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Arab Media Analyses:

Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in A non-denominational, educational organization devoted to promoting accurate and balanced coverage of Israel and the Middle East. Members hold diverse political views, but are united in opposing media bias and misinformation.

FLAME FLAME (Facts and Logic About the Middle East) has for over fifteen years brought the truth about Israel and the Middle East conflict to the attention of an American public that is mostly uninformed and misinformed about these matters. The media -- both print and broadcast -- are with few exceptions biased against Israel.

Independent Media Review and Analysis IMRA as founded in 1992, by Drs. Aaron and Joseph Lerner, as an ongoing analysis of developments in Arab-Israeli relations. Awarded credentials by the Government of Israel as a news organization, IMRA provides an extensive digest of media, polls and significant interviews and events.

Middle East Media and Research Institute MEMRI is an independent, non-profit organization providing translations of the Arab media and original analysis and research on developments in the Middle East. The Arab world tends to say one thing in English, but a very different message in Arabic. Blood libels and fabrications of Israeli-sponsored massacres are common. Memri provides important translations of the Arabic media.

Palestine Media Watch We monitor the Palestinian news media and what they say to the Arab world. For further information, contact PMW Director, Itamar Marcus.

The Center for Monitoring the Impact of Peace We are a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization established in 1998. Its purpose is to encourage the development and fostering of peaceful relations between peoples and nations, by establishing a climate of tolerance and mutual respect founded on the rejection of violence as a means to resolving conflicts. Is it possible to establish and maintain a climate of peace when the people of the countries and communities directly concerned are being taught from early childhood to beware of other peoples and communities, receive a negative and hateful image of their neighbors, and are led to identify almost exclusively with heroes embodying the cult of force and the resort to violence? This is one of the crucial questions that the Center is considering, especially through the study of curricula, schoolbooks for students and handbooks for the teachers, a revealing indicator of the views and values societies want to instill in their youth. CMIP will disseminate these findings and consider initiatives to promote the renunciation of violence and the changing of stereotypes.