August 18, 2014

Israeli Propaganda Starts to Wear Thin

Rami Khouri, The Daily Star

The Associated Press

One of the fascinating dimensions of the battle between Israel and Palestine is how Israeli leaders and their American apologists keep changing their propaganda message aimed at generally ignorant Western audiences.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Gaza, Palestinians, Palestine, Israel

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