Ronn Torossian With New Interesting Israel Stories

2 interesting Israel public relations stories from today:

  • As Algemeiner reports, “The tragic story of Omar, the infant son of BBC Arabic employee Jihad Masharawi, who was killed during the latest round of Hamas-Israel fighting, was widely reported  last week. The same incident that killed baby Omar ultimately led to the death of Masharawi’s brother, Ahmed.”  Now at the funeral, this BBC employee “blames “the Jews” for the deaths of his family members, and falsely claims that innocents were targeted by Israel.  The full story may be read at Algemeiner at:
  • Yes, miracles do occur – there actually is someone pro-Israel from San Francisco as can be read at:
    • “When Ashleigh Edelsohn moved to Israel for a teaching fellowship, the East Bay native didn’t expect to become accustomed to rockets falling. Nor did she expect to become a social media maven in the name of defending the Jewish state. But that’s exactly what happened after violence escalated between Israel and Gaza starting Nov. 14. Edelsohn, 24, became part of a cohort of young people from all over the world who formed an impromptu “digital hasbara” team. The aim was to document their experiences in the Jewish state and spread awareness about the conflict from the perspectives of outsiders living in the Jewish state.”

By Ronn Torossian


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Ronn Torossian About the Author: Ronn Torossian is the CEO of NY based 5W Public Relations, 1 of the 25 largest PR Agencies in the US. He is a member of Young Presidents Organization (YPO), a Jewish philanthropist and active in a number of worldwide Jewish organizations. More about Ronn Follow Ronn on: Facebook Google Plus Amazon

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