There’s still some shame and guilt associated with admitting the truth, even in private.
So instead of sharing a bunch of detailed stats that might be wrong, I’ll simply share the big picture elements.
In the West Bank, the PA Ministry of Information regulates all television and radio station licenses.
Although no official measures have been taken, West Bank authorities often treat Hamas-affiliated outlets—most prominently Al-Quds and Al-Aqsa TV—as “illegal” and thus subject to persistent harassment.
May 21, 04 Dear visitor, It has come to my attention that due to certain liberties I have taken with poetic license in the stories I write for Messing About in Boats (29 Burley St. I took it to the big-deal Cedar Key messabout in an attempt to dispel a little of that skepticism.
One of the things that continually surface is a hint of disbelief about my series of articles in Messing covering the building and performance of the radical “Rescue Minor” which is my bastardization of a William Atkin shallow draft Seabright skiff style tunnel boat.
In 2015, the state raked in about 8 million for the year, a slight decline from 2014.
With November and December revenue still to be calculated, things are looking good for the Silver State to match 2015 figures.
The month of October can be looked at through a glass half full, glass half empty lens.
Press freedom in the Palestinian territories is restricted by ongoing violence, as well as abuses at the hands of three different governing authorities: the Fatah-controlled Palestinian Authority (PA) in the West Bank; the Hamas-led government in the Gaza Strip; and the Israeli military, which occupies parts of the West Bank and is at war with Hamas.
Journalists faced harassment, detentions, assaults, and restrictions on their freedom to report throughout 2011.
According to a 2011 report by the Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA), physical attacks, arrests, detentions, and confiscation of equipment by both Palestinian security forces increased by over 45 percent between 20, a trend that continued in 2011.
The cumulative pressure has driven many journalists to practice self-censorship.