Giving peace a chance?

Spinwatch has published a new report on the Britain-Israel Communications and Research Centre by Hilary Aked, Tom Mills, David Miller and myself:

BICOM was established in 2001 in the wake of the Second Intifada and increasing international exasperation with Israel. Looking back a decade later, its primary funder, the billionaire businessman Poju Zabludowicz, neatly articulated its raison d'etre: 'We have learnt over the last 10 years… that the key to creating a more supportive environment for Israel in Britain is convincing people in this country that Israel seeks a lasting peace… As long as this argument remains credible then people will generally forgive mistakes and difficulties even if peace continues to be elusive', he wrote.

Get a.pdf of the full report here.






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