Shmuel Rosner highlights an interesting observation from the former editor of Ha'aretz, Hanoch Marmari, who once said that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict "has created a real crisis of values for journalism. I believe I can compress the enormous volume of coverage and comment into four cardinal sins: obsessiveness, prejudice, condescension and ignorance."

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