Israeli judge: Learn from Nazis

By Modi Kreitman
Ynet News

“We must learn from the Nazi tactics,” Retired Israeli Judge Hadassa Ben-Itto said recently during a conference discussing ways to improve the State of Israel’s PR efforts in the world.

The meeting, which was held last week in the English capital, was attended by some 150 senior Jewish legal experts.

Ben-Itto said during the conference that Israel should adopt the tactics used by the Nazis after they distributed the Protocols of the Elders of Zion: Refusing to reach a compromise and continuing their battle in the courts although they had no proof of the protocols.

“I thought about it, about our ‘hasbara’, and nothing is working because our story is complicated and the world is used to a sound bite,” she explained.

“I have reached the conclusion that we must use these tactics in courts worldwide, just like the Nazis – with all distinctions – used the courts to spread their message.”


Ed Note: Per Wiki: Israel‘s public diplomacy efforts are called hasbara in Hebrew.[1] Hasbara (Hebrew: הסברה‎), also spelt hasbarah, is a noun that literally means “explanation”.[2][3] The term has been used by the State of Israel and by supporters of Israel to describe their efforts to explain Israeli government policies, and to promote Israel to the world at large. Detractors view hasbara as a euphemism for propaganda.[4][5][6] 

2 responses to “Israeli judge: Learn from Nazis

  1. Judging from how effective Israel’s program of ethnic cleansing against the Palestinians has been I think they’ve already learned quite a bit from the Nazis.

  2. Anytime any group identifies themselves as “exceptional” they clearly are warning others they are pathologically deadly. Sadly, the US is also part of that crowd.

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