August 10, 2006

Lebanon, Hezbollah, and the Media

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The posting of this link may stir up some controversy, but what the hell.

I offer little analysis of the blog entry to which I have linked, and instead post it simply as interesting article to read on the state of the media today, and the way in which it is played — often without us realising.

Interestingly enough, I came across the article via the BBC's Editors' blogs following the sacking of a Reuter's photographer for doctoring his photographs.

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  1. Hamid Sirhan

    Let's say, for argument's sake, that Hizbullah is exploiting it…

    They wouldn't have had anything to exploit if Israel hadn't bombed a building containig dozens of civilians, a majority of which were children.

    If you don't want bad press, don't bomb civilians! Naughty Israel! Naughty!

    26 Aug 2006, 06:53

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