Monthly Archives: October 2008

WANTED: Earn Extra $ While Helping Israel

Do you ever find yourself complaining about Israel’s PR Effort worldwide?
 
Well a group of talented TV and media professionals are now doing something about it!.
 
A new media project called “Impact Israel” is gearing up for production and a team of English speaking, well-spoken and capable telemarketers will be needed.
 
You can be a part of this team in helping out with Israel’s PR efforts and earn some additional cash to your monthly salary.
 
This position is commission-only based with a high commission rate. Anyone intersted in learning more about the position please email rockfordproductions@gmail.com
 
Please note your past telemarketing experience and why you are qualified for the job.
 
“Impact Israel” – because it’s up to us!

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WANTED: People who care about Israel

We are looking for a few good people who believe that Israel needs better PR in the world.

 

A new television program will be produced to be aired worldwide to create better PR for Israel as well as raise the whole issue of global terrorism and a nuclear Iran as a danger to the whole Western World in addition to Israel.

 

If these issues are important to you then please click here, scroll down to the bottom and let us know to be in contact with you to help us make this important program a success!

 

Gemar Chatima Tova!
Avi

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Geert Wilders on Islam and it’s Threat to Israel and the World

Here is an excerpt from a speech given by Geert Wilders – a Dutch Parliamentarian and  chairman of the Party for Freedom, the Netherlands as well as the Producer of the film FITNA – at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York at an event sponsored by the Hudson Institute. 

“Now, I would like to say a few things about Israel. Because, very soon, we
will get together in its capitol. The best way for a politician in Europe to
lose votes is to say something positive about Israel. The public has
wholeheartedly accepted the Palestinian narrative, and sees Israel as the
aggressor. I, however, will continue to speak up for Israel. I see defending
Israel as a matter of principle. I have lived in this country and visited it
dozens of times. I support Israel. First, because it is the Jewish homeland
after two thousand years of exile up to and including Auschwitz, second
because it is a democracy, and third because Israel is our first line of
defense.

Samuel Huntington writes it so aptly: “Islam has bloody borders”. Israel is
located precisely on that border. This tiny country is situated on the fault
line of jihad, frustrating Islam’s territorial advance. Israel is facing the
front lines of jihad, like Kashmir, Kosovo, the Philippines, Southern
Thailand, Darfur in Sudan, Lebanon, and Aceh in Indonesia. Israel is simply
in the way. The same way West-Berlin was during the Cold War.

The war against Israel is not a war against Israel. It is a war against the
West.
It is jihad. Israel is simply receiving the blows that are meant for
all of us. If there would have been no Israel, Islamic imperialism would
have found other venues to release its energy and its desire for conquest.
Thanks to Israeli parents who send their children to the army and lay awake
at night, parents in Europe and America can sleep well and dream, unaware of
the dangers looming.”

Geert’s message underlies the important for our newest project – 

the TV production of IMPACT ISRAEL

 

 

Here is more of Geert Wilders:

Geert Wilders Speaks: Muslims & Tolerance Part I

 

Geert Wilders Speaks: Muslims & Tolerance Part II

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In ISRAEL for SUCCOT? Be Inspired by Reb Aryeh Levin!

See the movie about one of the biggest Tzadikim of the 20th century during Chol Hamoed Sukkot in Jerusalem.
“One of the Lamed Vav”, the movie about Reb Aryeh Levin, will be screened at the OU Israel Center – 22 Keren Hayesod, Jerusalem – on Wednesday and Thursday evenings of Chol Hamoed Sukkot.
This Chol Hamoed be inspired in Jerusalem by one of the most inspiring personalities of the 20th century. 

http://12tribefilms.org/rebaryeh

Gemar Chatima Tova!

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Is Good PR for Israel Important to you?

We are looking for a few good people who believe that Israel needs better PR in the world.

A new television program will be produced to be aired worldwide to create better PR for Israel as well as raise the whole issue of global terrorism and a nuclear Iran as a danger to the whole Western World in addition to Israel.

If these issues are important to you then please click here

 
, scroll down to the bottom and let us know to be in contact with you to help us make this important program a success!


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Mistrust – Better Understanding Israeli Society Today

I recently read a very important column in the Jerusalem Post written by Evelyn Gordon titled “When Violence Replaces Democracy”. It is a very sad yet critical analysis that should definately be read by anyone interested in better understanding Israeli society today and the deep feelings of mistrust, held by many, in the Israeli political system. 

Evelyn does a very important job of outlining the actual cases where the democratic practices and norms were trampled upon by Israeli governments over the years, leaving a large percentage of the Israeli public feeling hopeless with regards to bringing about any change to Israeli policy via democratic elections. The feeling is that the democratic system just doesn’t work.

Menora Chazani has recently made a movie that also touches upon this important topic. Her movie is called Hitnaari and it documents her personal thought journey from an obedient citizen to one that has a very hard time respecting the authorities and the laws that they enact. 

Menora’s narrative in the movie is less based upon the Israeli government’s trampling of democratic norms and more based on the policies and atmesphere that the Israeli government created that made her and her fellow friends and neighbors feel like an enemy of the state, while they lived in the community of Chomesh before it was uprooted in the summer of 2005. 

To begin to understand the importance of this topic I also highly recommend clicking here to see a video interview with Menora about the movie (the interview is in Hebrew without English subtitles)

Menora’s narrative in Hitnaari is also a sad yet extremely important process to hear and witness in order to better understand Israeli society today.  Many would rather cover their heads in the sand and pretend as if all these feelings of mistrust in the Israeli government don’t exist at all. But that is not the case. 

Unfortunately, ignoring the situation does nothing to help solve today’s situation. In order to truly make a difference these feelings of mistrust must be heard and understood and only then can they be dealt with properly to make a difference.

I highly recommend reading Evely’s column in the JPost and seeing Menora Chazani’s Movie Hitnaari.

Currently Menora Chazani’s movie Hitnaari is being promoted by 12 Tribe Films Foundation for screenings in Israel.

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