February 15, 2013

Israel's Sad Prisoner X Media Censorship

Aluf Benn, The Guardian

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The media gag on the death of Mossad agent Ben Zygier relied not on coercion but on public support for a high-security state.

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TAGGED: Mossad, Middle East, Israel

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