NEW YORK, NY (August 14, 2014) – In a continuing advertising campaign organized by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach’s organization,
NEW AD CAMPAIGN BY RABBI SHMULEY’S THIS WORLD TARGETS WILLIAM SCHABAS, HEAD OF UN GAZA COMMISSION,
AS TOADIE OF IRAN
PART OF ONGOING GLOBAL ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN ORGANIZED BY THIS WORLD: THE VALUES NETWORK TO DEFEND ISRAEL
CALLS FOR REMOVAL OF CANADIAN PROFESSOR WILLIAM SCHABAS AS HEAD OF UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE
ISRAELI MILITARY ACTION IN GAZA AS HOPELESSLY BIASED AGAINST ISRAEL
Latest Full-Page Newspaper Salvo Details Schabas’ Defense of Former
Iranian President Ahmadinejad
NEW YORK, NY (August 14, 2014) – In a continuing advertising campaign organized by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach’s organization, This World: The Values Network, which seeks to disseminate universal Jewish values in politics, media, and culture as well as defend the State of Israel, another full page advertising campaign is being launched today with orders being placed with The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post in the United States, and The Guardian and the London Times in Great Britain, as well as many online news outlets.
A copy of the planned ad is available here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2uzuasy9wp6vzas/AABXF98dLoSuyPda54PPtJsoa
The ad condemns the appointment of Canadian Professor William Schabas to head a United Nations commission to investigate Israel’s operations in Gaza. The ad further details the relationship between Schabas with former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who has publicly declared on countless occasions his intention to “wipe Israel off the map.”
The ad follows a similar full-page missive from Rabbi Shmuley and This World: The Values Network over the past few weeks featuring Nobel Peace Laureate Elie Wiesel that called on Hamas to stop using children as human shields in their genocidal war against Israel. The latest ad demands the United Nations remove Schabas and launch human rights investigations against organizations that brutalize innocent Arabs like the government of Syria, ISIS, and Hamas.
The ad calls upon American taxpayers to protest their money being used to fund bogus human rights commissions headed by toadies of Iran with the sole intention of demonizing Israel.
“Schabas remains a steadfast friend of Iran and its genocidal former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, sponsoring conferences in Tehran with organizations tied to the fundamentalist, anti-Semitic regime in Iran that demands the annihilation of Israel,” said Rabbi Shmuley, in the ad. “The UN’s appointment of Schabas is just the most recent symptom of the organization’s well-documented anti-Israel bias.”
The ad goes on to claim: “The UN Gaza commission is a kangaroo court with the sole purpose of demonizing Israel. Schabas frequently says “Israel gets off light” at the UN and claims that Hamas – the genocidal, anti-Semitic tyrant of Gaza, which uses Palestinian children as human shields – is not a terrorist organization at all. In fact, Schabas refuses to say whether he will investigate Hamas’ actions at all.”
Rabbi Shmuley said, “The days of biased “human rights” activists maligning Israel with impunity are over. We will aggressively counter all hypocritical individuals and organizations who turn a blind eye to real human tragedy to focus instead on attacking the democratic Jewish state.”
ABOUT RABBI SHMULEY
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach is an American Orthodox Rabbi, author, TV host and public speaker. Rabbi Shmuley, “America’s Rabbi,” whom The Washington Post and Newsweek call “the most famous Rabbi in America,” whom The Jerusalem Post lists as one of the fifty most influential Jews in the world, and whom The New York Observer calls “the best-known Orthodox Jew in the world,” is one of the world’s leading values and spirituality exponents and relationship experts. His 30 books have been best sellers throughout the world and have been translated into 20 languages. Rabbi Shmuley is also the founder of the Jewish Values Network, educating mainstream America in traditional Jewish ideals, and regularly appears in global TV including guest appearances on the Oprah Winfrey show, radio, and print media including the Wall Street Journal and Jerusalem Post. Rabbi Shmuley is married to his Australian wife, Debbie, and they have nine children and two grandchildren.