'The word "anti-Semitism" has been overused and abused'

Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor talks about hasbara strategies for the year 2010.

By BENJAMIN SPIER
November 5, 2010 02:26

 
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Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor talked about the ministry's activities on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. He spoke to the Jerusalem Post at a conference hosted by the Foreign Ministry for top public diplomacy activists.

Palmor also said that the word 'anti-Semitism' has been overused, and words like 'racism' should be used instead.



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