informed. Educate yourself on the issues behind the news. Alan Dershowitz’s
new book, The Case for Israel, is wonderful. “From Time Immemoria” by
Joan Peters and “Myth & Fact” by Mitchell Bard are excellent primers on
the Arab-Israeli conflict. United Jewish Communities’ Israel Advocacy Resource Guide, www.ujc.org, has an
extensive list of links in a user friendly format. Other resources include: Virtual
Judaism, www.us-israel.org; Anti-Defamation League, www.adl.org; Simon Wiesenthal Center, www.wiesenthal.com; Israel’s government site, www.knesset.gov.il: and,
Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, www.mfa.gov.il.
about how Israel is presented in the American and International media; Stay
vocal. The Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America offers
valuable alerts at www.camera.org; additional information can be found at www.honestreporting.com. Call attention to misrepresentations and
inaccuracies about Israel by calling, emailing, writing and faxing the media as well as
national and international leaders.