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When propagandists convince their audiences, they cover both advantages and disadvantages.
Responding to the F decision, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg joined the Mayor of Jerusalem to speak with CNN reporter Zev Barak, otherwise known as Wolf Blitzer - the former media propagandist for AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee) - to tell viewers the F was wrong and that Israel was very safe.
Of course none of this is ever mentioned by AKEL's propagandists, who would have us believe that Christofias is eager to sign the memorandum, which he never wanted to sign, now that there is no chance of his being asked to sign it.
Their worries were fuelled this week when the semi-official newspaper Al Ahram reported that the Muslim Brotherhood, who have the biggest bloc in the parliament, is compiling a list of propagandists who will be slapped with a ban for the next ten years.
However, Taliban insurgents have claimed their fighters have eliminated a Christian propagandist in the overnight incident in Mardian district.
Yet, Nazi propagandists continued and indeed intensified their anti-Semitic campaigns (p.
To "Christian nation" propagandist David Barton and other Religious Right revisionists, Everson was the vehicle the Supreme Court used to dredge up an obscure letter by Jefferson and make it the law of the land.
Wilkes served his faction as one of its ablest propagandists, anonymously publishing a newspaper, the North Briton, that lampooned Bute as a friend of royal absolutism and enemy of English liberty.
war propagandists, the Haditha massacre story is of tremendous significance, for it shreds any last claim that this is a just war.
We regard jihadi imagery to be a primary vehicle for the communication and diffusion of jihadi ideas and an essential tool utilized by radical ideologues, terrorist organizations, and sympathetic propagandists which plays to the particular religious and cultural experiences of their audience.
Covering roughly the 1200's through the 1500's, including the order's rise and fall, The Teutonic Knights examines both the order's strengths and its inequities, which have been to some degree exaggerated by propagandists, nationalists, secularists, and Protestants.
For example, when the British ship Lusitania was sunk in 1915, American propagandists used this tragic event to gain support for the war in Europe.