Sammy Eppel is an Israeli political and human rights activist focused on spreading Zionist propaganda among Venezuelan audiences.
He is the Co-chair of the Latin America group at the “Global Forum To Combat Antisemitism”. He was formerly a columnist for the Venezuelan newspaper El Universal, director of the commission of human rights of B’nai Brith (a Zionist international group) Venezuela and a trainer on Spanish Hasbara (the Israeli propaganda machine). Eppel also has good ties with Latin American Evangelical associations.
Eppel uses the term “Government Sponsored Anti-Semitism” in order to describe the Venezuelan Socialist government’s attitude towards Israel. He abuses public dismay with the Venezuelan government – which has broken its ties with Israel – in order to promote sympathy for Israel among the Venezuelan people and to brand Zionism as an appealing symbol of dissent and an antithesis to the Venezuelan government.1