Revealing the high-caliber tactics of a group that manages information warfare on behalf of Israel in America Revealing the high-caliber tactics of a group that manages information warfare on behalf of Israel in America

Revealing the high-caliber tactics of a group that manages information warfare on behalf of Israel in America

Revealing the high-caliber tactics of a group that manages information warfare on behalf of Israel in America

Gaza : The translation of an important investigative report attached to published data for the first time, published by the Al-Zaytouna Center for Studies and Research, revealed how a group of more than 300 influential figures who support Zionism work in coordination with each other to direct public opinion in favor of the Israeli occupation state and control With the flow of information and its sources, and exerting pressure, blackmail, threats, and dismissal from work behind the scenes against opponents of Israeli policy and sympathizers with Palestine.

A translation of the report states that these figures include a group on WhatsApp, in which American investors, executives, and activists in Silicon Valley and the technology field participate, in addition to at least an Israeli government official, and individuals associated with the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).

Pressure to take action against “Netflix” over its broadcast of the Palestinian film “Joy,” and pressure on “Amazon” to remove T-shirts and merchandise bearing the slogan “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”

This group bears the name “Kibbutz Global Entrepreneurship Group C,” and it is affiliated with Entrepreneurial Ventures Company C, an American-Israeli investment fund that describes itself as a “capitalist kibbutz.”

According to the report, the group works with various parties to exchange ideas and cooperate in the pursuit of what is called “defending Israel” in the media, academia, and the business world.

The content of this “WhatsApp” group reflects the increasing coordination between the forces supporting Israel in Silicon Valley and the global technology sector, and how the occupying state and its American allies exploit the influential technology sector to mobilize global support for it in its war on the Gaza Strip, and to track any global activity supportive of the Palestinians and pressure to stop it or To thwart him, and to cover up her crimes in the sector.

The group's conversations reveal the “tactics” that its members employ with their goals, which are often heavy-handed and controversial. Such as harassing critics of Israel on social media, as happened with Silicon Valley businessman Paul Graham; And the dismissal of employees and academics in the most prominent American universities and institutions, where there are specific task forces whose mission is to “dismiss professors who teach lies to their students.”

The list includes academics at Cornell University, the University of California Davis, the New York University Abu Dhabi campus, and others. Members of the group also work directly with high-level technology executives to fire pro-Palestinian employees and eliminate the opportunity to speak on campuses, as happened through pressure. Arizona State University must cancel the participation of Representative Rashida Tlaib in an event it is holding.

It also pressured the University of Vermont to cancel a lecture by Muhammad al-Kurd, a Palestinian writer for The Nation, as well as to investigate the sources of funding for student bodies such as the Model Arab League. Many of the messages in the group focused on how student life at Stanford was shaped. , including support for pro-Israel activists.

The work of this pro-occupation group also included discrediting journalists on the one hand, and pressuring prominent media outlets on the other hand to dismiss them.

With the aim of controlling and directing their journalistic messages, for example, a writer for the news website “Philly Voice”, the editor-in-chief of the “Art Forum” website, an intern at the giant German company “Axel Springer”, and the editor-in-chief of “e-Life” magazine, Michael Eisen, a magazine, were dismissed. Notable scholarly, for expressing pro-Palestinian views.

The report reveals that one of the pro-Israel associations that carried out campaigns to pressure the mainstream media to provide positive coverage of the occupying state during the Gaza war was the British-Israeli Center for Communications and Research (BICOM), which is funded by Bogo Zabludovich, the son of the founder of an Israeli arms company currently owned by Albit Systems. .

An initiative that promotes itself as an online version of Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system, and includes censorship of Hamas channels.

The center’s current efforts also include a letter campaign to members of the British Parliament, demanding that they control the BBC’s coverage of the conflict.

The report shows that among other efforts of the “WhatsApp” group, in its defense of the occupying state, is to criticize and distort the image of human rights organizations such as “Human Rights Watch,” due to its explicit criticism of Israel’s record in the occupied territories and its military behavior.

The group also intervened by asking government figures to take action against Netflix because of its broadcast of the movie “Joy,” and to put pressure on the online marketplace “Amazon” to remove T-shirts and other goods bearing the slogan “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”

One of the participants in the “WhatsApp” group confirmed that the achievements of Digital Dome.i, or to which the Entrepreneurial Projects Company “C” donated large sums of money, is an initiative that promotes itself as an online version of the Israeli Iron Dome missile defense system, and includes censorship of channels “Hamas” on the “Telegram” application for Android phones, by forcing “Telegram” to comply with “Google Play” guidelines.

Entrepreneurship Company C's extensive network of donors also helped fund billboards in Canada, America, and London, and succeeded in securing funding to air a special television commercial on major channels on the Tonight Show and MSNBC. , Fox News, and CNN, calling for “the release of the hostages taken by Hamas.”

The Zaytouna Center confirms that this is the first time, during Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood,” that internal conversations, “behind the curtain,” between influential Americans supportive of Israel, have been revealed by name, exposing their networks and their efforts to pressure, influence, and change, whether in companies, universities, or the media field. .

The center explains that the report was prepared by investigative journalists Jack Paulson and Li Fang, and was published on the “Sapstack” website this December.


Pakistan Army to provide support to Election Commission in general elections

In the Corps Commander Conference presided over by the Army Chief, it has been said that the required and necessary support will be provided to the Election Commission of Pakistan for the upcoming general elections.

According to the Public Relations Department of the Pakistan Army (ISPR), it has been said in the Corps Commander's Conference held on Thursday that the Army will provide support to the Election Commission in the upcoming general elections .

According to a statement issued by ISPR on Thursday, Chief of Army Staff General Syed Asim Munir presided over the two-day 261st Corps Commanders' Conference at GHQ Rawalpindi.

In the conference presided over by the Army Chief, it has been said that the required and necessary support will be provided to the Election Commission of Pakistan for the upcoming general elections.

The Election Commission of Pakistan has announced the date of February 8 for the general elections across the country.

According to the ISPR statement, the army has reiterated its commitment to destabilize Pakistan 'with the full force of the state against all terrorists, their facilitators and facilitators acting at the behest of hostile forces. will be dealt with.'

According to the statement: 'The forum reaffirmed the commitment of the Pakistan Army to defend Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity against direct and indirect threats.'

The Corps Commanders' Conference was briefed on the current geo-strategic environment, national security challenges and strategies to deal with emerging threats.

The ISPR said in a statement: 'The sanctuaries, freedom of action and availability of sophisticated weapons to the terrorists of the outlawed TTP and its other groups in a neighboring country have affected Pakistan's security. were seen as serious points.'

The Corps Commanders' Conference paid tribute to the great sacrifices of the armed forces, law enforcement agencies and citizens including officers and men who laid down their lives to ensure peace and stability in the country.

The statement said: 'The Forum expressed deep concern over the continued repression and human rights violations by the Indian Army in Indian-administered Kashmir. The participants unequivocally condemned the recent acts of abduction, torture and killing of civilians by the Indian Army.

"Such acts amount to grave crimes against humanity and cannot shake the spirit of brave Kashmiris fighting for their legitimate right to self-determination."

Pakistan will continue to provide all political, moral and diplomatic support to its Kashmiri brothers to resolve the Kashmir issue in accordance with international laws and relevant resolutions of the United Nations Security Council.

The Corps Commanders' Conference expressed full solidarity with the Palestinian people and condemned the serious human rights violations and war crimes in Gaza and reiterated the government's position calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza and a peaceful resolution to the ongoing conflict. .

The Forum reiterated support for the ongoing efforts to promote socio-economic development and encourage foreign investment under the auspices of the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC).

According to the statement, the forum also reviewed the ongoing measures against smuggling, money laundering, electricity theft and hoarding of essential commodities and other illegal economic activities in detail.

The ISPR statement said that 'Pakistan Army will continue to provide all possible support to the concerned government and law enforcement agencies to prevent such crimes.'
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