Ilene Prusher

Jerusalem Bureau Chief, Christian Science Monitor

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Jerusalem Bureau Chief for the Christian Science Monitor

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The war between Israel and Hezbollah is being fought not just on the ground but also in the media.

In Mid-East Fighting, What's News? What's Propaganda?

The war between Israel and Hezbollah is being fought not just on the ground but also in the media.

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