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Controversy Over Ad Aimed At Hamas’ Use Of Children During War

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With the ongoing war in the Middle-East between the Israelis and Hamas, New Jersey's Rabbi Shmuley along with his organization “This World the Values Network” has been running a paid print advertising campaign that opposes Hamas' use of child sacrifice.

The ad has been run in the New York Times, New York Observer, Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal, but it ran into a hitch when The Times of London refused to use the ad in their publication. The newspaper did however run an ad that is being seen as a pro-Palestinian ad by “Save The Children”.

Rabbi Shmuley spoke out about this latest controversy.

“I'm a fan of the Times, I was shocked and surprised they wouldn't run the ad. The reason they gave is what we have to go with, they said that the strong content of the ad would offend some of their readers,” he said.

Shmuley is currently in Israel with his children and he said that the group feels safe and that being able to travel to the homeland is an incredible blessing.

“Israel is a target and what it needs to keep the people safe is simply the support of the American people who should understand what it's like to have rockets fired against their cities,” he said.

He went on to discuss how children are being victimized during this ongoing war.

“The reason why, sadly and tragically, so many Palestinian civilians die in Gaza is that children are being used by these cowardly terrorists as bullet proof vests,” he concluded.

 

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