Media will have to answer for intimidation of journalists by Hamas, WJC spokeswoman says
August 7, 2014
NEW YORK – The international media will have to answer for the intimidation by Hamas of journalists working in Gaza, which has produced a one-sided anti-Israel narrative in the mainstream press, World Jewish Congress spokeswoman E.J. Kessler declared today.
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