Monday, June 22, 2015

  • Monday, June 22, 2015
  • Elder of Ziyon
Palestine Today is a media outlet for Gaza's Islamic Jihad terror group.  Its journalistic standards are higher than most Palestinian Arab media but that doesn't make it any less of a terror organ.

For the past several weeks, it has featured an ad for Pepsi Cola, most recently wishing everyone a "Ramadan kareem" - right on top of a large photo of terrorist Khader Adnan, who is on a 48-day hunger strike that has not elicited much interest from the world.

Clicking on the ad take you to a Facebook page that no longer exists for Pepsi Palestine.

This is not the first time Pepsi Palestine has shown affinity with terror. The Yazegi Group, Pepsi's bottling company in the territories, has sponsored Hamas football teams and tournaments using the Pepsi logo.

In 2013, on their Facebook page, they wrote "Pepsi defies the occupation" - meaning Israel itself. My findings were reported in other media.

The featured photo of a Pepsi Palestine billboard on the webpage and Facebook page of the Yazegi Group is a horrendous photoshop that even misspells "Palestine."

Interestingly, there are reports that the Palestine Today satellite channel was closed down when Iran cut off funds to Islamic Jihad last month over their refusal to fully support the Shiites fighting in Yemen.

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