Israel's War on Truth

Abby Martin highlights the Israeli Military's bombing of media buildings and targeting of journalists, including the RT office in Gaza, and calls out the Israeli government to for making veiled threats to RT's headquarters in Moscow.
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It really looks like Israel is loosing the PR war these days and this in a country with one of the biggest PR fronts ever created. Sometime in the past Israel concocted a stealth PR campaign that Coke or Pepsi would be envious of: I am talking about the laundry list of claims that Israel makes for herself and are evident in many people's knee-jerk support of Israel: that she is a victim, the David versus Goliath complex, that they have the most humanitarian military in the world. Now, Israel is having trouble selling their myths even internally. A vocal wave refuseniks called Shministim arose a few years ago in Israel (Shministim is Hebrew for 12 graders the average enlistment age in the IDF). Says one Shministim, Moriel Rothman, about the Israeli occupation: " The Occupation– which is the IDF’s primary function these days- is cruelty and injustice manifest. The Occupation is anti-God, anti-Love and staggeringly, constantly violent. The Occupation is based on a system of racial/ethnic separation that does, in fact, resemble South African Apartheid and segregation in the Southern United States until the 1960s. And this “temporary” Occupation is not “on its way out,” but is rather growing in strength every single day."
Now we have the recent debacle of Netanyahu with his Acme Bomb Company bomb at the United Nations and their admission that they are targeting journalists: what a way reinforce to the world that you have the most humanitarian military on the planet.


Adendum: I added this way after I posted this comment 'cause I couln't find my movie suggestions on the topic. Here they are:

Close to Home is an Israeli movie that shows the psychological cost two women pay for being in the IDF:

To See If I'm Smiling is another movie that deals with the psychological cost women pay for being in the IDF, this one is a documentary: