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No credit for Trinny & Su ad

    British fashionistas Trinny and Susannah, now household names in Israel, recently appeared in an advert for a local credit-card company, in which they advised - in Hebrew - a young woman to tell her boyfriend of her love of shopping.

    But it didn't play well with Wizo, who shortlisted it for the country's most sexist ad of the year award.

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