Archive for the 'PR Problems and Solutions' Category

  1. The Hamas Victory That Never Was

    Friday, September 16th, 2005

    “Palestinian terrorists never cowed the Jews of Gush Katif and played no part in the unilateral Knesset decision to evacuate. Despite Mohammed Deif’s enthusiastic threats of annihilation, he and his fellow murderers will have to wait till hell freezes over before Hamas terrorism might force the Jews to ever leave the Jewish State.”

  2. Privatize Israel’s PR . . . Or Else

    Friday, November 5th, 2004

    “Who would have believed that a diffuse, largely unorganized movement, would finally overwhelm and cause the Kremlin hierarchy to crumble? As a result of this PR victory, more than a million Russian Jews made aliyah . . . to Israel’s lasting benefit. This surely shows the power of PR to move mountains.”

  3. “Can The BBC Operate
    Responsibly?”
    By David Seaman

    Tuesday, July 15th, 2003

    “Criticizing Israel’s policies is the BBC’s prerogative. However, an accumulation of grievances over a number of years leads us to believe that the BBC has crossed the line from valid criticism into vilification and demonization of the State of Israel, to such an extent as borders on delegitimization of the nation itself. A direct cause of incitement, such treatment reinforces acts of anti-Semitism and violence against Israelis and Jews worldwide.”

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

    Saturday, May 25th, 2002

    “But it was not just the lamentable standards of journalism. I parted company with the BBC over its hysterical advocacy of the most extreme Palestinian positions; an advocacy that has now transmogrified into a distorting hatred of a criminal Israel and, by extension, into a burgeoning hatred of Jews closer to home.”

  5. Why CNN, BBC and SKY call Palestinian terrorists “gunmen”

    Wednesday, May 1st, 2002

    “Why did CNN use ‘gunmen’ instead of ‘terrorists’ which the Army spokesman used? The only explanation can be CNN policy which forbids its editors, journalists and anchors to apply the word “terrorists” to Palestinian murderers, trained, indoctrinated and financed to kill Jews. How come altering the words of the Israel Defense Force’s spokesman does not trouble CNN professionals?”