Tag: Media Bias

We Find Ourselves in a New Kind of Egypt – How do we Leave it?

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The Jews and Israel are surrounded by verbal, written and violently genocidal enemies. Who is our Moses, our Aaron, our Miriam?  Who has God appointed to lead us to safety?   We find ourselves in a new kind of Egypt—one in which the Jews and Israel are surrounded and inundated 24/7 by thousands of accusations, […]

Colombia Unbecoming: Hate Week Comes to Latin America

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What is known in English as Israel Apartheid Week (IAW) has made it to Colombia in the form of the Semana contra el Apartheid Israelí. The “week” consisted of a 4 hour session on April, Friday 22, at a public university in Bogotá, featuring Palestinian, South African, Brazilian and Colombian speakers, and a 4 hour […]

Vakhtang Kipiani “Antisemitism in the Media from 1988 to the Present: The Ukrainian and Russian Cases”

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Vakhtang Kipiani is a Ukrainian journalist, chief editor of the well-known website, “Istorychna Pravda.” He was a participant of the Granite revolution of 1990. During the 1990s-2000s, he served as a journalist for several newspapers and TV channels. Kipiani studies the history of the informal press in the former Soviet Union and manifestations of extremism […]

Israel and the Belgian Media: A Mirror of the Israel-Gaza Conflict (July-August 2014)

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By: Dr. Joel Kotek, ISGAP Research Fellow Focusing on the Belgian francophone media’s coverage of the 2014 Gaza conflict, this paper traces the specific ways in which news reporting on the Middle East manifests an inherently anti-Israel bias that draws upon a Western tradition of antisemitic figures and motifs. The Belgian media’s systematically negative predisposition […]

Journalistic Ethics and Mideast Reporting

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In a world at once increasingly chaotic and interconnected, the news media have come to play unprecedented roles both in covering and influencing fast-moving events. The current violence in Israel is all the more disturbing because of the morally ambiguous coverage it receives in the worldwide press. Although this phenomenon is not new – the […]

Daniel Dayan, “Antisémitisme et Média”

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10 fév. “L’antisemitisme et media” Daniel Dayan, Institut Marcel Mauss, EHESS Discutant: Paul Zawadzki, Université Paris I, GSRL GSRL, 59-61 rue Pouchet, 75849 Paris 16h-18h

The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy Newsletter

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The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy Newsletter Volume 6 No. 4 29 August 2014 QUOTE OF THE WEEK “We must take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented. Sometimes we must interfere. When human lives are endangered, when human dignity is in jeopardy, […]

2014-2015 Newsletter Volume 6 No. 2

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The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy
Newsletter
Volume 6 No. 2
15 August 2014

Is Journalism Dead?

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AUGUST 7, 2014 – I have been a journalist for a quarter of a century. I have covered terrorism both in Israel and internationally. I reported on the war in the Balkans, on upheavals in Russia since the fall of the Communism, on peace negotiations between Israel, the Palestinians and the Syrians. I have covered the […]

Can’t Say Terrorism, Can’t Say War on Terror, Islamist Now a No-No

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First they came for terrorism, then it was the war on terror, and now it is Islamism. The AP Stylebook definition for Islamist was changed due to Muslim pressure It seems to have started during the spring of 2009, when Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano first appeared in her new role at a congressional hearing. […]