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2009-09-17 01:00:59 EST
How Low Will Israel Stoop in Its Propaganda War?

By Stuart Littlewood

September 16, 2009 "PalestineChronicle" -- - 'The Israel Project', a US
media advocacy group, has produced a revised training manual to help the
worldwide Zionist movement win the propaganda war, keep their ill-gotten
territorial gains and persuade international audiences to accept that their
crimes are necessary and conform to 'shared values' between Israel and the
civilized West.
It's a Clever Document

The manual teaches how to justify the slaughter, the ethnic cleansing, the
land-grabbing, the cruelty and the blatant disregard for international law
and UN resolutions, and make it all smell sweeter with a liberal squirt of
the aerosol of persuasive language. It is designed to hoodwink us ignorant
and gullible Americans and Europeans into believing that we actually share
values with the racist regime in Israel and that its abominable behaviour is
therefore deserving of our support.

Israel is hoping for a PR massacre. The other side - the Palestinian
Authority and the PLO - don't take communications seriously and have
neglected to correct Israeli distortion. They are happy, it seems, for
Israel's one-sided definitions to prevail, which of course makes the task
for Israel so much easier. This latest propaganda offensive is potentially
the 'coup de grace' to finish off the tormented Palestinians. See it here.

And the manual will no doubt serve as a communications primer for the army
of cyber-scribblers that Israel's Ministry of Dirty Tricks is recruiting to
spread Zionism's poison across the internet.

This quote at the beginning sets the tone: "Remember, it's not what you say
that counts. It's what people hear."

Top Priority: Demonize Hamas

The manual's numerous messages are aimed at the mass of "persuadables",
primarily in America but also in the UK. The strategy from the start is to
isolate democratically-elected Hamas and to rob the resistance movement and
the Palestinian population of their human rights....

"Clearly differentiate between the Palestinian people and Hamas. There is an
immediate and clear distinction between the empathy Americans feel for the
Palestinians and the scorn they direct at Palestinian leadership. Hamas is a
terrorist organization - Americans get that already. But if it sounds like
you are attacking the Palestinian people (even though they elected Hamas)
rather than their leadership, you will lose public support. Right now, many
Americans sympathize with the plight of the Palestinians, and that sympathy
will increase if you fail to differentiate the people from their leaders."

The plight of the Palestinians under Israel's heel was an international
concern long before Hamas appeared on the scene.

But this scorning of leaders is familiar ground. We scorned Bush and Blair
and had to differentiate between them and their respective peoples. We now
have to do the same with Barack Obama and Gordon Brown. We are tired of
having to make that same differentiation between the Israeli people and the
dreadful leaders they produce.

"Israel's right to defensible borders: With more than three years of violent
history since Israel's agreement to withdraw from Gaza and portions of the
West Bank, Americans have had time to take stock of the situation and form
opinions. The big picture: they believe that Hamas' leadership of Gaza has
made Israel and the region less safe, while some are more receptive to what
they perceive as a moderate approach in the West Bank by Mahmoud Abbas.
Based on these experiences, they are willing to grant Israel more leeway in
resisting calls to give more land for more peace."

Here we clearly see the motive for demonizing Hamas....Israel wants more
leeway to continue its land-grabs and other criminal activities.

"If. If. If.Then.": Put the burden on Hamas to make the first move for peace
by using If's (and don't forget to finish with a hard then to show Israel is
a willing peace partner). "If Hamas reforms. If Hamas recognize our right to
exist. If Hamas renounces terrorism. If Hamas supports international peace
agreements. then we are willing to make peace today."

How daft can you get? Substitute Israel for Hamas.

Words that Work

The manual sets out numerous examples of "words that work" - supposedly.

"We know that the Palestinians deserve leaders who will care about the well
being of their people, and who do not simply take hundreds of millions of
dollars in assistance from America and Europe, put them in Swiss bank
accounts, and use them to support terror instead of peace."

No mention here of the billions of tax dollars Israel takes from the US and
spends on munitions to obliterate and vaporize its neighbors.

"Peace can only be made with adversaries who want to make peace with you.
Terrorist organizations like Iran-backed Hezbollah, Hamas, and Islamic Jihad
are, by definition, opposed to peaceful co-existence, and determined to
prevent reconciliation. I ask you, how do you negotiate with those who want
you dead?"

Hamas and Hezbollah are only regarded as terrorists by the White House and
Tel Aviv and by US-Israeli stooges and flag-wavers at Westminster and
elsewhere.

In Executive Order 13224 - Blocking property and prohibiting transactions
with persons who commit, threaten to commit or support terrorism - Bush used
this definition: "The term "terrorism" means an activity that - (i) involves
a violent act or an act dangerous to human life, property, or
infrastructure; and (ii) appears to be intended - (A) to intimidate or
coerce a civilian population; (B) to influence the policy of a government by
intimidation or coercion; or (C) to affect the conduct of a government by
mass estruction, assassination, kidnapping, or hostage-taking."

It describes the antics of the US and Israel perfectly.

"There is never any justification for the deliberate slaughter of innocent
women and children. never.. there is one fundamental principle that all
peoples from all parts of the globe will agree on: civilized people do not
target innocent women and children for death."

Fine words, but where does that leave Israel, which recently killed 320
children in Gaza and 773 civilians including 109 women? From the start of
the second Intifada (uprising against the Israeli occupation) in 2000 to the
end of last year Israel had slaughtered 4,936 Palestinians in their
homeland, including 952 children, according to the Israeli human rights
organization B'Tselem. In the same period Palestinians killed 490 Israelis
in Israel including only 84 children. So Israel's kill-rate is at least 10
to 1, and rising since the blitzkrieg on Gaza.

Iran-Backed or US-Backed - Take Your Pick

"Use humility. 'I know that in trying to defend its children and citizens
from terrorists that Israel has accidentally hurt innocent people. I know
it, and I'm sorry for it. But what can Israel do to defend itself? If
America had given up land for peace - and that land had been used for
launching rockets at America, what would America do? Israel was attacked
with thousands of rockets from Iran-backed Palestinian terrorists in Gaza.
What should Israel have done to protect her children?'"

Palestinians too have a right to defend themselves. Hamas was the popular
choice of Palestinians at the last election and is entitled under
international law to take up arms against an illegal occupier and invader.
If it is supported by Iran, so what? Israel is extravagantly funded and
supplied by the US. Here's part of their begging-bowl "Military Aid Speech"...

"Israel makes the request for military assistance out of self-defense. As a
democracy, they have the right and the responsibility to protect our
borders. As a democracy, they have the right and the responsibility to
protect their citizens. "Israel does not ask for U.S. troops to protect
itself. It does not ask for a single American soldier to protect its
borders. It only asks for the funds for them to protect themselves. They
need the equipment so that their own troops can ensure the safety of their
civilian population through this gathering conflict with the enemies of
democracy. "They didn't ask to have our nation built in range of Iranian
missiles. They didn't ask that their nation be a focal point for religious
extremists who have declared war on the West and on democracy. "But they
are, and they need your help."

And Here's the Rationale Behind it....

"Americans fundamentally believe that a democracy has a right to protect its
people and its borders. And while Americans don't want to increase foreign
aid in a time of significant budgetary deficits and painful spending cuts,
there is one and only one argument that will work for Israel (in four easy
steps):

1) As a democracy, Israel has the right and the responsibility to defend its
borders and protect its people.

2) Terrorist groups, including Iran-backed Hezbollah and Hamas, continue to
pose a direct threat to Israeli security and have repeatedly taken innocent
Israeli lives.

3) Israel is America's one and only true ally in the region. In these
particularly unstable and dangerous times, Israel should not be forced to go
it alone.

4) With America's financial assistance, Israel can defend its borders,
protect its people, and provide invaluable assistance to the American effort
against the war against terrorism."

It's evident that Americans don't believe in democracy enough to allow
Palestinian democracy to flourish.

"When the terror ends, Israel will no longer need to have challenging
checkpoints to inspect goods and people. When the terror ends we will no
longer need a security fence."

There are no rockets coming out of the West Bank, so why is the security
fence still there - and still being built? Why are the occupation troops
still there? Why are hundreds of checkpoints still there? Why is Israel
still stealing land, demolishing Palestinian homes and building settlements
there?

"Remind people - again and again - that Israel wants peace. Reason One: If
Americans see no hope for peace-if they only see a continuation of a
2,000-year-long episode of "Family Feud"-Americans will not want their
government to spend tax dollars or their President's clout on helping
Israel. Reason Two: The speaker that is perceived as being most for peace
will win the debate. Every time someone makes the plea for peace, the
reaction is positive. If you want to regain the public relations advantage,
peace should be at the core of whatever message you wish to convey."

Israel does not want peace. It has never met its peace agreement
obligations. Every action is directed at keeping the conflict going until
the Israelis have stolen enough land and established enough 'facts on the
ground' - Jews-only settlements, highways, disconnected Palestinian
bantustans - to enable them to redraw the map to suit their expansionist
agenda and make the occupation permanent.

Gaza in a Vice

"Israel made painful sacrifices and took a risk to give peace a chance. They
voluntarily removed over 9,000 settlers from Gaza and parts of the West
Bank, abandoning homes, schools, businesses, and places of worship in the
hopes of renewing the peace process. Despite making an overture for peace by
withdrawing from Gaza, Israel continues to face terrorist attacks, including
rocket attacks and drive-by shootings of innocent Israelis. Israel knows
that for a lasting peace, they must be free from terrorism and live with
defensible borders."

Israel never left. It still occupies Gazan airspace, coastal waters and
airwaves, and controls all borders except Rafah where it nevertheless exerts
a veto. Israel has Gaza in a vice, which is crushing the tiny enclave's
economy, starving its 1.5 million citizens and creating a huge humanitarian
crisis in an attempt to bring the elected government to its knees.

"Draw direct parallels between Israel and America-including the need to
defend against terrorism.... The more you focus on the similarities between
Israel and America, the more likely you are to win the support of those who
are neutral. Indeed, Israel is an important American ally in the war against
terrorism, and faces many of the same challenges as America in protecting
their citizens."

Note how Israel's strategy is almost totally dependent on the false idea
that they are victims of terror and western nations need to huddle together
with Israel for mutual protection. Fortunately, level-headed people are
beginning to realize who the terrorists really are.

It is surely obvious by now that allowing parallels to be drawn between
Israel and America only serves to increase the world's hatred of America. US
citizens need to wake up to this, and British citizens should avoid falling
into the same trap.

Inject with "Core Values" and Repeat Over and Over Again.

"The language of Israel is the language of America: 'democracy,' 'freedom,'
'security,' and 'peace.' These four words are at the core of the American
political, economic, social, and cultural systems, and they should be
repeated as often as possible because they resonate with virtually every
American."

If so fluent in this language, why won't Israel acknowledge their neighbours'
rights to democracy, freedom, security and peace and end their military
oppression?

"A simple rule of thumb is that once you get to the point of repeating the
same message over and over again so many times that you think you might get
sick-that is just about the time the public will wake up and say 'Hey-this
person just might be saying something interesting to me!' But don't confuse
messages with facts.... "

Never let facts get in the way of a good message!

"How can the current Palestinian leadership honestly say it will pursue
peace when previous leaders rejected an offer to create a Palestinian state
just a few short years ago and now refuse to live up to their
responsibilities as outlined in the Road Map?"

This must be a reference to Barak's so-called "generous offer", another of
the myths Israelis love to peddle. The West Bank and the Gaza Strip, seized
by Israel in 1967 and occupied ever since, comprise just 22% of
pre-partition Palestine. When the Palestinians signed the Oslo Agreement in
1993 they agreed to accept the 22% and recognise Israel within 'Green Line'
borders (i.e. the 1949 Armistice Line established after the Arab-Israeli
War). Conceding 78% of the land that was originally theirs was an
astonishing compromise on the part of the Palestinians.

But it wasn't enough for greedy Barak. His 'generous offer' required the
inclusion of 69 Israeli settlements within the 22% remnant. It was plain to
see on the map that these settlement blocs created impossible borders and
already severely disrupted Palestinian life in the West Bank. Barak also
demanded the Palestinian territories be placed under "Temporary Israeli
Control", meaning Israeli military and administrative control indefinitely.
The 'generous offer' also gave Israel control over all the border crossings
of the new Palestinian State. What nation in the world would accept that?
The unacceptable reality of Barak's offer, contained in the map, was hidden
by propaganda spin.

Later, at Taba, Barak produced a revised map but withdrew it after his
election defeat. Don't take my word for it - the facts are well documented
and explained by organisations such as Gush Shalom.

"Why is the world so silent about the written, vocal, stated aims of Hamas?"

Why is the world so silent about the written, stated aims of the racist
regime and its political parties? Read their manifestoes.

"Successful communications is not about being able to recite every fact from
the long history of the Arab-Israeli conflict. It is about pointing out a
few core principles of shared values-such as democracy and freedom-and
repeating them over and over again.... You need to start with empathy for
both sides, remind your audience that Israel wants peace and then repeat the
messages of democracy, freedom, and peace over and over again.... we need to
repeat the message, on average, ten times to be effective."

Is democracy a shared value? Israel is an ethnocracy. Is freedom a shared
value? The world is still waiting for Israel to allow the Palestinians their
freedom.

"The situation in the Middle East may be complicated, but all parties should
adopt a simple approach: peace first, political boundaries second."

Renounce resistance while still under Israel's jackboot? The correct
approach is for the international community to first insist that Israel
complies with international law and the many UN resolutions it has
contemptuously ignored. The boundaries are already defined. Whatever issues
remain to be decided, Palestinians should not have to negotiate under
occupation or duress.

Rockets, Bombs and Atrocities: the Language of Peace

"Bottom line: What will happen if we fail to get the world to care about the
fact that Israeli parents in southern Israel need to literally dodge rockets
when they drive their children to kindergarten in the morning? What will
happen if the world allows Iran, the world's largest state sponsor of
terrorism, to get nuclear weapons? What will Israel do if bad press causes
American citizens to ask [their] government to turn its back on Israel? Why
do I care so much about the success of your communications efforts? I care
because I never want our children to live through what my family and yours
lived through in the Holocaust."

Only one in 500 makeshift Qassam rockets causes a fatality, small beer
compared to the devastation and carnage resulting from Israel's
state-of-the-art rocketry targeted on Gaza. How does it look when
Palestinians are forced to pay a heavy price for the Holocaust in Europe?
And how much does Israel care about the Palestinian holocaust it has caused?

The manual then gives a long glossary of terms. Here's a sample....

"Deliberately firing rockets into civilian communities": Combine terrorist
motive with civilian visuals and you have the perfect illustration of what
Israel faced in Gaza and Lebanon. Especially with regard to rocket attacks
but useful for any kind of terrorist attack, deliberate is the right word to
use to call out the intent behind the attacks. This is far more powerful
than describing the attacks as "random."

Israelis know all about bombarding civilian targets. And they are careful
not to mention that Sderot, until recently the only Israeli township within
range of Gazan rockets, is built on the ruins of an ethnically cleansed
Palestinian village whose inhabitants were forced from their homes by Jewish
terrorists.

"Economic Diplomacy": This is a much more embracing and popular term than
the current lexicon of "sanctions." It has appeal across the political
spectrum: the tough economic approach appeals to Republicans, and the
diplomacy component satisfies Democrats.

This is a game we can all play. Israel is now beginning to suffer "economic
diplomacy" in the form of worldwide boycotts.

"Economic Prosperity": Whenever Israel talks about the "economic prosperity"
of the Palestinians, it puts Israel in the most positive light possible.
After all, who can disagree?

What sort of prosperity is it when nothing can be imported or exported
without Israel's approval and fisherman can't even put to sea in their own
waters without having their boats shot up by the Israeli navy?

"Human to Human": "We know that the average Palestinian and the average
Israeli want to come together and make peace. They want to live in peace.
Israeli leaders have come together with Arab leaders to make peace in the
past. But how do you make peace with Hamas and Hezbollah?"

Simple. You get off their land and stay off. There can be no peace under
occupation. You have to be very stupid not to understand that.

"Humanize Rockets": Paint a vivid picture of what life is like in Israeli
communities that are vulnerable to attack. Yes, cite the number of rocket
attacks that have occurred. But immediately follow that up with what it is
like to make the nightly trek to the bomb shelter.

Would Israel care to tell the world how many bombs, rockets and shells
(including the illegal and prohibited variety) its F-16s, tanks, armed
drones and navy gunboats have poured into the densely-packed humanity that
is Gaza?

Still More Advice....

"Living together, side by side". This is the best way to describe the
ultimate vision of a two-state solution without using the phrase.

Sounds cute but is worn out. Who would want to live alongside bigots and
extremists who have made your life a misery for 61 years?

"When talking about a Palestinian partner, it is essential to distinguish
between Hamas and everyone else. Only the most anti-Israel, pro- Palestinian
American expects Israel to negotiate with Hamas, so you have to be clear
that you are seeking a 'moderate Palestinian partner'."

Where are the moderate Israeli partners?

"The fight is over ideology - not land; terror, not territory. Thus, you
must avoid using Israel's religious claims to land as a reason why Israel
should not give up land. Such claims only make Israel look extremist to
people who are not religious Christians or Jews."

If the fight isn't about land, why did Israel steal it at gunpoint? And why
won't they give it back when told to by the UN?

"Think Pro-Palestinian. While I have spoken about Israeli casualties, I want
to recognize those Palestinians that have been killed or wounded, because
they are suffering as well. I particularly want to reach out to Palestinian
mothers who have lost their children. No parent should have to bury their
child."

Israel won't even allow cement into Gaza to build the graves.

"And so I say to my Palestinian colleagues . you can stop the bloodshed. You
can stop the suicide bombings and rocket attacks. If you really want to, you
can put an end to this cycle of violence. If you won't do it for our
children, do it for your children."

This is recommended to activists as "an effective Israeli sound bite".

"I want to see a future where the Palestinians govern themselves. Israel
does not want to govern a single Palestinian. Not one. We want them to
govern themselves. We want them to have complete self-determination."

Israel is desperate to snuff out Palestine's fledgling democracy and destroy
the remnants of its government. For decades Israel has dismissed the
Palestinians' right to self-determination.

"The big picture approach is this: You must isolate Hamas as:

- A critical cause of the delay in achieving a two-state solution
- The biggest source of harm to the Palestinian people, and
- The reason why Israel must defend its people from living in terror.

Read from the Hamas Charter. Now, here's how to attack Hamas: indict them
with their own indoctrination materials. Yes, people know Hamas is a
terrorist organization - but they don't know just how terrifying Hamas can
be. The absolute best way to heighten their awareness is to read from the
Hamas Charter itself. Don't just "quote" from it. Read it. Out loud. Again
and again. Hand it out to everyone."

At last Israel makes a good point. After 3 years of 'government' Hamas must
be mad to persist with its ill-advised charter. They have been severely
tested. They have matured. They have earned credibility in many eyes. Israel's
behaviour makes Hamas look good. But all that will count for nothing if they
don't re-write their charter as a matter of urgency.

Regev's Pearls of Wisdom. But How Safe is the Region under the Threat of
Israel's Nukes?

"It's not just Israel who refuses to speak to Hamas. It's the whole
international community. Most of the democratic world refuses to have a
relationship with Hamas because Hamas has refused to meet the most minimal
benchmarks of international behavior." - Mark Regev

Isn't that a little cheeky, Mr Regev, coming from a regime widely condemned
for war crimes, piracy and mega-lawlessness.

"It was the former U.N. secretary general Kofi Anan that put four benchmarks
on the table. And he said, speaking for the international community. What if
Hamas reforms itself . If Hamas recognizes my country's right to live in
freedom . If Hamas renounces terrorism against innocent civilians . If Hamas
supports international agreements that are being signed and agreed to
concerning the peace process . then the door is open. But unfortunately -
tragically - Hamas has failed to meet even one of those four benchmarks. And
that's why today Hamas is isolated internationally. Even the United Nations
refuses to speak to Hamas." - Mark Regev

Which of those benchmarks has Israel met, Mr Regev?

"Israel is very concerned about the Iranian nuclear program. And for good
reason. Iran's President openly talks about wiping Israel off the map. We
see them racing ahead on nuclear enrichment so they can have enough fissile
material to build a bomb. We see them working on their ballistic missiles.
We only saw, last week, shooting a rocket to launch a so-called satellite
into outer space and so forth. The Iranian nuclear program is a threat, not
just to my country, but to the entire region. And it's incumbent upon us all
to do what needs to be done to keep from proliferating." - Mark Regev

Why is Israel the only state in the region not to have signed the Nuclear
Non-Proliferation Treaty, Mr Regev? Are we all supposed to believe that
Israel's 200 (or is it 400?) nuclear warheads pose no threat? Would you also
like to comment on why Israel hasn't signed the Biological and Toxin Weapons
Convention, and why it has signed but not ratified the Comprehensive Nuclear
Test-Ban Treaty, similarly the Chemical Weapons Convention? What proof do
you have of Iran's nuclear weapons plans?

And why do you persist in misquoting Mr Ahmadjinadad?

The Holy City is Not Up for Grabs

"The toughest issue to communicate will be the final resolution of
Jerusalem. Americans overwhelmingly want Israel to be in charge of the
religious holy sites and are frankly afraid of the consequences should
Israel turn over control to the Palestinians. Consider:

71% of Americans trust Israel most to protect the holy sites in Jerusalem,
compared to 6.1% who trust the Palestinian authority most. 8.5% percent
trust neither.

54% of Americans believe that "Jerusalem must remain united under Israeli
sovereignty" while just 23.9% believe that 'Jerusalem should be divided into
Israeli controlled and Palestinian controlled areas'.

Given the choice between the two, Americans of all political and demographic
stripes trust Israel to protect and have sovereignty over Jerusalem."

Israel is in control right now and prevents Muslims and Christians from
outside the City visiting the holy places. No way can Israel be trusted. The
UN's partition plan decreed that Jerusalem should become a 'corpus separatum'
under international management. It is unlikely that the UN would wish to see
its resolutions torn up or international law re-written for Israel's sole
benefit, regardless of America's misinformed opinion.

Get the Name-Calling Right

I'll close with the following extract....

"Many on the left see an "Israel v. Palestinian" crisis where Israel is
Goliath and the Palestinians are David. It is critical that they understand
that this is an Arab-Israeli crisis and that the force undermining peace is
Iran and their proxies Hezbollah, Hamas and Islamic Jihad. You must not call
Hamas just Hamas. Call them what they are: Iran-backed Hamas. Indeed, when
they know that Iran is behind Hamas and Hezbollah, they are much more
supportive of Israel."

By the same token we must call the racist regime what it is - US-backed
Israel.

Iran's support for Hamas is difficult to quantify and probably less than we
think. It is likely that more funding has come from Sunni Arab countries
such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar. In any case it is peanuts compared to
America's support for Israel.

Hamas is an offshoot of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhhod and was founded in 1987
during the first Intifada. Hezbollah came into being in 1982 in response to
US-backed Israel's invasion of Lebanon. So the territorial ambitions of
US-backed Israel provoked the rise of both. Israel's problem is entirely
self-inflicted and shouldn't concern the rest of us.

It's no surprise that Hamas's election manifesto in 2006 called for
maintaining the armed struggle against US-backed Israel's illegal occupation
of the Palestinian Territories.

Our Obligation to Respect and Promote Human Rights

The Israel Project describes itself as "devoted to educating the press and
the public about Israel while promoting security, freedom and peace". It
provides journalists, leaders and opinion-formers with "accurate information
about Israel".

However its propaganda manual, which runs to 116 pages, is an unpleasant
piece of work which recycles many of the discredited techniques used by the
advertising industry before standards of honesty, decency and truthfulness
were brought in to protect the public.

And it serves to undermine with clever words the inalienable rights pledged
by the UN and the world's civilized nations to all peoples, including the
Palestinians.

When you have to stoop this low you simply don't have a case.

Everyone should bear in mind the following, written nearly 61 years ago:

"Now, Therefore the General Assembly proclaims This Universal Declaration of
Human Rights as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all
nations, to the end that every individual and every organ of society,
keeping this Declaration constantly in mind, shall strive by teaching and
education to promote respect for these rights and freedoms and by
progressive measures, national and international, to secure their universal
and effective recognition and observance, both among the peoples of Member
States themselves and among the peoples of territories under their
jurisdiction."

It would seem that Israel has not read or understood the principles
enshrined in the Universal Declaration, which all nations signed up to.
There can be no excuse. Attempts to wipe out the rights of people who happen
to be in the way of the bulldozing Zionist vision of a 'Greater Israel'
deserve no support whatever.

Meanwhile the Palestinian side needs to de-bunk this Zionist handbook and
re-frame the Holy Land situation in the language of truth. If the PA and the
PLO won't do it, who will?

Maybe it's a job for the churches and mosques.

- Stuart Littlewood is author of the book Radio Free Palestine, which tells
the plight of the Palestinians under occupation. He contributed this article
to PalestineChronicle.com. Visit: www.radiofreepalestine.co.uk.



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Shoes Thrower
2009-09-17 15:18:18 EST
On Sep 16, 10:00 pm, "al92653" <al92...@xyz.com> wrote:
> How Low Will Israel Stoop in Its Propaganda War?
>
> By Stuart Littlewood
>
> September 16, 2009 "PalestineChronicle" -- - 'The Israel Project', a US
> media advocacy group, has produced a revised training manual to help the
> worldwide Zionist movement win the propaganda war, keep their ill-gotten
> territorial gains and persuade international audiences to accept that their
> crimes are necessary and conform to 'shared values' between Israel and the
> civilized West.
> It's a Clever Document
>
> The manual teaches how to justify the slaughter, the ethnic cleansing, the
> land-grabbing, the cruelty and the blatant disregard for international law
> and UN resolutions, and make it all smell sweeter with a liberal squirt of
> the aerosol of persuasive language. It is designed to hoodwink us ignorant
> and gullible Americans and Europeans into believing that we actually share
> values with the racist regime in Israel and that its abominable behaviour is
> therefore deserving of our support.
>
> Israel is hoping for a PR massacre. The other side - the Palestinian
> Authority and the PLO - don't take communications seriously and have
> neglected to correct Israeli distortion. They are happy, it seems, for
> Israel's one-sided definitions to prevail, which of course makes the task
> for Israel so much easier. This latest propaganda offensive is potentially
> the 'coup de grace' to finish off the tormented Palestinians. See it here.
>
> And the manual will no doubt serve as a communications primer for the army
> of cyber-scribblers that Israel's Ministry of Dirty Tricks is recruiting to
> spread Zionism's poison across the internet.
>
> This quote at the beginning sets the tone: "Remember, it's not what you say
> that counts. It's what people hear."
>
> Top Priority: Demonize Hamas
>
> The manual's numerous messages are aimed at the mass of "persuadables",
> primarily in America but also in the UK. The strategy from the start is to
> isolate democratically-elected Hamas and to rob the resistance movement and
> the Palestinian population of their human rights....
>
> "Clearly differentiate between the Palestinian people and Hamas. There is an
> immediate and clear distinction between the empathy Americans feel for the
> Palestinians and the scorn they direct at Palestinian leadership. Hamas is a
> terrorist organization - Americans get that already. But if it sounds like
> you are attacking the Palestinian people (even though they elected Hamas)
> rather than their leadership, you will lose public support. Right now, many
> Americans sympathize with the plight of the Palestinians, and that sympathy
> will increase if you fail to differentiate the people from their leaders."
>
> The plight of the Palestinians under Israel's heel was an international
> concern long before Hamas appeared on the scene.
>
> But this scorning of leaders is familiar ground. We scorned Bush and Blair
> and had to differentiate between them and their respective peoples. We now
> have to do the same with Barack Obama and Gordon Brown. We are tired of
> having to make that same differentiation between the Israeli people and the
> dreadful leaders they produce.
>
> "Israel's right to defensible borders: With more than three years of violent
> history since Israel's agreement to withdraw from Gaza and portions of the
> West Bank, Americans have had time to take stock of the situation and form
> opinions. The big picture: they believe that Hamas' leadership of Gaza has
> made Israel and the region less safe, while some are more receptive to what
> they perceive as a moderate approach in the West Bank by Mahmoud Abbas.
> Based on these experiences, they are willing to grant Israel more leeway in
> resisting calls to give more land for more peace."
>
> Here we clearly see the motive for demonizing Hamas....Israel wants more
> leeway to continue its land-grabs and other criminal activities.
>
> "If. If. If.Then.": Put the burden on Hamas to make the first move for peace
> by using If's (and don't forget to finish with a hard then to show Israel is
> a willing peace partner). "If Hamas reforms. If Hamas recognize our right to
> exist. If Hamas renounces terrorism. If Hamas supports international peace
> agreements. then we are willing to make peace today."
>
> How daft can you get? Substitute Israel for Hamas.
>
> Words that Work
>
> The manual sets out numerous examples of "words that work" - supposedly.
>
> "We know that the Palestinians deserve leaders who will care about the well
> being of their people, and who do not simply take hundreds of millions of
> dollars in assistance from America and Europe, put them in Swiss bank
> accounts, and use them to support terror instead of peace."
>
> No mention here of the billions of tax dollars Israel takes from the US and
> spends on munitions to obliterate and vaporize its neighbors.
>
> "Peace can only be made with adversaries who want to make peace with you.
> Terrorist organizations like Iran-backed Hezbollah, Hamas, and Islamic Jihad
> are, by definition, opposed to peaceful co-existence, and determined to
> prevent reconciliation. I ask you, how do you negotiate with those who want
> you dead?"
>
> Hamas and Hezbollah are only regarded as terrorists by the White House and
> Tel Aviv and by US-Israeli stooges and flag-wavers at Westminster and
> elsewhere.
>
> In Executive Order 13224 - Blocking property and prohibiting transactions
> with persons who commit, threaten to commit or support terrorism - Bush used
> this definition: "The term "terrorism" means an activity that - (i) involves
> a violent act or an act dangerous to human life, property, or
> infrastructure; and (ii) appears to be intended - (A) to  intimidate or
> coerce a civilian population; (B) to influence the policy of a government by
> intimidation or coercion; or (C) to affect the conduct of a government by
> mass  estruction, assassination, kidnapping, or hostage-taking."
>
> It describes the antics of the US and Israel perfectly.
>
> "There is never any justification for the deliberate slaughter of innocent
> women and children. never.. there is one fundamental principle that all
> peoples from all parts of the globe will agree on: civilized people do not
> target innocent women and children for death."
>
> Fine words, but where does that leave Israel, which recently killed 320
> children in Gaza and 773 civilians including 109 women? From the start of
> the second Intifada (uprising against the Israeli occupation) in 2000 to the
> end of last year Israel had slaughtered 4,936 Palestinians in their
> homeland, including 952 children, according to the Israeli human rights
> organization B'Tselem. In the same period Palestinians killed 490 Israelis
> in Israel including only 84 children. So Israel's kill-rate is at least 10
> to 1, and rising since the blitzkrieg on Gaza.
>
> Iran-Backed or US-Backed - Take Your Pick
>
> "Use humility. 'I know that in trying to defend its children and citizens
> from terrorists that Israel has accidentally hurt innocent people. I know
> it, and I'm sorry for it. But what can Israel do to defend itself? If
> America had given up land for peace - and that land had been used for
> launching rockets at America, what would America do? Israel was attacked
> with thousands of rockets from Iran-backed Palestinian terrorists in Gaza.
> What should Israel have done to protect her children?'"
>
> Palestinians too have a right to defend themselves. Hamas was the popular
> choice of Palestinians at the last election and is entitled under
> international law to take up arms against an illegal occupier and invader.
> If it is supported by Iran, so what? Israel is extravagantly funded and
> supplied by the US. Here's part of their begging-bowl "Military Aid Speech"...
>
> "Israel makes the request for military assistance out of self-defense. As a
> democracy, they have the right and the responsibility to protect our
> borders. As a democracy, they have the right and the responsibility to
> protect their citizens. "Israel does not ask for U.S. troops to protect
> itself. It does not ask for a single American soldier to protect its
> borders. It only asks for the funds for them to protect themselves. They
> need the equipment so that their own troops can ensure the safety of their
> civilian population through this gathering conflict with the enemies of
> democracy. "They didn't ask to have our nation built in range of Iranian
> missiles. They didn't ask that their nation be a focal point for religious
> extremists who have declared war on the West and on democracy. "But they
> are, and they need your help."
>
> And Here's the Rationale Behind it....
>
> "Americans fundamentally believe that a democracy has a right to protect its
> people and its borders. And while Americans don't want to increase foreign
> aid in a time of significant budgetary deficits and painful spending cuts,
> there is one and only one argument that will work for Israel (in four easy
> steps):
>
> 1) As a democracy, Israel has the right and the responsibility to defend its
> borders and protect its people.
>
> 2) Terrorist groups, including Iran-backed Hezbollah and Hamas, continue to
> pose a direct threat to Israeli security and have repeatedly taken innocent
> Israeli lives.
>
> 3) Israel is America's one and only true ally in the region. In these
> particularly unstable and dangerous times, Israel should not be forced to go
> it alone.
>
> 4) With America's financial assistance, Israel can defend its borders,
> protect its people, and provide invaluable assistance to the American effort
> against the war against terrorism."
>
> It's evident that Americans don't believe in democracy enough to allow
> Palestinian democracy to flourish.
>
> "When the terror ends, Israel will no longer need to have challenging
> checkpoints to inspect goods and people. When the terror ends we will no
> longer need a security fence."
>
> There are no rockets coming out of the West Bank, so why is the security
> fence still there - and still being built? Why are the occupation troops
> still there? Why are hundreds of checkpoints still there? Why is Israel
> still stealing land, demolishing Palestinian homes and building settlements
> there?
>
> "Remind people - again and again - that Israel wants peace.  Reason One: If
> Americans see no hope for peace-if they only see a continuation of a
> 2,000-year-long episode of "Family Feud"-Americans will not want their
> government to spend tax dollars or their President's clout on helping
> Israel. Reason Two: The speaker that is perceived as being most for peace
> will win the debate. Every time someone makes the plea for peace, the
> reaction is positive. If you want to regain the public relations advantage,
> peace should be at the core of whatever message you wish to convey."
>
> Israel does not want peace. It has never met its peace agreement
> obligations. Every action is directed at keeping the conflict going until
> the Israelis have stolen enough land and established enough 'facts on the
> ground' - Jews-only settlements, highways, disconnected Palestinian
> bantustans - to enable them to redraw the map to suit their expansionist
> agenda and make the occupation permanent.
>
> Gaza in a Vice
>
> "Israel made painful sacrifices and took a risk to give peace a chance. They
> voluntarily removed over 9,000 settlers from Gaza and parts of the West
> Bank, abandoning homes, schools, businesses, and places of worship in the
> hopes of renewing the peace process. Despite making an overture for peace by
> withdrawing from Gaza, Israel continues to face terrorist attacks, including
> rocket attacks and drive-by shootings of innocent Israelis. Israel knows
> that for a lasting peace, they must be free from terrorism and live with
> defensible borders."
>
> Israel never left. It still occupies Gazan airspace, coastal waters and
> airwaves, and controls all borders except Rafah where it nevertheless exerts
> a veto. Israel has Gaza in a vice, which is crushing the tiny enclave's
> economy, starving its 1.5 million citizens and creating a huge humanitarian
> crisis in an attempt to bring the elected government to its knees.
>
> "Draw direct parallels between Israel and America-including the need to
> defend against terrorism.... The more you focus on the similarities between
> Israel and America, the more likely you are to win the support of those who
> are neutral. Indeed, Israel is an important American ally in the war against
> terrorism, and faces many of the same challenges as America in protecting
> their citizens."
>
> Note how Israel's strategy is almost totally dependent on the false idea
> that they are victims of terror and western nations need to huddle together
> with Israel for mutual protection. Fortunately, level-headed people are
> beginning to realize who the terrorists really are.
>
> It is surely obvious by now that allowing parallels to be drawn between
> Israel and America only serves to increase the world's hatred of America. US
> citizens need to wake up to this, and British citizens should avoid falling
> into the same trap.
>
> Inject with "Core Values" and Repeat Over and Over Again.
>
> "The language of Israel is the language of America: 'democracy,' 'freedom,'
> 'security,' and 'peace.' These four words are at the core of the American
> political, economic, social, and cultural systems, and they should be
> repeated as often as possible because they resonate with virtually every
> American."
>
> If so fluent in this language, why won't Israel acknowledge their neighbours'
> rights to democracy, freedom, security and peace and end their military
> oppression?
>
> "A simple rule of thumb is that once you get to the point of repeating the
> same message over and over again so many times that you think you might get
> sick-that is just about the time the public will wake up and say 'Hey-this
> person just might be saying something interesting to me!' But don't confuse
> messages with facts.... "
>
> Never let facts get in the way of a good message!
>
> "How can the current Palestinian leadership honestly say it will pursue
> peace when previous leaders rejected an offer to create a Palestinian state
> just a few short years ago and now refuse to live up to their
> responsibilities as outlined in the Road Map?"
>
> This must be a reference to Barak's so-called "generous offer", another of
> the myths Israelis love to peddle. The West Bank and the Gaza Strip, seized
> by Israel in 1967 and occupied ever since, comprise just 22% of
> pre-partition Palestine. When the Palestinians signed the Oslo Agreement in
> 1993 they agreed to accept the 22% and recognise Israel within 'Green Line'
> borders (i.e. the 1949 Armistice Line established after the Arab-Israeli
> War). Conceding 78% of the land that was originally theirs was an
> astonishing compromise on the part of the Palestinians.
>
> But it wasn't enough for greedy Barak. His 'generous offer' required the
> inclusion of 69 Israeli settlements within the 22% remnant. It was plain to
> see on the map that these settlement blocs created impossible borders and
> already severely disrupted Palestinian life in the West Bank. Barak also
> demanded the Palestinian territories be placed under "Temporary Israeli
> Control", meaning Israeli military and administrative control indefinitely.
> The 'generous offer' also gave Israel control over all the border crossings
> of the new Palestinian State. What nation in the world would accept that?
> The unacceptable reality of Barak's offer, contained in the map, was hidden
> by propaganda spin.
>
> Later, at Taba, Barak produced a revised map but withdrew it after his
> election defeat. Don't take my word for it - the facts are well documented
> and explained by organisations such as Gush Shalom.
>
> "Why is the world so silent about the written, vocal, stated aims of Hamas?"
>
> Why is the world so silent about the written, stated aims of the racist
> regime and its political parties? Read their manifestoes.
>
> "Successful communications is not about being able to recite every fact from
> the long history of the Arab-Israeli conflict. It is about pointing out a
> few core principles of shared values-such as democracy and freedom-and
> repeating them over and over again.... You need to start with empathy for
> both sides, remind your audience that Israel wants peace and then repeat the
> messages of democracy, freedom, and peace over and over again.... we need to
> repeat the message, on average, ten times to be effective."
>
> Is democracy a shared value? Israel is an ethnocracy. Is freedom a shared
> value? The world is still waiting for Israel to allow the Palestinians their
> freedom.
>
> "The situation in the Middle East may be complicated, but all parties should
> adopt a simple approach: peace first, political boundaries second."
>
> Renounce resistance while still under Israel's jackboot? The correct
> approach is for the international community to first insist that Israel
> complies with international law and the many UN resolutions it has
> contemptuously ignored. The boundaries are already defined. Whatever issues
> remain to be decided, Palestinians should not have to negotiate under
> occupation or duress.
>
> Rockets, Bombs and Atrocities: the Language of Peace
>
> "Bottom line: What will happen if we fail to get the world to care about the
> fact that Israeli parents in southern Israel need to literally dodge rockets
> when they drive their children to kindergarten in the morning? What will
> happen if the world allows Iran, the world's largest state sponsor of
> terrorism, to get nuclear weapons? What will Israel do if bad press causes
> American citizens to ask [their] government to turn its back on Israel? Why
> do I care so much about the success of your communications efforts? I care
> because I never want our children to live through what my family and yours
> lived through in the Holocaust."
>
> Only one in 500 makeshift Qassam rockets causes a fatality, small beer
> compared to the devastation and carnage resulting from Israel's
> state-of-the-art rocketry targeted on Gaza. How does it look when
> Palestinians are forced to pay a heavy price for the Holocaust in Europe?
> And how much does Israel care about the Palestinian holocaust it has caused?
>
> The manual then gives a long glossary of terms. Here's a sample....
>
> "Deliberately firing rockets into civilian communities": Combine terrorist
> motive with civilian visuals and you have the perfect illustration of what
> Israel faced in Gaza and Lebanon. Especially with regard to rocket attacks
> but useful for any kind of terrorist attack, deliberate is the right word to
> use to call out the intent behind the attacks. This is far more powerful
> than describing the attacks as "random."
>
> Israelis know all about bombarding civilian targets. And they are careful
> not to mention that Sderot, until recently the only Israeli township within
> range of Gazan rockets, is built on the ruins of an ethnically cleansed
> Palestinian village whose inhabitants were forced from their homes by Jewish
> terrorists.
>
> "Economic Diplomacy": This is a much more embracing and popular term than
> the current lexicon of "sanctions." It has appeal across the political
> spectrum: the tough economic approach appeals to Republicans, and the
> diplomacy component satisfies Democrats.
>
> This is a game we can all play. Israel is now beginning to suffer "economic
> diplomacy" in the form of worldwide boycotts.
>
> "Economic Prosperity": Whenever Israel talks about the "economic prosperity"
> of the Palestinians, it puts Israel in the most positive light possible.
> After all, who can disagree?
>
> What sort of prosperity is it when nothing can be imported or exported
> without Israel's approval and fisherman can't even put to sea in their own
> waters without having their boats shot up by the Israeli navy?
>
> "Human to Human": "We know that the average Palestinian and the average
> Israeli want to come together and make peace. They want to live in peace.
> Israeli leaders have come together with Arab leaders to make peace in the
> past. But how do you make peace with Hamas and Hezbollah?"
>
> Simple. You get off their land and stay off. There can be no peace under
> occupation. You have to be very stupid not to understand that.
>
> "Humanize Rockets": Paint a vivid picture of what life is like in Israeli
> communities that are vulnerable to attack. Yes, cite the number of rocket
> attacks that have occurred. But immediately follow that up with what it is
> like to make the nightly trek to the bomb shelter.
>
> Would Israel care to tell the world how many bombs, rockets and shells
> (including the illegal and prohibited variety) its F-16s, tanks, armed
> drones and navy gunboats have poured into the densely-packed humanity that
> is Gaza?
>
> Still More Advice....
>
> "Living together, side by side". This is the best way to describe the
> ultimate vision of a two-state solution without using the phrase.
>
> Sounds cute but is worn out. Who would want to live alongside bigots and
> extremists who have made your life a misery for 61 years?
>
> "When talking about a Palestinian partner, it is essential to distinguish
> between Hamas and everyone else. Only the most anti-Israel, pro- Palestinian
> American expects Israel to  negotiate with Hamas, so you have to be clear
> that you are seeking a 'moderate Palestinian partner'."
>
> Where are the moderate Israeli partners?
>
> "The fight is over ideology - not land; terror, not territory. Thus, you
> must avoid using Israel's religious claims to land as a reason why Israel
> should not give up land. Such claims only make Israel look extremist to
> people who are not religious Christians or Jews."
>
> If the fight isn't about land, why did Israel steal it at gunpoint? And why
> won't they give it back when told to by the UN?
>
> "Think Pro-Palestinian. While I have spoken about Israeli casualties, I want
> to recognize those Palestinians that have been killed or wounded, because
> they are suffering as well. I particularly want to reach out to Palestinian
> mothers who have lost their children. No parent should have to bury their
> child."
>
> Israel won't even allow cement into Gaza to build the graves.
>
> "And so I say to my Palestinian colleagues . you can stop the bloodshed. You
> can stop the suicide bombings and rocket attacks. If you really want to, you
> can put an end to this cycle of violence. If you won't do it for our
> children, do it for your children."
>
> This is recommended to activists as "an effective Israeli sound bite".
>
> "I want to see a future where the Palestinians govern themselves. Israel
> does not want to govern a single Palestinian. Not one. We want them to
> govern themselves. We want them to have complete self-determination."
>
> Israel is desperate to snuff out Palestine's fledgling democracy and destroy
> the remnants of its government. For decades Israel has dismissed the
> Palestinians' right to self-determination.
>
> "The big picture approach is this: You must isolate Hamas as:
>
> - A critical cause of the delay in achieving a two-state solution
> - The biggest source of harm to the Palestinian people, and
> - The reason why Israel must defend its people from living in terror.
>
> Read from the Hamas Charter. Now, here's how to attack Hamas: indict them
> with their own indoctrination materials. Yes, people know Hamas is a
> terrorist organization - but they don't know just how terrifying Hamas can
> be. The absolute best way to heighten their awareness is to read from the
> Hamas Charter itself. Don't just "quote" from it. Read it. Out loud. Again
> and again. Hand it out to everyone."
>
> At last Israel makes a good point. After 3 years of 'government' Hamas must
> be mad to persist with its ill-advised charter. They have been severely
> tested. They have matured. They have earned credibility in many eyes. Israel's
> behaviour makes Hamas look good. But all that will count for nothing if they
> don't re-write their charter as a matter of urgency.
>
> Regev's Pearls of Wisdom. But How Safe is the Region under the Threat of
> Israel's Nukes?
>
> "It's not just Israel who refuses to speak to Hamas. It's the whole
> international community. Most of the democratic world refuses to have a
> relationship with Hamas because Hamas has refused to meet the most minimal
> benchmarks of international behavior." -  Mark Regev
>
> Isn't that a little cheeky, Mr Regev, coming from a regime widely condemned
> for war crimes, piracy and mega-lawlessness.
>
> "It was the former U.N. secretary general Kofi Anan that put four benchmarks
> on the table. And he said, speaking for the international community. What if
> Hamas reforms itself . If Hamas recognizes my country's right to live in
> freedom . If Hamas renounces terrorism against innocent civilians . If Hamas
> supports international agreements that are being signed and agreed to
> concerning the peace process . then the door is open. But unfortunately -
> tragically - Hamas has failed to meet even one of those four benchmarks. And
> that's why today Hamas is isolated internationally. Even the United Nations
> refuses to speak to Hamas." - Mark Regev
>
> Which of those benchmarks has Israel met, Mr Regev?
>
> "Israel is very concerned about the Iranian nuclear program. And for good
> reason.  Iran's President openly talks about wiping Israel off the map. We
> see them racing ahead on nuclear enrichment so they can have enough fissile
> material to build a bomb. We see them working on their ballistic missiles.
> We only saw, last week, shooting a rocket to launch a so-called satellite
> into outer space and so forth. The Iranian nuclear program is a threat, not
> just to my country, but to the entire region. And it's incumbent upon us all
> to do what needs to be done to keep from proliferating." - Mark Regev
>
> Why is Israel the only state in the region not to have signed the Nuclear
> Non-Proliferation Treaty, Mr Regev? Are we all supposed to believe that
> Israel's 200 (or is it 400?) nuclear warheads pose no threat? Would you also
> like to comment on why Israel hasn't signed the Biological and Toxin Weapons
> Convention, and why it has signed but not ratified the Comprehensive Nuclear
> Test-Ban Treaty, similarly the Chemical Weapons Convention? What proof do
> you have of Iran's nuclear weapons plans?
>
> And why do you persist in misquoting Mr Ahmadjinadad?
>
> The Holy City is Not Up for Grabs
>
> "The toughest issue to communicate will be the final resolution of
> Jerusalem. Americans overwhelmingly want Israel to be in charge of the
> religious holy sites and are frankly afraid of the consequences should
> Israel turn over control to the Palestinians. Consider:
>
> 71% of Americans trust Israel most to protect the holy sites in Jerusalem,
> compared to 6.1% who trust the Palestinian authority most. 8.5% percent
> trust neither.
>
> 54% of Americans believe that "Jerusalem must remain united under Israeli
> sovereignty" while just 23.9% believe that 'Jerusalem should be divided into
> Israeli controlled and Palestinian controlled areas'.
>
> Given the choice between the two, Americans of all political and demographic
> stripes trust Israel to protect and have sovereignty over Jerusalem."
>
> Israel is in control right now and prevents Muslims and Christians from
> outside the City visiting the holy places. No way can Israel be trusted. The
> UN's partition plan decreed that Jerusalem should become a 'corpus separatum'
> under international management. It is unlikely that the UN would wish to see
> its resolutions torn up or international law re-written for Israel's sole
> benefit, regardless of America's misinformed opinion.
>
> Get the Name-Calling Right
>
> I'll close with the following extract....
>
> "Many on the left see an "Israel v. Palestinian" crisis where Israel is
> Goliath and the Palestinians are David. It is critical that they understand
> that this is an Arab-Israeli crisis and that the force undermining peace is
> Iran and their proxies Hezbollah, Hamas and Islamic Jihad. You must not call
> Hamas just Hamas. Call them what they are: Iran-backed Hamas. Indeed, when
> they know that Iran is behind Hamas and Hezbollah, they are much more
> supportive of Israel."
>
> By the same token we must call the racist regime what it is - US-backed
> Israel.
>
> Iran's support for Hamas is difficult to quantify and probably less than we
> think. It is likely that more funding has come from Sunni Arab countries
> such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar. In any case it is peanuts compared to
> America's support for Israel.
>
> Hamas is an offshoot of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhhod and was founded in 1987
> during the first Intifada. Hezbollah came into being in 1982 in response to
> US-backed Israel's invasion of Lebanon. So the territorial ambitions of
> US-backed Israel provoked the rise of both. Israel's problem is entirely
> self-inflicted and shouldn't concern the rest of us.
>
> It's no surprise that Hamas's election manifesto in 2006 called for
> maintaining the armed struggle against US-backed Israel's illegal occupation
> of the Palestinian Territories.
>
> Our Obligation to Respect and Promote Human Rights
>
> The Israel Project describes itself as "devoted to educating the press and
> the public about Israel while promoting security, freedom and peace". It
> provides journalists, leaders and opinion-formers with "accurate information
> about Israel".
>
> However its propaganda manual, which runs to 116 pages, is an unpleasant
> piece of work which recycles many of the discredited techniques used by the
> advertising industry before standards of honesty, decency and truthfulness
> were brought in to protect the public.
>
> And it serves to undermine with clever words the inalienable rights pledged
> by the UN and the world's civilized nations to all peoples, including the
> Palestinians.
>
> When you have to stoop this low you simply don't have a case.
>
> Everyone should bear in mind the following, written nearly 61 years ago:
>
> "Now, Therefore the General Assembly proclaims This Universal Declaration of
> Human Rights as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all
> nations, to the end that every individual and every organ of society,
> keeping this Declaration constantly in mind, shall strive by teaching and
> education to promote respect for these rights and freedoms and by
> progressive measures, national and international, to secure their universal
> and effective recognition and observance, both among the peoples of Member
> States themselves and among the peoples of territories under their
> jurisdiction."
>
> It would seem that Israel has not read or understood the principles
> enshrined in the Universal Declaration, which all nations signed up to.
> There can be no excuse. Attempts to wipe out the rights of people who happen
> to be in the way of the bulldozing Zionist vision of a 'Greater Israel'
> deserve no support whatever.
>
> Meanwhile the Palestinian side needs to de-bunk this Zionist handbook and
> re-frame the Holy Land situation in the language of truth. If the PA and the
> PLO won't do it, who will?
>
> Maybe it's a job for the churches and mosques.
>
>  - Stuart Littlewood is author of the book Radio Free Palestine, which tells
> the plight of the Palestinians under occupation. He contributed this article
> to PalestineChronicle.com. Visit: www.radiofreepalestine.co.uk.

Israel is going down taking USA with them and so are the fake jews,
the Ashkenazis.

Dr. Sir John Howard, AC, WSCMoF .>
2009-09-17 23:45:41 EST
Lee wrote:
> "al92653" <al92653@xyz.com> wrote in message
> news:6ojsm.37066$u76.36157@newsfe10.iad...
>> How Low Will Israel Stoop in Its Propaganda War?
>
> Having seen some epic Pallywood documentaries Israel are just amateurs
> really, Pallywood are the real award winners although the special
> effects could generally be a little more realistic if they tried harder.

Arselifters are too dumb.

--
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ipvdBnU8F8
- KRudd at his finest.

"The Labour Party is corrupt beyond redemption!"
- Labour hasbeen Mark Latham in a moment of honest clarity.

"This is the recession we had to have!"
- Paul Keating explaining why he gave Australia another Labour recession.

"Silly old bugger!"
- Well known ACTU pisspot and sometime Labour prime minister Bob Hawke
responding to a pensioner who dared ask for more.

"By 1990, no child will live in poverty"
- Bob Hawke again, desperate to win another election.

"A billion trees ..."
- Borke, pissed as a newt again.

"Well may we say 'God save the Queen' because nothing will save the governor
general!"
- Egotistical shithead and pompous fuckwit E.G. Whitlam whining about his
appointee for Governor General John Kerr.

"SHUT THE FUCK UP YOU DUMB CUNT!"
- FlangesBum on learning the truth about Labour's economic capabilities.

"We'll just change it all when we get in."
- Garrett the carrott

Lee
2009-09-18 00:11:06 EST

"Dr. Sir John Howard, AC, WSCMoF"
<""malcum.fabian.is.a.moron\"@kangarooistan.com.au ."> wrote in message
news:003c8617$0$2878$c3e8da3@news.astraweb.com...
> Lee wrote:
>> "al92653" <al92653@xyz.com> wrote in message
>> news:6ojsm.37066$u76.36157@newsfe10.iad...
>>> How Low Will Israel Stoop in Its Propaganda War?
>>
>> Having seen some epic Pallywood documentaries Israel are just
>> amateurs really, Pallywood are the real award winners although the
>> special effects could generally be a little more realistic if they
>> tried harder.
>
> Arselifters are too dumb.

True, ever see that clip where an arselifter ambulance was supposed to
have been shot up by Israeli rockets but all the metal shards around the
holes in the roof were pointing out to the sky lol.

Anyone who has opened a can of beans would recognise that they should
have been pointing down and in following the path of the projectiles.

Can't remember if they actually left the hammer and chisel in the
vehicle.

> --
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ipvdBnU8F8
> - KRudd at his finest.
>
> "The Labour Party is corrupt beyond redemption!"
> - Labour hasbeen Mark Latham in a moment of honest clarity.
>
> "This is the recession we had to have!"
> - Paul Keating explaining why he gave Australia another Labour
> recession.
>
> "Silly old bugger!"
> - Well known ACTU pisspot and sometime Labour prime minister Bob
> Hawke responding to a pensioner who dared ask for more.
>
> "By 1990, no child will live in poverty"
> - Bob Hawke again, desperate to win another election.
>
> "A billion trees ..."
> - Borke, pissed as a newt again.
>
> "Well may we say 'God save the Queen' because nothing will save the
> governor general!"
> - Egotistical shithead and pompous fuckwit E.G. Whitlam whining about
> his appointee for Governor General John Kerr.
>
> "SHUT THE FUCK UP YOU DUMB CUNT!"
> - FlangesBum on learning the truth about Labour's economic
> capabilities.
>
> "We'll just change it all when we get in."
> - Garrett the carrott



Dr. Sir John Howard, AC, WSCMoF .>
2009-09-19 00:43:01 EST
Lee wrote:
> "Dr. Sir John Howard, AC, WSCMoF"
> <""malcum.fabian.is.a.moron\"@kangarooistan.com.au ."> wrote in message
> news:003c8617$0$2878$c3e8da3@news.astraweb.com...
>> Lee wrote:
>>> "al92653" <al92653@xyz.com> wrote in message
>>> news:6ojsm.37066$u76.36157@newsfe10.iad...
>>>> How Low Will Israel Stoop in Its Propaganda War?
>>> Having seen some epic Pallywood documentaries Israel are just
>>> amateurs really, Pallywood are the real award winners although the
>>> special effects could generally be a little more realistic if they
>>> tried harder.
>> Arselifters are too dumb.
>
> True, ever see that clip where an arselifter ambulance was supposed to
> have been shot up by Israeli rockets but all the metal shards around the
> holes in the roof were pointing out to the sky lol.

Yep! LOL!

> Anyone who has opened a can of beans would recognise that they should
> have been pointing down and in following the path of the projectiles.
>
> Can't remember if they actually left the hammer and chisel in the
> vehicle.

Arselifters are really that dumb!

--
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ipvdBnU8F8
- KRudd at his finest.

"The Labour Party is corrupt beyond redemption!"
- Labour hasbeen Mark Latham in a moment of honest clarity.

"This is the recession we had to have!"
- Paul Keating explaining why he gave Australia another Labour recession.

"Silly old bugger!"
- Well known ACTU pisspot and sometime Labour prime minister Bob Hawke
responding to a pensioner who dared ask for more.

"By 1990, no child will live in poverty"
- Bob Hawke again, desperate to win another election.

"A billion trees ..."
- Borke, pissed as a newt again.

"Well may we say 'God save the Queen' because nothing will save the governor
general!"
- Egotistical shithead and pompous fuckwit E.G. Whitlam whining about his
appointee for Governor General John Kerr.

"SHUT THE FUCK UP YOU DUMB CUNT!"
- FlangesBum on learning the truth about Labour's economic capabilities.

"We'll just change it all when we get in."
- Garrett the carrott
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