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Directed by Philippe Bensoussan
Written by Jacques Tarnero
Release date
  • 2003 (2003)
Running time
100 minutes
Country France
Language French

Décryptage is a 2003 documentary written by Jacques Tarnero and directed by Philippe Bensoussan.[1] The French film (with English subtitles) examines media coverage of the Arab–Israeli conflict in the media of France, and concludes that the media's presentation of the Arab–Israeli conflict in France is consistently skewed against Israel and may be responsible for exacerbating antisemitism.[2][citation needed]

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