A book about hostage-taking, taken hostage by Israel's military intelligence
Former civil servant Zvi Sela's book angered authorities, which are seeking further cuts in his new book for reasons of security - but apparently have no legal leg to stand on.
There are two axes to this plot: the story itself and the censorship; and the negotiations and the prohibition on publication. There is the essence – the policy of negotiations in hostage situations – and the publication, which is conditioned, surprisingly and awkwardly, not on content but on the identity of the person who is publishing, and that is what also determines who...
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