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Since 1914, The Guardian was closely involved with the creation of the state of Israel, a dream that was to become a nightmare for the indigenous Arabs. Based on archives, correspondence, & interviews with journalists, this is the story of how the paper has since tried to match reporting with the sensitivities of the Jewish community.


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Since 1914, The Guardian was closely involved with the creation of the state of Israel, a dream that was to become a nightmare for the indigenous Arabs. Based on archives, correspondence, & interviews with journalists, this is the story of how the paper has since tried to match reporting with the sensitivities of the Jewish community.

28 review for Disenchantment: The Guardian and Israel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Andy

    An interesting book on two accounts: firstly the growth of The Manchester Guardian (with its promotion of a Jewish state solution) and secondly The Guardian's changing relationship with the Israel's more radical Zionist policies. The book's title 'Disenchantment' is possibly too strong a statement. The Guardian, with its liberal views and deep connection with the birth of Israel, still wants to engage with the country and so strives to give its readers balanced reporting. If that coverage is at An interesting book on two accounts: firstly the growth of The Manchester Guardian (with its promotion of a Jewish state solution) and secondly The Guardian's changing relationship with the Israel's more radical Zionist policies. The book's title 'Disenchantment' is possibly too strong a statement. The Guardian, with its liberal views and deep connection with the birth of Israel, still wants to engage with the country and so strives to give its readers balanced reporting. If that coverage is at times critical, so be it. Israel, on the other hand, feels harshly judged, misunderstood and in many ways has come to view The Guardian as an 'anti-Jewish' paper.

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