compiled by Cem Ertür
3 June 2009
1) Israeli diplomats told to take offensive in PR war against Iran (1 June 2009)
2) Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Ayalon visits US and Latin America (1 June 2009)
excerpt from: Israeli diplomats told to take offensive in PR war against Iran
by Barak Ravid, Haaretz, 1 June 2009
|Organizing demonstrations in front of Iranian consulates worldwide, staging mock stonings and hangings in public, and launching a massive media campaign against Iran – these are just some of the steps Israeli diplomats have been told to take in the coming weeks. The goal, according to a senior Foreign Ministry official, is “to show the world that Iran is not a Western democracy” in the run-up to the country’s presidential election on June 12.
About a week ago, the head of the ministry’s Task Force on Isolating Iran sent a classified telegram to all Israeli embassies and consulates, titled “Activities in the Run-up to Iran’s Presidential Election.” It detailed things Israeli representatives should do before, during and after the election.
The telegram noted that hundreds of journalists from around the world will go to Iran to cover the election. Therefore, Israeli representatives must try to give background briefings to various media outlets before the journalists depart, and to the host country’s foreign ministry officials.
In addition, diplomats should try to promote press coverage of stories that reveal the Iranian regime’s true face, especially its violations of human rights and suppression of individual liberty.
The main message Israeli diplomats should try to send is that “despite the democratic game of a presidential election, this is still a terrible regime that infringes on human rights and imposes many restrictions on its citizens,” the telegram said. In a nutshell, the goal is to “blacken Iran’s international reputation.”
excerpts from: Deputy FM Ayalon visits US and Latin America
Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, 1 June 2009
|Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Daniel Ayalon arrived Sunday morning in New York to begin a visit to the United States and, afterwards, to Latin America. He took part in the annual Salute to Israel parade that was held on Sunday, 31 May, in New York, under the auspices of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. […]
In an interview to Fox News, Deputy FM Ayalon talked about the Iranian threat: “Iran is working on expanding its influence throughout the world – Latin America, the Gulf States and the Middle East. Iranian capability to launch long-range missiles is a threat to world peace and is liable, within a short time, to extend to the eastern shores of the United States of America.”
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Well stated my friend. I’ve the feeling that most of the public, particularly outside the US, well quickly see this colossal fraud for what it is.
It sounds like Israel is blowing so much hot air. Everything they are accusing Iran of being guilty of are precisely ofwhat Isreal is guilty. The biggest threat to peace in the Middle East are Israel and the US. Iran has not attacked a coutry in hundreds of years. within the last 60 years Israel has attacked various countries including US ships. Israel claims to be a democracy, but is in reality an apartheid state.
Iran has an expanding sphere of influence because it is a country that can be trusted and relied upon as opposed to the unilaterally and illegally stolen state of Israel.
True Jews are aware of the veracity of the above words, and it is only Zionist sealots that object to them.