Publié dans YNet News le 12 juillet 2017
Brigadier-General (res.) Sima Vaknin-Gil, director-general of the Ministry of Strategic Affairs, which is leading the battle these days, sees it as a war for all intents and purposes. “The delegitimization against the State of Israel can be curbed and contained through public diplomacy and soft tools,” she says. “In order to win, however, we must use tricks and craftiness. The bottom line is the rival has moved from its comfort zone into our comfort zone. Today the rival is on the defense and we are on the offensive.”
The ministry—led by Public Security, Strategic Affairs and Information Minister Gilad Erdan—has quietly managed to receive a biennial budget of about NIS 250 million (roughly $70 million) and stand at the forefront of the battle against delegitimization, adopting methods from the fields of intelligence and technology. There is a reason why ministry officials define it as “a war on consciousness terrorism.”
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