'A new weapon for destroying Israel?': Ministry spoofs mainstream media

Can you spot the difference between fake news and BDS news?

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 4, 2017 20:39
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"Welcome to BDS News: Where we pretend to care about Palestinians, but really just want to see Israel disappear."

The worldwide BDS (Boycott, Divest, Sanction) movement is active in spreading misleading information and half-truths about Israel and the Arab-Israeli conflict to millions of people all over the world.

Can you spot the difference between fake news and BDS news (if there is a difference)?
 

A new campaign has launched to combat the active presence BDS has on college campuses and social media, and to share the truth behind the anti-Israel and antisemitic organization.
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