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    The Shomron Liaison Office is the public relations arm of the Shomron Regional Council, which represents approximately 30,000 Israeli citizens across 33 communities in the Shomron (Samaria). The Shomron Regional Council is located in the heart of the Land of Israel, and extends across approximately 11% of Israel’s territory, making it in terms of area.

    The Shomron Liaison Office was established at the beginning of 2008, to serve as a window into the Jewish communities in the heart of the Land of Israel. Despite the fact that the Jewish presence in Yehuda and the Shomron (Judea and Samaria) is arguably one of the most hotly contested issues in the international arena, most people know very little about the realities on the ground. To compound this problem, foreign-funded NGOs have invested hundreds of millions of dollars with the sole aim of sullying the name of our communities, and have formed close links with seasoned Palestinian propagandists and officials in their efforts to build an entirely one-sided narrative. For many years the poisonous discourse of these extremist organizations was allowed to go unchallenged, resulting in a distorted perspective within much of the international media. Read More…

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