March 12, 2014

How Israel Lost a Media War

Lee Smith, Weekly Standard

The Associated Press

If Israel believed that exposing an Iranian arms transfer to terrorists in Gaza was a public relations coup that might make the White House think twice about making a deal with the regime in Tehran over its nuclear weapons program, then Jerusalem has fundamentally misread the Obama administration. Perhaps just as ominously, it shows that the government of Israel doesn’t understand the new media environment.

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TAGGED: Israel, Iran, Middle East

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