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9 things the American media isn't telling you about Israel/Palestine

9 things the American media isn't telling you about Israel/Palestine | Conflict Between Religions | Scoop.it
Throughout Israel's Operation Protective Edge in Gaza, which began on July 8, it has become increasingly clear that the U.S. media is biased against Palestinians, using selective coverage, skewed opinion, and false balance to offer implicit support to Israel's stance. Alastair Sloan outlines nine things that the American press is not telling you.
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Inside Israel's and Palestine's Propaganda Wars - US News

Inside Israel's and Palestine's Propaganda Wars - US News | Conflict Between Religions | Scoop.it
As fighting in Gaza escalates, controlling 'the truth' may be as important as military campaigns.
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Religion and Conflict | Beyond Intractability

Religion and Conflict | Beyond Intractability | Conflict Between Religions | Scoop.it
A Virtual Place for Those Working to Improve the Systems of Governance upon Which Our Common Future Depends
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Why did Israel and Hamas go to war in July 2014?

Why did Israel and Hamas go to war in July 2014? | Conflict Between Religions | Scoop.it
The ongoing violence between Israel and Gaza-based militant groups including Hamas, which has killed 1,777 Palestinians and 68 Israelis, was sparked by the June 10 murder of three young Israeli students. It spiraled into an Israeli ground invasion of Gaza.
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Doesn't religion cause most of the conflict in the world?

Doesn't religion cause most of the conflict in the world? | Conflict Between Religions | Scoop.it
Rachel Woodlock, Antony Loewenstein, Jane Caro, Simon Smart: In this extract from the book For God's Sake, one question is asked to four Australian writers with very different beliefs
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