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The Occupation-Image: A Deleuzian Analysis of Videos from the Israeli Occupation of Palestine

The Occupation-Image: A Deleuzian Analysis of Videos from the Israeli Occupation of Palestine boaz hagin and roy wagner Rearticulating the Conflict b'tselem (hebrew for "in the image of"), the Israeli information center for human rights in the occupied territories, is one of Israel's most prominent human rights nongovernmental organizations (NGOs). Founded in 1989, its goal is to document and educate about human rights violations in the occupied territories, to combat denial among the Israeli public about what goes on in the territories, and to ensure that Israel's government "protects the human rights of resi dents there and complies with its obligations under international law" ("About B'Tselem").1 In 2005, B'Tselem established a video department and added moving images to its human rights reports. In this article we look mainly at two groups of videos distributed by B'Tselem. One is the video reports by B'Tselem's researchers, which document Israeli violations of the human rights of Palestinians in the occupied territories and which B'Tselem has boaz hagin is a senior lecturer in the Department of Film and Television, Tel Aviv University. He is the author of Death in Classical Hollywood Cinema (2010), the coauthor with Thomas Elsaesser of Memory, Trauma, and Fantasy in American Cinema (2012), and the coeditor of Just Images: Ethics and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Film and Video University of Illinois Press

The Occupation-Image: A Deleuzian Analysis of Videos from the Israeli Occupation of Palestine

Journal of Film and Video , Volume 66 (4) – Nov 27, 2014

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boaz hagin and roy wagner Rearticulating the Conflict b'tselem (hebrew for "in the image of"), the Israeli information center for human rights in the occupied territories, is one of Israel's most prominent human rights nongovernmental organizations (NGOs). Founded in 1989, its goal is to document and educate about human rights violations in the occupied territories, to combat denial among the Israeli public about what goes on in the territories, and to ensure that Israel's government "protects the human rights of resi dents there and complies with its obligations under international law" ("About B'Tselem").1 In 2005, B'Tselem established a video department and added moving images to its human rights reports. In this article we look mainly at two groups of videos distributed by B'Tselem. One is the video reports by B'Tselem's researchers, which document Israeli violations of the human rights of Palestinians in the occupied territories and which B'Tselem has boaz hagin is a senior lecturer in the Department of Film and Television, Tel Aviv University. He is the author of Death in Classical Hollywood Cinema (2010), the coauthor with Thomas Elsaesser of Memory, Trauma, and Fantasy in American Cinema (2012), and the coeditor of Just Images: Ethics and

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Journal of Film and VideoUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Nov 27, 2014

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