Palestine Media Watch

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This article is about the Philadelphia-based organization founded by Ahmed Bouzid. For the Israel-based media watchdog, see Palestinian Media Watch.
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Palestine Media Watch (PMWATCH) was an organization established in October 2000 that monitored the U.S. mainstream media's coverage of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict and mobilized against what it deemed to be anti-Palestinian or pro-Israel bias in the coverage of the conflict. The organization focused mainly on issuing letter-writing action calls and publishing reports analyzing coverage. According to the group's founder, Ahmed Bouzid, "There's a paradigm we're trying to change: that Israelis are defending themselves and the Palestinians are attacking, and when the Israelis do something it must be a mistake or an act of self-defense."[1] The organization's website has not been active since about 2009.

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  1. ^ Joann Loviglio (September 19, 2002). "Media-watchers occupy both sides of Israeli-Palestinian conflict". AP Worldstream. 

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