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Prison 1391 -

in the media

February 2011

Introduction

This report reviews the coverage of Al Quds, Al Ayyam, and Al Haya Al Jadida of the Israeli High Court ruling on January 21, 2011, which allows the Israeli security authorities to continue operating Prison 1391. The coverage of the three key Palestinian daily newspapers in question is that of January 22, 2011. Needless to say that Palestinian and Arab detainees are locked up in Prison 1391. The Court ruling is in defiance of a lawsuit filed by HaMoked: the Center for the Defense of the Individual in Israel to shut down the prison, which was kept secret until it was exposed to the public by the Israeli daily newspaper Haaretz in 2003.

 

Prison 1391 is a structure built of cement. It is located in the central part of Israel. It is in the middle of a Kibutz that is almost invisible because it is surrounded by thick trees and high walls.
The prison is adjacent to the Green Line, the border separating Israel proper from the West Bank. It is a no man's land that is also wiped out of aerial photography. To Continue...

 


 

Igniting the Peace Process -

Palestinian Media Coverage of the Palestinian-Israeli Recommenced Peace Talks 2010

February 2011

 

Introduction


This report reviews the coverage of Al Quds, Al Ayyam, and Al Haya Al Jadida regarding the developments of the Palestinian-Israeli peace process on the eve of the meeting, which was held in Washington DC, between the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, the Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu, the American President BarakObama, and the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, early September 2010.

 

The coverage entails the three main Palestinian daily newspapers and the way theyhandled the Washington meeting as of September 1 until September 13, as well as theway the three key dailies handled the incidents and developments that emerged during the meeting especially the shooting incident of settlers near Hebron which killed four. Al Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, claimed responsibility of the shooting.


The incident coincided with the Washington meeting. The purpose of the attack, according to a number of reactions to the incident, was to derail the peace talks. The shooting had Israeli and Palestinian reactions as well as Arab and international reactions. To Continue...

 

 


 

The Freedom Flotilla -

Palestinian Media's Presentation of the Event
September 2010

Introduction

The blockade of the Gaza Strip began in April 2005, after a unilateral decision by Israel considering the Gaza strip to be an independent entity, whereupon Israel evacuated all settlers living in Gaza by way of giving up its authority over the area. The blockade led to a humanitarian and economic crisis, resulting in the closing of 95% of factories and workshops, and tens of thousands losing their jobs causing the number of unemployed to rise to the highest percentage in the world.

 

After the success of Hamas in the 2007 legislative elections, Israel intensified its blockade of Gaza to an unprecedented level, after Hamas' coming to power in Gaza and expulsion of the National Palestinian Authority. The blockade led to a ban on bringing in materials and goods, deep sea fishing, the closing of border crossings between the Strip and Israel, and a ban on Palestinians moving between the West Bank and Gaza. To Continue...


 


 


 

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