The Palestinian Israeli conflict has been an ongoing feature of the mainstream media over the last few decades, and yet despite its focus, a resolution to the conflict is still far out of reach. Opinions surrounding the conflict are still deeply divided and this is visible in the ambiguous nature of the information that is generated in the mainstream media. In this way, the main focus of this book is an examination of the mainstream media''s representation of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict and the consequent effects of these ‘constructed realities''. The Propaganda Model features significantly in this work in an attempt to investigate whether the media sources analysed are subjected to the five filters introduced by Noam Chomsky and Edward Herman. As a result this book provides some indication of the ideological constraints faced by each of the news sources, which allows for the emergence of a critical discourse surrounding the role of the media and consequently surrounding the positions of the dominant parties involved in the conflict and their role in the ongoing attempts at reaching a solution.