Israel seems to be failing to make the (false) case that it is not trying to harm civilians in Gaza. People aren’t buying it this time. True, the politicians haven’t changed. But the public response has been sharp. There are still plenty of people to whom Palestinian life has no value, and they fully support what is Israel is doing, but that now seems to be the dividing line. I explore today at LobeLog.
The Lying Game: Failing in Gaza
July 21, 2014 by Mitchell Plitnick
Posted in Gaza, Hasbara | Tagged Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, atomic bomb, Benjamin Netanyahu, Dalia Scheindlin, Gaza, Gaza massacre, Gaza Strip, Hamas, Harry Truman, international law, Israel, Japan, John Kerry, nagasaki, Operation Cast Lead, Operation Solid Cliff, Shujaiya, Shujaiyah | Leave a Comment
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