"A huge lie repeated often enough is accepted as truth." — Joseph Goebbels, Nazi Propaganda Minister PRIMER-Massachusetts "Unanswered media bias and misinformation repeated often enough is accepted as truth." — PRIMER
"It wasn't the content of the [Oslo] accords that was problematic, it was the people signing it. Rabin meant it, and Arafat didn't." — Dan Margalit. October 18, 2013. Israel Hayom.

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PRIMER-Massachusetts is a group of volunteers inspired by the well-established PRIMER-Connecticut, which has been monitoring Connecticut newspapers for bias and inaccuracies for many years. The volunteers in PRIMER-Massachusetts read newspapers in Massachusetts and alert each other when biased and misleading articles, editorials, commentaries and letters appear.

It was initiated by Alan Stein, former president of PRIMER-Connecticut, with the goal of creating an informal, democratic cadre of volunteers working together to promote more responsible reporting about the Arab-Israeli conflict and thus helping to maintain support for Israel, the homeland of the Jewish people.

If you would like to get involved, click on the Join PRIMER link on the left or send an email to info@primerma.org.


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