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January 12, 1990 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-12

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Do Israelis Think Their
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Jerusalem (JTA) — In
struggling for the free flow
of information about the in-
tifada, the Israeli press faces
not only military censorship
but opposition from large
segments of the public, who
believe the less news the
better for national security.
"One talks about the
public's right to know," said
Hanna Zemer, editor of the
newspaper Davar. "But it
turned out that most of the
public does not want to

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know," she said at a Tel
Aviv University symposium.
Professor Ephraim Ya'ar,
dean of the social sciences
faculty at Tel Aviv Univer-
sity, said recent surveys
show that more than half the
population believes the press
has too much freedom in
Israel, and that more than
60 percent believe that
expanded press freedom is
harmful to the security of
the state.
Ya'ar attributed much of
that feeling to weariness
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Bank and Gaza Strip.
The Israel Defense Force,
meanwhile, considers itself
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ting responsibilities of keep-
ing the media informed and
preserving security.
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