And here's, in part, how Ha-Ha-Haaretz reported it:
The right's latest weapon: 'Zionist editing' on Wikipedia
...Now the Yesha Council of settlements and another right-wing group, Israel Sheli, are embarking on a Wikipedia battle: Zionist editing on the Web-based encyclopedia. The first course was held yesterday in Jerusalem.
"The idea is not to make Wikipedia rightist but for it to include our point of view," said Naftali Bennett, the director of the Yesha Council.
...The course was designed to teach how to register for, contribute to and edit for Wikipedia.
The organizers' aim was twofold: to affect Israeli public opinion by having people who share their ideological viewpoint take part in writing and editing for the Hebrew version, and to write in English so Israel's image can be bolstered abroad.
...According to Einat Bornstein, another participant in the course, "I came here to have an impact. I think people are afraid to write rightist responses."...
I am still challenged by technology so I am not sure how I will act on this and I think much more demonstrations of how to edit, tips, special notations, etc. could have been included in last night's workshop.
Nevertheless, you can't have plurality and neutrality without balance and multiplicity of editors.
The NYTimes "Lede" blog mentions the tutorial.