The recent conflict in Lebanon demonstrated the leading role of the media in shaping international opinion. Within days, understanding of Israel’s actions turned to condemnation of Israel’s “disproportionate” response. But was it really Israel that acted “disproportionately” or was it the media’s biased and inaccurate reporting?
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