New Pro-Israel Released

New Pro-Israel Released

 

The 7 Principles of Zionism: A Values-Based Approach to Israel Advocacy

 
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Dan Illouz, founder of Israel Online Ambassadors, is now releasing his book. As a special preview to members of Israel Online Ambassadors, you can preview the introduction by clicking here. The book is   entitled: „The 7 Principles of Zionism: A Values-Based Approach to Israel Advocacy”. It is available right now through AMAZON in both print and Kindle format.

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Book Description : Too often, Israel’s public diplomacy efforts have been reactionary and defensive, rather than pro-active. Following the flotilla incident, Israel was left acting in response to an overly hostile world media in her attempt to defend her right of national self-defense. Only after the publication of the Goldstone Report, Israel presented evidence describing and justifying the legality of her actions. And, when people accuse Israel of being an “apartheid state”, Israel reacts again by defending her actions and combating the perpetrators’ claims. However, Israel devotes little energy to showing her positive side—the side of a nation returning to its homeland after 2,000 years of exile and surviving despite overwhelming odds. This book presents a values-based approach to the defense of Israel. It argues that those standing with historical justice, legal justice, freedom, peace, democracy, truth, and hope, must stand with Israel.

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Author info: Founder and Director of Israel Online Ambassadors, Dan Illouz has been involved in countless advocacy groups in Israel. He has brought together over 25,000 people to advocate on Israel’s behalf in his organization and has reached over 400,000 people in his efforts. In recognition of his long-time efforts, Illouz was awarded Im Tirtzu’s Award for Zionism for contributions to the cause of Zionism. Illouz graduated McGill Law School and currently attends an honors graduate program at Hebrew University’s Federman School of Public Policy.