Suggested placard slogans


NPR tells lies about Israel

Stop slanting the news

Give truth a chance

Thou shalt not lie

Stop lying about Israel

Lies of omission are bad journalism

National Palestinian Radio

You CAN'T TRUST
NPR
to report fairly on Israel


DON'T LET NPR
bash our only democratic ally
in the Middle East


When it's terrorism
Call it terrorism


HAMAS and AL AKSA MARTYRS ARE
TERRORISTS ;
Why does NPR call them "ACTIVISTS"?



Why aren't we hearing about
Israeli victims of Palestinian terror?


This is a terrorist
(why dose NPR call him an activist?)

- used with a photo  of a jihadi with his face wrapped in a checked kafiyah
(printing/copying shops can produce these easily working from photos downloaded from the WEB)


Remember that the theme of this demonstration is that NPR gives biased news coverage.  If you come up with a slogan, ask yourself this question:  If this turns out to be the single legible slogan that runs in a photo in the morning paper, will it convey the message that NPR is giving us inaccurate, unfair news that is biased against Israel?


Printing shops can make placards up for you, but they can also be made perfectly well with a magic marker and a large sheet of  paperboard.