Ruling against Israel's tourism ad

The Advertising Standards Authority has ruled against an Israeli Government Tourist Office advertisement that implied that parts of Palestine were in Israel.
Following a complaint from PSC and others the ASA ruled that the borders on a map used in the advert were not clear enough, making it difficult to distinguish between Palestinian land and Israeli and therefore concluded that the advertisement was ‘misleading’.
This is the fourth time in four years that Israel has misled the public by wrongly claiming Palestinian territory is part of Israel.