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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-07-12

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public's appetite first by im-
petuously confessing to an ex-
tra-marital affair several years
ago on primetime television and
then by over-compensating for
the lapse by keeping his wife ,
demonstratively at his side dur-
ing the recent campaign. Since
the election, the Netanyahus
have been chided for thrusting
their children into the limelight
as part of an effort to create the
impression of a latter-day
"Camelot." At the same time, Is-
rael's first couple has repeated-
ly dismissed such criticism and
blamed the press for stalking
them.
The Netanyahus' far more se-
rious complaint, one coming
from the Likud for months if not
years, is that the Israeli media
lists heavily to the left.
Nahum Barnea, one of Is-
rael's leading political colum-
nists, tends to agree — at least
that most journalists were
against Mr. Netanyahu (though
not necessarily for Mr. Peres)
during the campaign.

Israel's media and
the Netanyahus
resemble British
dailies covering the
royal family.

"Like many people in politics,
he believes that behind every
word in the press is a guiding
hand. A plot." Mr. Barnea fore-
cast in a recent issue of The Sev-
enth Eye, a journal about
journalism, "Paranoia will ac-
company him into the Prime
Minister's office."
Now that he's there, other
journalists believe that they see
Mr. Netanyahu's attempt to "di-
vide and conquer" the press by
exploiting its often savage com-
petition.
According to one reading,
miffed by an embarrassing
investigative piece run in
Ma'ariv, Mr. Netanyahu chose
to break with the precedent of
even-handedness and grant his
first print interview as prime
minister to Yediot. The Prime
Minister's Bureau also leaked
an important scoop (about
his advisers' secret meeting
with Yassir Arafat) only to

Yediot.

Soon afterward, Ma'ariv
struck back with "Nannygate."
The mutual suspicion, even
hostility, that marks the rela-
tionship between the new prime
minister and critical parts of the
Fourth Estate may, in time, give
way to a less personal, more rea-
sonable modus vivendi.
If it doesn't, both sides — with
the public caught in the middle
— will be much poorer for the
experience. 0

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