In times of war, dehumanizing the enemy becomes a common strategy to overcome the natural human aversion to killing. This book gives an interesting account of the Ha''aretz coverage of the "Jenin massacre" in 2002, and focuses on the journalistic routines and mechanisms used by the newspaper to portray the image of the Palestinians. Ha''aretz, is one of the leading liberal newspapers in Israel, and it is claimed to be more open to Palestinian input than other newspapers in Israel. Dehumanizing, ethnocentricity, hegemony, censorship and self censorship are some of the points this book touches upon. Dehumanizing The Enemy in War Coverage enhances our understanding of the Israeli- Palestinian conflict and the media world.