The Well-Coordinated Anti-Israel Propaganda Machine

Y Net News.com
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  • A study led by Israel’s Ministry for Diaspora Affairs and Combating Antisemitism reveals a significant challenge in countering the Palestinian narrative on social media, with posts spreading false information garnering about 100 million cumulative views on Twitter alone.
  • The study suggests a well-coordinated propaganda machine involving national factors, extreme left-wing intellectuals, far-right parties, neo-Nazis, trolls, and Muslim believers, which impact global awareness and public opinion on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
  • Specific influencers and groups, such as Jackson Hinkle, Maram Susli, Max Blumenthal, and the British activist Asa Winstanley, are identified as contributing to anti-Israel propaganda, using platforms like Twitter to reach large audiences.
  • The lack of a coordinated Israeli advocacy effort on social media is emphasized, with calls for a more organized response to counter the influence of state-sponsored networks, bots, and disinformation campaigns.  Read More

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