[Ed. note – The video has apparently been removed, at least for the time being. Still, the article is worth reading…]
By David Sheen
A new video released by a pro-Israel public relations group has a startling message for Europeans: their continent is about to be obliterated by Islamic armies, and if they don’t stop the movement to boycott Israel, Jerusalem will permit the catastrophe to occur.
The video was released yesterday on the Facebook social network by Hallelu, a little-known PR outfit dedicated to improving the international image of the State of Israel, and has already racked up over five thousand video views…
In his usual characteristic and “colorful” language, Ken O’Keefe dissects the so-called redacted 28 pages as well as the ingrained corruption and dysfunctionality of the US political system, plus a few other topics. The last time I posted a Ken O’Keefe video we had a complaint from one of our readers about the profanity–and yes it’s true, I normally don’t post anything containing a lot of obscene language. But O’Keefe, in addition to being an ex-US Marine, is also an unabashed truth-teller, so in his case I normally make an exception.
[ Ed. note – Arguably the refugee crisis in Europe is a direct result of US and Israeli regime change/balkanization policies in the Middle East and North Africa. So how ironic is it that the Jewish National Fund, one of the oldest Zionist organizations in the world, has come forward to offer its “unique knowledge” in an effort to ease the problems brought on by millions of refugees flooding into Europe from war-torn regions like Syria?
[Ed. note – The US-backed “moderate” rebel group Ahrar al-Sham is believed to have been behind a bloody massacre that took place Thursday in the Syrian town of Zara. The mainly Alawite town is located some 12 miles northwest of Aleppo near the Turkish border. The slaughter in the town came one day before an Israeli attack in Damascus that killed a Hezbollah commander–and on the same day that Turkish President Recep Erdogan hinted at the possibility of sending troops into Syria.
Netanyahu’s Twitter Nakba
In what could at best be described as a risky PR move, and at worst just asking for trouble, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu opened himself up to the world of Twitter with an “Ask Netanyahu” social media campaign, yielding predictably funny results.
Treatment Described as ‘Unacceptable’
World Council of Churches
After traveling to Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv in the last week for a climate justice meeting, World Council of Churches (WCC) staff and partners were detained or deported in a manner that WCC general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit terms both unprecedented and intolerable.