The Abbas/Apartheid Poster Series
The humanitarian crisis of the Gaza Mall
And in first place (from December 2009, but within the last 12 months:)
It was a very close vote.
If I had to choose a winner, I would choose for second place:
in which, in one post, I think I cover the major problems with how the world's attention on Gaza has been missing the truth. The only problem was that this post did not achieve the wide readership I think it deserved.
In first place I would choose
The Mamilla Cemetery: Arab hypocrisy at its worst and Mamilla Update (also, The Mufti, The Hotel and The Cemetery)
because that story got pushed into the wider media and helped in a very real way defuse the lies that were being said about the Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance and the supposed "sanctity" of a cemetery that Muslims had already shown they didn't care about themselves. My research made it into the Jerusalem Post and other media in this case, and therefore fits my definition of "effective" for hasbara.
Thanks for voting!