Peace, Propaganda And The Promised Land

Peace, Propaganda & the Promised Land provides a striking comparison of U.S. and international media coverage of the crisis in the Middle East, zeroing in on how structural distortions in U.S. coverage have reinforced false perceptions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


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July 18, 2013 · 5:23 pm

One response to “Peace, Propaganda And The Promised Land

  1. Christopher Proudlove

    Keep forgetting my headphones to tune in to the tape but let us hope that there is some agreement at least in the upcoming talks set up by John Kerry for the Palestinian Arabs and Israel. I am not optimistic I think this will be another occasion when the Palestinian Arabs miss an opportunity.
    Buster is laughing his head off at Trevor’s attempts to prove that he and I are one and the same. However, we are both agreed that Trevor displays a prowess on the computer that we do not have. But Buster says Trevor’s two-day search was a waste of time as my reply shows. If I was as gifted as Trevor on the computer I would try to find out if he and Johnny are one and the same.
    Buster says he has only responded to Trevor about three or four times and that once I discouraged him from replying because he was too rude! He only responded last week because we sat side by side at the learning centre and I showed him what Trevor was up to on his own website.
    Buster asks: Could Trevor let us know how many people are logging in to his website each day?
    I am a little disturbed to find that I cannot trace certain items I have placed on the website. Have you deleted posts, Trevor?

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