Hasbara and Israel Public Relations News
- Unlike the flotilla of a few years ago which caused so much damage to Israel, this time around Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised the Israeli military’s operation to seize a Swedish-owned ship attempting to break Israel’s naval blockade of Gaza. As Netanyahu said: “Their entire objective was to create a provocation and blacken Israel’s name. If human rights were really important to these activists, they would sail to Syria. We will continue to take strong and determined action to defend our borders.” In an op-ed I wrote in June 2012, I asked — and ask again today — where is the flotilla to Syria for all these “peace” activists so concerned about the Middle East ?: http://frontpagemag.com/2012/
- Great expose on the “boycott movement” -: The more wholeheartedly one particular industry operates in Israel, and the more profitably, the better the boycott movement thrives. What possible business could promote and facilitate Israel, boycotting on the one hand while flouting the boycott on the other? “The answer is plain. The Palestinians act as a lightning rod against Israel, where the Jews live. For millennia Jews have been demonized for one thing or another.”http://www.americanthinker.
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- Attention Israel students — Hasbara Fellowship registration is now open.: Hasbara Fellowships is a major Israel education and activism program for North American university students which students battling overwhelming anti-Israel propaganda on college campuses.: : As a former student leader of the Betar movement of: Ze’ev Jabotinsky: I know the importance of Pro-Israel work on campus.
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