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Israeli Air Force Launches New Media Campaign to Gain International Approval


Society & Culture  (tags: israel, middle-east, politics, terrorism, internet, media, violence, activists )

Locan
- 3023 days ago - uruknet.info
In 2009 the Israeli Foreign Ministry announced that NIS 600,000 of the year's budget would be devoted to the establishment of a professional team of talkback writers who will flood websites throughout the world with pro-Israeli messages.



   

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Bryan Hamaker (2)
Monday March 7, 2011, 1:35 am
Will they start having children as human shields for their tanks again.
The Bush administration, NATO, the Finnish press, and others all documented this.
It lost them a $200 million a year weapons contract with the United States.
 

wolfNoFwdsPls a (135)
Monday March 7, 2011, 3:34 am
> flood websites throughout the world with pro-Israeli messages
EVEN MORE !?? Aaarhghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
 

Bob Algeron (47)
Monday March 7, 2011, 12:55 pm
Uruknet started telling this lie several ears ago. In fact, any visit to YouTube shows hundreds of Islamist activists spreading all sorts of lies. Islamic regimes prevent journalists from objective reporting, forcing them to report news the way Islamists want, or risk losing their licenses. Islamic PR spreads lies like "Massacre in Jenin", when only Jihadists were killed there, in small numbers and together with Israeli soldiers. Islamists even force foreign Media outlets to make FAKE news like "IDF kills Mohommed Durah" , though he was killed by Palestinian snipers, and not by Israelis.

Good try, Locan. BTW, even on Care2 some Islamic activists manage to put 10 anti-Israeli posts a day.

 

Bob Algeron (47)
Monday March 7, 2011, 12:58 pm
BTW, it cost nice money to draw a picture that you posted, and there are plenty of them drawn professionally. Are the artists again paid by unsuspecting students, or union members, whose money is diverted to political campaigning by the corrupt bosses?
 
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