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My Day in Court

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Submitted by Judith Schechter (United States), Dec 8, 2004 at 13:37

As a sidebar to your article, are you familiar with an Israeli television station performing a twist on Donald Trump's program by attemping to find a person strong enough to do battle with the U.S. media and help promote a positive image of Israel, as well as try to combat all the lies that are promagated from the other side? I know that you put out these e-mails, run articles in the press, etc. but what can be done to turn the public relations part of this war on Israel and Jews? Why can't you get yourself on Ted Koppel for instance discussing these issues, so that the world will see a strong promoter for Israel, not some of these weak apologists? Every time I see a debate being advertised about this issue, the person debating for Israel is a weak apologist who doesn't bring up the right issues, does not speak strongly for us, and lets me down personally. You speak up loud and strong. You say what has to be said. You need to get your message to more of the very naive world.

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Lawsuits and the left-wing [21 words]Octavio JohansonDec 26, 2004 17:2319135
My Day in Court [186 words]Judith SchechterDec 8, 2004 13:3718935
My Day in Court [31 words]KamathDec 8, 2004 09:5218930
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Thank you, Mr. Pipes [13 words]Gary GoldsteinDec 8, 2004 09:3118928
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Commenter Irfan Khawaja misses the point [135 words]AlexDec 8, 2004 00:3918923
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OUTRAGEOUSLY EXCELLENT WORK! [9 words]JohnDec 7, 2004 20:5618920
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