Israel Advocacy 101



Handbook & Guides

The Israel Advocacy Handbook — Justice for Jews and Israel: Making the case for Israel 
An Introduction to Israel Advocacy, Activism & Information Second Edition. Ami Isseroff,, 2009, 2010.

Israel: A Guide for Activists. The Anti-Defamation League, 2010. The Anti-Defamation League’s Israel: A Guide for Activists is a one-stop resource for those who want to “do something” to support Israel. It offers background about the key events in Israel’s history. It lays out the essential points you need to know to challenge anti-Israel propaganda. It identifies common inaccuracies about Israel so you can refute them. It offers strategies for getting the facts to elected officials, to the media and on college campuses.

Israel Advocacy Primer. GLORIA Center, IDC Herzliya, September 2011

Hasbara Handbook: Promoting Israel on Campus (WUJS). The World Union of Jewish Students (WUJS), 2002. (The Education Department of the Jewish Agency for Israel, and by the Joint Distribution Committee)

Israel Advocacy: A Handbook for College Students (JUF). Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago, Fall 2002.

Mench’s Guide to Campus Activism. (JUF) Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago, 2008.

Joshua Rowe’s Israel advocacy guide (Jewish Chronicle, 1-10-13) A philanthropist has published a handbook of information for Israel advocates in an attempt to improve the British public’s view of the country. Guide to Israel advocacy: History of the Arab-Israeli conflict can be downloaded from the JC website here.

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