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New Guest Editor for content in Portuguese
I am happy to announce we have a new guest editor on FactsOfIsrael.com: Li-Chang Shuen !
A few weeks ago we started posting articles in French and Portuguese. I have been looking for help and Li, who's Brazilian, will be responsible for bringing us news, links and comments in Portuguese.
I met Li online while studying at a course called the "Ambassador's Course". This course is designed to tackle Palestinian propaganda and help us defend Israel in the right way.
Li is a journalist from an island in the North of Brazil, called São Luís in the state of Maranhão. She's smart, delightful, and has a great attitude - we are all very happy she has joined FactsOfIsrael.com. Please send a message to Li and welcome her!
I asked Li to describe herself in a few sentences, so here we go:
"Sou uma pessoa que se incomoda com as injustiças e, mais ainda, com as inverdades ou verdades distorcidas que contribuem para o agravamento de situações críticas que envolvem o ser humano. Por isso uso a palavra como ferramenta de trabalho, procurando sempre ser responsável no que escrevo ou deixo de escrever, porque a construção de um mundo melhor passa por nossas pequenas ações."
If you want the English translation, you'll have to ask Li. ;-)
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