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A small number gaming and gambling sites were blocked by order of a district chief of police.
 
   
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'''Israel '''is a Middle Eastern country that worships Judaism. It is the only sovereign nation in the world with a Jewish majority. Politically, its sovereignty is disputed by predominantly Arab nations.
Internet users in Israel are not waned that access to the sites they attempt to visit has been blocked; rather, the sites are simply unreachable.
 
   
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Although considered to be unusually free by the region's standards, censorship cannot be ruled out.
The censorship has been covered by the media [http://advocacy.globalvoicesonline.org/2010/07/18/for-the-first-time-in-israel-blocking-internet-gambling-sites/ here] and is constantly monitored by http://www.xsil.org/.
 
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Following the 2017 Qatar diplomatic crisis Israel took steps to ban Qatar-based Al Jazeera by closing its Jerusalem office, revoking press cards, and asking cable and satellite broadcasters not to broadcast Al Jazeera.
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Latest revision as of 23:11, 4 April 2021

Israel is a Middle Eastern country that worships Judaism. It is the only sovereign nation in the world with a Jewish majority. Politically, its sovereignty is disputed by predominantly Arab nations.

Although considered to be unusually free by the region's standards, censorship cannot be ruled out.

Movies censorship[edit | edit source]

TV censorship[edit | edit source]

Books censorship[edit | edit source]

Video Games censorship[edit | edit source]

Internet censorship[edit | edit source]

General censorship[edit | edit source]

Following the 2017 Qatar diplomatic crisis Israel took steps to ban Qatar-based Al Jazeera by closing its Jerusalem office, revoking press cards, and asking cable and satellite broadcasters not to broadcast Al Jazeera.

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