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Hamas grounded in Information war, No Youtube update
The Hamas site has not been updated for a number of days now, most likely because the creators are hiding underground. (IDF comment)
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Israel propaganda war on all New social media channels and blogosphere
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Armed with their keyboards, their cameras, YouTube and the blogosphere, the Israeli Defense Force is taking publicity online.
Major Avital Leibovich, the head of the Israeli military's Foreign Press branch, told reporters, "the blogosphere and new media are another war zone [and] we have to be relevant there."
While the Israeli Defense Forces have an official website with updates and articles about "Operation Cast Lead," since the war begun the IDF also launched IDF on YouTube , the IDF blog, and a way to follow the IDF on Twitter.
In addition to the raw battle scene footage on YouTube and pictures of the first fallen solider on the blog, yesterday the IDF held a press conference on Twitter, an instant-messaging community site.But the Israelis aren't the only one's using the web for a new kind of propaganda war. According to Bloomburg:....
Propane gas bottles declared as Rockets VIDEO
Israel has tried to take the initiative in the propaganda war over Gaza but, in one important instance, its version has been seriously challenged. The incident raises the question of how to interpret video taken from the air.
Israel released video of an air attack on 28 December, which appeared to show rockets being loaded onto a lorry. The truck and those close to it were then destroyed by a missile. The YouTube video has a large caption on it saying "Grad missiles being loaded onto the Hamas vehicle." As of Saturday morning UK time, more than 260,000 people had watched it.
It turned out, however, that a 55-year-old Gaza resident named Ahmed Sanur, or Samur, claimed that the truck was his and that he and members of his family and his workers were moving oxygen cylinders from his workshop.
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