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The PR Battle

Thursday, 1 January 2009

In a recent machloket (disagreement) with an anonymous spouse, the topic of Israel’s failure to win the public relations war was raised.

The majority of world’s public opinion casts Israel as the big, bad offender. The allegation of Israeli air strikes as a disproportionate response seems more to be a statement about the disproportionate death toll. But Israel is well within her rights to defend the lives of her citizens and has shown formidable restraint these eight years of constant terror.

Finally. Finally, Israel and her supporters have taken the PR problem by the horns and are focusing substantial efforts on swaying public sentiment. Facebook, delicious, MySpace, Twitter, blogs. You name it and Israel’s supporters are speaking out on her behalf.

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  1. Friday, 2 January 2009 10:10 am

    I started doing the Digg thing yesterday, via helpuswin. I joined Digg a while back, but most of the articles that are highly-rated there aren’t ones with which I agree or would highlight. Anti-Israel ones abound on Digg. So we would need a LOT more Diggers to make any difference at all.

    Then I donated my Facebook Status today…boy, was that EZ!

    Shabbat Shalom and feel good!

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