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Wednesday, December 10, 2008 

A web serial that gives a clearer picture about Israel's "settler-media" relationship

Haaretz writes about a new web serial called Hill 769, featured on Arutz Sheva's website. What's interesting here is the following:
In "Giva 769" ("Hill 769"), currently serialized on settler radio station Arutz Sheva's web site, Director Yehezkel Lang's viewers are bombarded with the truth about relations between settlers and the media, from the settlers' point of view.
Note: as a left-wing paper, it shouldn't be too surprising that they might call them a "settler company", when they have tried to offer programs for more than just "settlers".
Take for instance this dramatic scene, where radio reporter Yaron Meged contacts Yaakov, a hilltop dweller with long sidelocks and tsitsit (ritual fringes) blowing in the wind.

Only a few moments earlier, the settler had thrown Meged out of his house and vehemently refused to be interviewed, but once Meged is attacked by a terrorist at the Hawara junction, he begs Yaakov to come and save him, and the settler obliges.
Read the rest. But what they're trying to show here is how, despite the distaste the "settler" has for the journalist because of his negativity, he will not turn his back on him if he's in danger. Which is to set a good example and show that life is not a sacrifice, and that they won't refuse to help a defenseless man/woman/child whose life is in danger. And that's setting a GOOD example even the MSM could consider.

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