Tuesday, May 27, 2008

This Commerical Won't Be Aired in Israel...

...and I doubt it will be aired in the USA either. And that's unfortunate.




Wherever I am, my blog turns towards Eretz Yisrael טובה הארץ מאד מאד

10 comments:

Unbeliever said...

Amazing. We're "illegitimate" despite being created by UN mandate. What is Hezbollah? An illegal, illegitimate terrorist organization that crosses borders, kidnaps and murders innocent soldiers, and wages war on its neighbor.

Hypocrisy must be something like Nasrallah in Arabic.

jb

Commenter Abbi said...

This was an actual commercial made by an advertising agency? Pretty gutsy.

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Abbi - I'll try to get more info on this a bit later today. I believe it was made by a real ad agency.

ProfK said...

If this was indeed made by the Honda corporation then they have more guts and a better understanding then most governments do. And if it is legitimate, then written kudos should be sent to Honda, as a form of encouragement to keep telling it like it is.

Lurker said...

Jameel: I believe it was made by a real ad agency.

The onscreen credit says McCann Erickson, which is a giant multinational advertising agency.

Tyrone said...

This ad is a typical piece of Zionist propaganda, inciting against Hassan Nasrallah and Hezbollah. As American Jewish professor Norman Finkelstein says, Hezbollah is a heroic freedom-fighting organization, persecuted cruelly and mercilessly by Israel. Any TV station that shows this ad ought to be prosecuted.

Jack said...

Tyrone,

You are a bitter man, now aren'tcha. McCann Erickson might have made this, but I don't believe that it was ever green lighted.

This looks like a small project that someone managed to push through,.

someone said...

people need to see groups like hezbollah for what they really are, terrorists. Look at what at what they are doing to people in Lebonan.

Anonymous said...

Hezbollah's slogan also carries a catchy music video on YouTube

BBJ said...

Oh, that's good. Probably not effective with a U.S. audience for a variety of reasons, but a nice piece.

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