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Yearly Archives: 2018

Do Not Trespass

As a round-faced child with big cheeks, I was often pinched by visitors to our home, or in shul by acquaintances of my father.

Peace Now: IDF Civil Government Set to Approve 1,300 Housing Units in the Settlements

We don't know for sure, but if Peace Now says so, it could be true, so like, Hallelujah?

Leading Anglo-Israeli Business Figures RSVP to Network at OJC’s Inaugural Israel Networking Event

This is the place to be if you want to broaden your horizons and make inroads in the Anglo-Israeli business world and beyond.

‘Jewish Warsaw: A Story of the Human Spirit’ Is New Permanent Exhibition in Northern...

The ghetto as a new human condition expresses the utter loss of the individual’s right to privacy and legal protections from abuse.

IDF Soldier Injured as his Car Hit by Stones in Ramat Beit Shemesh

The driver was lightly injured and evacuated by Magen David Adom (MDA).

Iranian Protests Show Iran Needn’t Be More Palestinian Than The Palestinians Themselves

It is unfair to expect a new regime to suddenly become favorably disposed to Israel. We can hope hat the current unrest will keep the government occupied and reduce the possibility of conflict between the two countries, especially along the Syrian border, at least for a while.

Israeli Security Forces Arrest Two Bedouin Women for Contact with ISIS

The two planned to travel overseas in order to join the Islamic State as fighters.

Obama Betrayed Iranian People; Trump Stands with Them

As an Iranian, I can tell you that the support of the US and Pres. Trump is invaluable to the ordinary Iranians: they feel helpless and alone in the face of the monsters who have been oppressing them for so long.

Anxious Knesset Committee Urges Regulators to Take a Stand on Bitcoin

"We're leaving here worried because we've heard a kind of stutter here [from the experts]," Gafni rebuked the committee's guest experts.

Kahlon’s Draconian 2019 Budget Shuts 22 Missions Abroad, Curtails Aliyah Assistance

The 2019 budget proposal also includes a cut of $29 million in the absorption budget for new olim, so that financial and other assistance will be allocated only to olim who can prove poverty. Because that's what Israel wants to encourage: more indigent olim.

PA Arrests Brokers Who Sold Land to Jews

"Palestinian land laws" prohibit selling Arab-owned lands to "any man or judicial body corporation of Israeli citizenship, living in Israel or acting on its behalf."

Fallacies of BDS

BDS pushes soundbites that suggest the movement takes no position on whether Israel would exist in a post BDS universe. This vagueness is employed to navigate the branding minefield that openly calling for Israel’s destruction would cross.

Shouting Match Between Netanyahu, Bennett, Reveals Coalition’s Frailty

Bennett views himself as Netanyahu's natural successor – and to get there, being nice to the PM is hardly a prerequisite.

Behind the Latest Protests in Iran

Regime change is the work of the people of each country concerned; outsiders can only help by not propping up the oppressors.

Crystal Ball 2018

My diplomatic-political forecast for 2018: No war and no election in Israel, no division of Jerusalem, and no European support for Iranian protesters. I hope to see steps toward Arab-Israeli peace, and to see Saudi women driving – all the way to Israel.

Netanyahu Wants Artificial Islands to House Infrastructure

"In the 20 years that have passed ... technology has advanced immensely and has also become far more environmentally friendly."

Shaked Suspends Committee Deliberations Over Ariel University Disagreement

Critics warned the measure would detract from the status of Israel’s more established universities and "would turn the entire Israeli academia into an active partner in the 'occupation.'"

Terror Attack at the Dead Sea

Security personnel have launched a search for the attacker, who is still at large.

2017 Was a Record-Breaking Year for Tourism to Israel – With Good Planning

More to the point, 91 percent of the tourists who came, ranked their visit to the Jewish State as “very good,” or “excellent.”

IKEA to Open Be’er Sheva Branch Next Month

The furniture chain, which is Kosher L'Mehadrin in Israel, still does not have a branch in Jerusalem.

Israeli Doctor Performs Rare Spinal Surgery in Jerusalem to Save Bedridden Palestinian Authority Teen

"No one in Israel or abroad wanted to treat him until we got to Dr. Schroeder at Hadassah."

Arab Teen Terrorists Arrested in Jerusalem

When the pair was searched, they were also found to be carrying a mask and a knife as well.

Special Needs Center to be Developed for Negev

The new special needs center is to be developed under the auspices of the Social Services Ministry.

Iran Protests Continue Despite Tehran’s Propaganda, Arrests & Slaughter

The U.S. Treasury has imposed sanctions on five Iranian companies alleged to be working on Iran's ballistic missile program.

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