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The 6 Questions About Paywalls You Were Afraid to Ask

The 6 Questions About Paywalls You Were Afraid to Ask

I’ve received a few reader queries about newspaper paywalls: What are they? How do they work? Why do we link to paywalled articles in our critiques and Israel Daily News Stream? And how can readers get around them? 1. What’s a paywall? A paywall is a way of blocking Internet readers from reading a web

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Comments and the Roar of the Crowd

A sampling of the latest emails . . . 1. Regarding the video of the Egyptian kid I noted in yesterday’s Israel Daily News Stream. From: …@verizon.com Subj: Re: IDNS: Car Bomb Rocks Hezbollah How can we get that 12 year old kid, who was interviewed, to be nominated as the next interim president of

Tired of Seeing Israel Slammed in the Media – v2

Why is the struggle for media fairness so important? The media sways public opinion, which directly affects foreign policy towards Israel. HonestReporting was formed in 2000 to respond to unfair coverage against Israel in the wake of the second Intifada. Since then, it’s prompted hundreds of corrections and retractions in the media. Stay informed on

Tired of Seeing Israel Slammed in the Media?

Why is the struggle for media fairness so important? The media sways public opinion, which directly affects foreign policy towards Israel. HonestReporting was formed in 2000 to respond to unfair coverage against Israel in the wake of the second Intifada. Since then, it’s prompted hundreds of corrections and retractions in the media. Stay informed on

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The Story Behind Our Video

Perhaps the biggest media myth is that Israel and its leaders simply aren’t interested in peace. The seeds of our new video, Don’t Be Misled – Israel Wants Peace go back one year ago this month. That’s when Time magazine blared on its cover, Why Israel Doesn’t Care About Peace. Outraged readers gave Time the grand prize: the

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Israel Muse Wins Pro-Israel Blog-Off

Aussie Dave just announced the final results of the 2011 Pro-Israel Blog-Off. Congratulations to the grand prize winner,  Israel Muse. I’ve enjoyed seeing Israel’s supporters show what they’re capable of doing as I blogged the competition. My fervent hope is that readers become inspired and empowered to take their Internet activism to a new level

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