Benador Associates

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SuccessorBenador Public Relations
FounderEliana Benador
HeadquartersNew York, Washington DC
Type• commercial
• propaganda
Membership• Eliana Benador
• Ali Al-Ahmed
• Ali Ahmed Al-Baghli
• Nir Boms
• Arnaud de Borchgrave
• Helle Merete Brix
• İsmail Cem Leon Charney
• Ariel Cohen
• Gordon Cucullu
• Saad Eddin Ibrahim
• Rachel Ehrenfeld
• John Eibner
• Hillel Fradkin
• David Gelernter
• Dr. Stephen Gullo
• Michel Gurfinkiel
• Alexander M Haig
• Victor Davis Hanson
• Lars Hedegaard
• Fereydoun Hoveyda
• Mansoor Ijaz
• Raphael Israeli
• Charles Jacobs
• George Jonas
• Stanley H. Kaplan
• Efraim Karsh
• Charles Krauthammer
• Herbert I London
• Norman Lamont
• Kanan Makiya
• Paul Marshall
• Andrew C McCarthy
• Michael Meyer
• Hassan Mneimneh
• Laurie Mylroie
• Ayman Nour
• John O'Sullivan
• Salameh Nematt
• Richard Perle
• Walid Phares
• Richard Pipes
• Dennis Prager David Pryce-Jones
• Tom Rose
• A.M. Rosenthal
• Jano Rosebiani
• Tashbih Sayyed
• Natan Sharansky
• Richard O Spertzel
• Amir Taheri
• Paul Vallely
• James Woolsey
• Meyrav Wurmser

Benador Associates was a Public Relations firm based in Washington DC and New York that promoted right wing writers and speakers. The firm was founded in the wake of 9-11 and was "intellectually conceived and financially funded exclusively by Eliana Benador"[1]. By 2007 it had closed and Eliana Benador had started Benador Public Relations.

Fake news

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In May 2006, Canada's National Post ran a story by Benador associate and Iranian exile Amir Taheri. The piece claimed that Iran's government had passed a law requiring Jewish residents to wear a yellow insignia — reminiscent of the policies of Germany's Nazi regime. The story was quickly debunked and the National Post apologized. Eliana Benador admitted that Benador Associates firm had planted the piece.[2]


The firm advertised prominent experts like James Woolsey, A.M. Rosenthal, Richard Perle, Amir Taheri, Kanan Makiya and Saad Eddin Ibrahim. They advertised their sevices by saying "Each of our experts is nationally and internationally recognized on issues of the Middle East and national security[3]. Frank Gaffney has also appeared at Benador events.

Ali Al-Ahmed | Ali Ahmed Al-Baghli | Nir Boms | Arnaud de Borchgrave | Helle Merete Brix | İsmail Cem Leon Charney | Ariel Cohen | Gordon Cucullu | Saad Eddin Ibrahim | Rachel Ehrenfeld | John Eibner | Hillel Fradkin | David Gelernter | Dr. Stephen Gullo | Michel Gurfinkiel | Alexander M Haig, Jr. | | Victor Davis Hanson | Lars Hedegaard | Fereydoun Hoveyda | Mansoor Ijaz | Raphael Israeli | Charles Jacobs | George Jonas | Stanley H. Kaplan | Efraim Karsh | Charles Krauthammer | Herbert I London | Norman Lamont | Kanan Makiya | Paul Marshall | Andrew C McCarthy | Michael Meyer | Hassan Mneimneh | Laurie Mylroie | Ayman Nour | John O'Sullivan | Salameh Nematt | Richard Perle | Walid Phares | Richard Pipes | Dennis Prager David Pryce-Jones | Tom Rose | A.M. Rosenthal | Jano Rosebiani | Tashbih Sayyed | Natan Sharansky | Richard O Spertzel | Amir Taheri | Paul Vallely | James Woolsey | Meyrav Wurmser [4].



  1. Internet Archive, Benador Associates, Home Page, Accessed via Web Archive 02-June-2009
  3. Benador Associates, About Us, Web Archive, Accessed 02-June-2009
  4. Benador Associates, Experts, Web Archive, Accessed 02-June-2009