Public advertising is the new battleground for Palestinian and American interests

Here is the new billboard, paid with your donations.  It is viewed from US-50 westbound, just before it meets with I-80, southwest of Sacramento, which is a section of the main highway belt of the city, receiving major traffic.

billboardsactoAs you can see, the billboard was designed to appeal to persons not particularly informed about the issue, and not even necessarily sympathetic to Palestine.  This is deliberate: there is no point trying to win people who already sympathize with us.  The billboard has been up for two weeks now, and will remain for another two weeks or more.  It connects to a website that offers additional information and is another donation site.

As we previously announced, our coalition is taking the campaign national, and we expect to announce additional advertisements in other states before long, subject to your donations.  Please continue to support our work by sending your tax-exempt check to the address below, or go to our website www.freepalestinemovement.org/donate.html and donate on line.  It’s tax deductible either way, and we encourage you to sign up for automatic monthly payments to assure continuous funding.  If you are sending a check you can mail it to:

FPM (Bus Ad Campaign)
405 Vista Heights Rd.
El Cerrito, CA 94530

In other news, the anti-Palestinian group Stand With Us has begun its own ads on the sides of buses in San Francisco.  These ads are shown and pilloried in the satirical article below:
http://glossynews.com/top-stories/unamerican-world-news/201210280801/bus-ad-tells-congress-dont-support-hamas/

Many thanks for your continued support for Palestinian human rights.
The FPM Team

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