“A month ago, I was looking for an ad that would highlight the positive aspects of our relationship with Israel, the Palestinian people and our shared values,” the ad’s narrator explains.
“The ad that came to me was from the Israeli government, and it was the one that was most appropriate for me, because it had a clear and consistent message.
I wrote the ad for a young Israeli man in his late teens or early 20s.
It’s a message of peace, hope and hope for all the people of the world, and that’s what I want to tell the world.”
A couple of months ago, as the ad campaign was developing, a new ad was created, one that addressed Israel’s alleged policies of apartheid and colonization.
It was a video titled “The Problem With Palestine,” which featured an Israeli military captain addressing the audience in a video montage of Israeli soldiers in the occupied West Bank.
The video was intended to highlight the issue of Israel’s colonization of Palestinian lands, which have been under Israeli military control since 1967, when the Oslo Accords were signed.
But when the video was released, the Israeli media was quick to condemn the video as a “racist” attack against Israelis, while calling for its removal.
The Israeli government quickly responded, releasing a statement condemning the video and calling on Israel’s “civil society to take the appropriate action to condemn it.”
In response, a Palestinian woman, who identified herself as Sara, wrote a scathing response on her Facebook page.
The video is offensive to everyone, she wrote.
It is a propaganda piece designed to divide us and create division in the world.
It does not represent the people we are fighting for and its intent is to divide.
The ad’s creator, who goes by “the Jewish Girl,” did not respond to multiple requests for comment from The Jerusalem report.
But Sara said she had received numerous messages of support for her video, including one message from an Israeli lawmaker, who called the video “one of the most important propaganda videos that I’ve ever seen.”
The ad was approved by the Israeli Advertising Standards Authority, or ASA, and went on to receive hundreds of comments, Sara said.
Some, she said, had asked if she had paid any attention to the ASA, while others, like me, questioned whether the video could be seen as a racist attack against Israel.
The ASA is an independent body that regulates Israeli advertising, but has no authority over its advertising.
The agency said it was aware of the controversy surrounding the ad and would look into the matter.
The advertisement’s creator did not return The Jerusalem Report’s request for comment.
In a video posted on Facebook, Sara told The Jerusalem, “I am an Israeli citizen who has lived in Israel for 10 years, and I am proud to represent my country, the people, and the land of Israel.
I’m also a human being and I don’t feel that it is okay for the Israeli public to take my words and use them against me.”