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When the Israelis want you to stop reading, you’ll just have to listen

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Israel has long been criticized for its inability to control the flow of information through its network of media outlets.

As part of an ongoing effort to promote peace and stability in the region, the country has been increasingly focused on its own content and has been criticized by some critics for not keeping the flow and quality of information on the Israeli side as well as its own channels.

But one Israeli news organization, Channel 10, is trying to change that.

The channel has announced a new series of programming that will be exclusively Israel-centric.

The series, titled “The Ark of Peace,” is intended to give viewers a deeper understanding of Israel’s strategic and geopolitical goals and what the country really stands for, said the channel’s president, Elad Halevy.

The first half of the show will focus on the daily life of Israelis living in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.

The second half will look at the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and will also include an interview with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

The program is being produced by the Channel 10 Media Center, which is headed by former Israel Defense Forces chief Yossi Melman and is backed by the Israeli government.

The network’s current programming includes a number of programs focusing on the Middle East and a few on Israeli-Arab relations.

Channel 10 is also the sole Israeli news network that has not broadcast a program on the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians since 2014, when a series of videos went viral and garnered more than one million views.

The latest video shows an Israeli soldier firing live rounds at Palestinian protesters who were gathered near a Jerusalem neighborhood, sparking a wave of anger and violence.

The footage also shows a Palestinian who had been shot in the head and was later found to be alive, apparently conscious.

The Israeli government has denied any wrongdoing in the case, and the Palestinian Authority has called for a new investigation.

Halevy said the series aims to provide viewers with a more detailed understanding of the people of Israel and of the country’s interests.

“It is our mission to inform people that we are Israelis, that we have lived for over 100 years and that we can see through their eyes and understand their lives and their aspirations,” Halevy told The Jerusalem Report in an interview.

Channel ten is also working with Israeli television stations to bring to the screen a documentary about the founding of the Jewish state and the Jewish people by the ancient rabbis.

Channel 9, which has been broadcasting for almost 60 years, has also been heavily criticized for not covering the Gaza war.

It aired an episode of “A New Generation of Israeli Heroes” on Monday that aired during the same time period as the latest series of the channel, which Halevy praised for being a “critical and powerful antidote to the usual ‘just Israel, no matter what.'”

Channel 10 has been trying to do something similar for the Palestinians in the West Bank, and Halevy, who also heads the Israel-based Center for Public Affairs Research (CPAR), said the new series would help make it easier for viewers to learn about the Palestinians.

“We know that there is a Palestinian community in the world, and it’s not just in the Gaza Strip, it’s in Jerusalem and in the South of Israel,” he said.

“If the Palestinian community does not get its due, the whole world will lose faith in it.”

The show will be available to subscribers through the channel at no cost.

The next episode of the series will air on June 14, and a documentary on the history and current situation of the Palestinian territories is expected to air in the coming weeks.

The Hebrew name of the new channel is “Ein al-Aqsa,” which means “the place of God.”

The program, which airs for one week a month, will also have a dedicated Arabic language channel.

“Our aim is to bring Israel’s own perspective to the world’s consciousness and to change the way that people listen to the news,” Halevys said.