Archive for the 'PR Problems and Solutions' Category

  1. Target Israel. CNN Strikes Again

    Sunday, September 10th, 2006

    There was this sad farmer at the fence pointing to his agricultural holding across the way. Before Israel had intruded its anti-terrorist barrier into his life it had only taken 5 minutes to get to his land. Now he was forced to a crossing point where he was checked and searched. So it took him all of 45 minutes to get to his land. CNN wanted the world to see what terrible people these cruel Israelis occupiers are.

  2. Dalia Itzik May Need A Time Out
    But Not At Israel’s Cost

    Tuesday, July 4th, 2006

    “In recent years, defending Israel against its many enemies has assumed mandatory proportions. Yet latter day governments have appointed lack-luster, tongue-tied party hacks, or retired military personnel, to positions requiring the greatest PR mastery and experience. With the result our Foreign Service abroad is filled with media dullards.”

  3. Why I Won’t Talk To The BBC
    By Douglas Davis

    Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

    “In my judgment, the volume and intensity of this unchallenged diatribe has now transcended mere criticism of Israel. Hatred is in the air. Wittingly or not, I am convinced that the BBC has become the principal agent for reinfecting British society with the virus of anti-Semitism. And that is a game I am not willing to play . . . “

  4. The BBC’s Hatred For Israel

    Monday, June 5th, 2006

    “Throughout the intifada, the BBC repeated – with no corroborating evidence – the worst Arab fabrications and calumnies. In its expositions of the background to the conflict, it always endorsed the Palestinian narrative, though it must be aware that it is historically false. “

  5. Malice Aforethought
    When Panorama Accused Sharon

    Sunday, June 4th, 2006

    “BBC openly serves Arab Palestinian interests. This is its mindset. If this is disputed let the BBC hold its record up to the light of public scrutiny and be judged. In its Report let your Review Panel publish a list of every relevant Mid East documentary BBC produced over the last 10 years. Categorized by the Panel to be pro or anti Israel – or objective – should you find any.”

  6. The Apartheid Label –
    Israel Must Get Rid Of It

    Saturday, June 3rd, 2006

    “This is a dangerous situation which dare not be ignored. If we have learned anything from the recent past it is that we cannot afford to lose the PR war of words. Palestinian lies must be exposed, fully, forcefully and repeatedly. On network TV, the most powerful opinion forming medium. And in every other forum where the big apartheid lie is published.”

  7. Israel Did Not Kill
    Mohammed al Dura

    Thursday, May 4th, 2006

    From the one location where Israeli soldiers are known to have been, the only way to hit the boy would have been to shoot through the concrete barrel.

    But photographs taken after the shooting show no damage of any kind on the side of the barrel facing the al-Duras – that is, no bullets went through.

  8. BBC Reporter Expresses
    Solidarity With Palestinians

    Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006

    “The Jerusalem Post reported today (24.05.2001) on a Hamas gathering to honor journalists “for the special role they have played through their cameras, pens and skills, as well as through their rare courage and daring by their joining the nation struggling fiercely against the enemy.”

  9. The BBC’s Hatred for Israel
    By Daniel Doron

    Friday, December 2nd, 2005

    “A recent BBC film Israel’s Secret Weapons, devoted to exposing Israel as a prime international threat worse than Saddam Hussein, is a prime example of how the European media vilifies Israel. The film was made prior to the American invasion, as part of an effort to delegitimate American efforts by showing that US ally Israel is by far the greater offender, and if anyone should be bombed Israel should be first. “

  10. Disputed or Occupied Territories –
    Who Knows Best?
    BBC or James Baker,
    Former Secretary Of State?

    Thursday, December 1st, 2005

    “Baker replied, “They´re clearly disputed territories. That´s what Resolutions 242 and 338 are all about. They are clearly disputed territories.”

  11. When BBC Interviewed Me

    Wednesday, November 30th, 2005

    The British Mandate recognized the right of the Jewish people to ‘close settlement’ in the whole of the Mandated territory.” “The Jewish right of settlement in Palestine west of the Jordan river, that is, in Israel, the West Bank, Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip, was made unassailable.” Eugene Rostow Former Under Secretary of State 1966-69

  12. Malice Aforethought
    When Panorama Accused Sharon

    Tuesday, November 29th, 2005

    “BBC openly serves Arab Palestinian interests. This is its mindset. If this is disputed let the BBC hold its record up to the light of public scrutiny and be judged. In its Report let your Review Panel publish a list of every relevant Mid East documentary BBC produced over the last 10 years. Categorized by the Panel to be pro or anti Israel – or objective – should you find any such.”