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Media Watch International

Media Watch International is a

Programs

Honest Reporting

Sharon Tzur previously ran Jerusalem Fund of Aish HaTorah to absorb HonestReporting.[1] MWI's Honest Reporting program is described by the Jewish Agency for Israel as focusing on "guiding the reader into productive activism" and that it is "Pro-Israel" but "does not take a particular Israeli political position." [1]

Democracy High School Edition

According to the Koret Foundation, which provides funding for MWI initiatives, Media Watch International in collaboration with Jewish National Fund and American Friends of Likud runs the "Caravan for Democracy High School Edition" (HSE), which "empowers high school juniors and seniors to advocate for Israel and respond to anti-Israel sentiments when they go off to college. The program has filled a void in Jewish education that previously left many students unprepared to support Israel when faced with opposing viewpoints or hostility." [2]

See also

Similar organizations based in the United Kingdom

References

  1. ^ Jewish Telegraphic Agency article on HonestReporting

External links

  • Organization website
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