With Patricia Naylor: When Journalists Become Targets
FRONTLINE/World correspondent Patricia Naylor says
that reporting this story was "the most dangerous thing I've
ever done." Read about her background in the region and her
take on the people and events profiled.
The Palestinians and
While "In the Line of Fire" focused on violence
at the hands of the Israel Defense Forces, press freedom organizations
have also condemned the Palestinian Authority's draconian treatment
of the media. Read about the significant risks to journalists
reporting from Palestinian-controlled zones.
Up for the Reporters
Joel Campagna of the Committee to Protect Journalists answers
questions about how his organization weighs contradictory claims
of abuse and comments on current conditions for reporters on the
ground in conflict zones.
Divergent Israeli Views
Two Israelis -- a government spokesman and a prominent journalist -- square off
over press restrictions and the treatment of Palestinian reporters.
note: This page was slightly updated in June of 2003 for the
encore broadcast of "In the Line of Fire."