ei: EI’s Ali Abunimah speaks about media coverage of Gaza conflict

EI’s Ali Abunimah speaks about media coverage of Gaza conflict
Interview, SBS Radio, 14 January 2009

As the war in Gaza continues, accurate reporting has been complicated by the closure of borders, unreliable telecommunications, and the highly political nature of the conflict.

Ali Abunimah co-founded The Electronic Intifada in 2001, hoping to provide independent and fearless coverage of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. He spoke with Rebecca Lewis of Australia’s SBS Radio about his assessment of the media’s coverage of this complex, decades-old conflict.

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