Citizen Mozes: The Shady Media Mogul Who Might Bring Netanyahu Down

Arnon Mozes’ Yedioth Ahronoth gave positive coverage to the strongest players at the height of their power. If the media’s function is to critique the powerful, Yedioth did the opposite.

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Illustration: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Yedioth Ahronoth publisher Noni Mozes loom over Israel's Knesset
Illustration: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Yedioth Ahronoth publisher Noni Mozes loom over Israel's KnessetCredit: Adi Emanuel
Guy Rolnik
Guy Rolnik
Sheldon Adelson, left, Nochi Dankner, center, Arnon Mozes, right, on the cover of a 2008 TheMarkerWeek. Credit: TheMarkerWeek

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