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Media Microscope: Lessons from Mumbai Categories: Australasia, Media/ Academia, Terrorism     Author: Jamie Hyams

As tends to be the case after any major terrorist attack, media commentators and editorial writers reacted to the Mumbai atrocity by trying to extract lessons for the benefit of their loyal readers. Two Age editorials were careful to appropriately condemn the terrorists, but still inappropriately pu

Editorial: Failing the Grade Categories: Anti-Zionism, Australasia, Media/ Academia     Author: Colin Rubenstein

The Majority report's politicised approach to the inquiry was very disappointing, as there are legitimate and serious issues regarding bias and intimidation at Australian universities that concern students, and should concern legislators of all political stripes.

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Media Microscope: Botched Balancing Act Categories: Australasia, Media/ Academia     Author: Jamie Hyams

To mark the anniversary of Israel's independence, SBS showed two documentaries about the war of 1947-49. The first, "I Remember 1948", shown on May 13, was so tilted towards the most extreme, absurd Palestinian narrative of the events of 1947-48 that it was laughable.

Media Microscope: Latest from Ramsey Street Categories: Australasia, Israel, Media/ Academia     Author: Jamie Hyams

Sydney Morning Herald columnist Alan Ramsey has become known for writing his articles by quoting at length and endorsing those with whom he agrees - as well as for his vitriolic attacks on Israel. So the occasion of the parliamentary motion congratulating Israel on its 60th anniversary could not be

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