The Intifada and the Palestinian Press

Journalist and editor Ali Khalili discusses the experience of the Palestinian
press and their relations with the Israeli authorities and military censorship.
He includes a discussion on the relations between members of the press and
their attempts to deal with the reality of their situation. He further examines
their philosophy and methods of work, the role of the press and means of
expression during the first years of the Intifada and the new expressions
which became part of the journalistic language as a result of the Intifada.

Sept. 1, 1989