Another Israeli land-grab advert has been banned by authorities in the UK.
Britain’s Advertising Standards Authority said that “The status of the occupied territory of the West Bank [is] the subject of much international dispute, and because we considered that the ad implied that the part of East Jerusalem featured in the image was part of the state of Israel, we concluded that the ad was likely to mislead.”
The Israeli tourist board was ordered not to imply that Palestinian land was in Israel again. But Israel has a track record at this type of thing. A year ago it tried to pass off the Syrian Golan Heights as part of Israel in posters on the London Underground.