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Foreign government-funded 'lawfare' a dangerous subversion of Israel's democracy.
Israel's consumer confidence is among the lowest in OECD countries, but in most of these countries, other than in Sweden, Denmark and Finland, consumer confidence has been negative.
The appeal was submitted by The wife of Mohammad Majid Amaira, 38, from Dura, a member of the Palestinian security forces.
The draft refers ten times to Al-Haram Al-Sharif, exclusively using the Islamic term for Temple Mount, without any mention that it is the holiest site in Judaism.
Only 22 countries around the globe have reached an average life expectancy greater than 80 years, so if one is planning to retire abroad, one should consider those countries most seriously.
Sweden’s foreign minister, Margot Wallström—remember her?—said the comments were “terrible.”
Pro-Israel forces came out swinging when Finland excluded the centrist JNF from its "World Village Festival."
The boycotters submitted a 51-page anti-Israel document to Orange last month, says NGO monitor.
The festival also blocked a Freedom of Speech Village that was to include an "I am Charlie" exhibition.
Denmark and Finland have jumped on the bandwagon of pro-Palestinian Authority countries to update their Palestinian diplomatic missions to embassy status. The countries made a...
24/7 Wall Street listed Israel as the second most educated country in the world, following Canada. The list is as follows: Canada Israel Japan United States New Zealand South Korea United Kingdom Finland Australia Ireland Read more: http://247wallst.com/2012/09/21/the-most-educated-countries-in-the-world/
An Iranian nuclear scientist told a colleague in Finland about the newest cyber worm which has paralyzed Iran's nuclear plants.
Finland's Supreme Court has found a prominent politician guilty of defaming Islam for "Islamophobic" comments he made on his personal blog. The ruling represents a major setback for free speech in a Europe that is becoming increasingly stifled by politically correct restrictions on free speech, particularly on issues related to Islam and Muslim immigration.
Although critics of the Helsinki mega-mosque have warned that the building will be used by the Iranian regime to recruit impressionable Muslim immigrant youths for service to Hezbollah, Finnish politicians have embraced the Shia mosque as a symbol of multicultural progress.