For a long time, I’ve wondered if the Israeli government could get its act together for some sensible PR. Judging from the statistics and reader comments I’ve seen, credit where credit is due to Danny Ayalon for a viral video that didn’t feature grainy footage of Israeli naval commandos rappelling into a Turkish boat brawl.…
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The Advertising Standards Authority rules that an Israeli ad breaches rules on truthfulness.
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How can a journalist “forget” his interviewee’s position at the head of an anti-Israel NGO?
The International Herald Tribune publishes Patrick Seale's one-sided diatribe against Israel.
People magazine denies the existence of an Israeli entity prior to 1948, and the United Nations falsely refers to Beit She'an as the West Bank.
The CEO of Hollinger International, publishers of The Spectator (London) and The Jerusalem Post, lashes out against "rabidly anti-Israel" journalists and governments.
When the British Guardian responds in less-than-honorable fashion, the director of HonestReporting gives them a calm, rational lashing.