Talk:Israel

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So Kommunipedia is officaly anti-Israel? or just anti-Zionism? --Bobb 03:02, 25 July 2011 (MSD)

we are not "officially" anything, just try to give every leftist's POV, most leftists believe Israel has commited many imperialist acts, however, if you think the Israel government has also done good things, please feel free to add them to the article but CITE YOUR SOURCES —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 03:53, 25 July 2011 (MSD)
As I have understood, Israel sympathy is capitalist. Don't know any communists I that support Israel (but I don't know anyone that support Israel at all! ;)) As "the Communist Encyclopedia", we must not support such as Israel. Israel is a fucking puppet regime of Bush and Reagan and the other motherfuckers. --Nocomrade 19:08, 16 September 2011 (MSD)
In Germany there are many socialist movements that support Israel.
Kameraad1986 02:44, 25 April 2012 (MSK)
This article could use some work. I have re-written the introduction, but the body of the article remains quite biased. User:Fred Bauder Talk 02:55, 25 April 2012 (MSK)
Now you have made it completely pro-Israel. I doubt there are any socialist movements which support the state of Israel, and even if there were it wouldn't justify adding pro-Israel bias to the article. For me it is clear Israel is a capitalist, imperialist state which is supported by USA. —
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xXPowerMexicoXx (Talk) 06:08, 25 April 2012 (MSK)

Hasbara

There are active efforts by Zionists to tilt internet content in their favor:

Haifa U offering students new elective in 'hasbara'
MAX SCHINDLER
7 March 2012, The Jerusalem Post Wp→
The students will participate in writing Wikipedia entries, publicizing hasbara (public diplomacy) talking points and confronting anti-Israel activists in online chat rooms.

The internet: Israel's new PR battlefield
NEIL LAZARUS
4 March 2012, The Times of Israel Wp→
For generations, many in the Diaspora have been frustrated by the ineffectiveness of Israeli hasbara, feeling that they could explain Israel's position better themselves. Today many supporters of Israel worldwide are becoming Digital Ambassadors. The internet is transforming the battle lines of Israel's public relations war. . . . Israel is recruiting anybody with a computer or a smart phone to help in the campaign. . . . And as the internet grows, so does the potential impact of Israeli hasbara. As Hasbara becomes a grassroots movement, the very essence of the relationship between Israel and Diaspora Jewry is being transformed. Israel's hasbara seems to be becoming more dynamic, as the Diaspora takes responsibility. Even day schools and MASA programs have been conscripted to the task.

Israel's new approach to hasbara
NATALIE MENAGED
17 April 2012, The Times of Israel

Mondoweiss

Mondoweiss is website that analyses news from a progressive Jewish perspective. User:Fred Bauder Talk 21:32, 1 May 2012 (MSK)