292

The victory of Hamas in the Palestinian parliamentary elections, the escalation in the occupied territories and the war in Lebanon have only decreased public support for the Israeli peace camp. Given the interrelationship between the Israeli government, media and public, it may be time to focus on using the media to tackle the policies which have enabled the occupation to persist instead of convincing Israelis of the need for peace or the existence of a "partner for peace".

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