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Good News Friday

It’s time for another Good News Friday installment, and this time it will be back to my “regular” style as opposed to a war edition. My first item combines two of my favourite fields: international relations and hi-tech. The Japanese … Continue reading

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Latest #BDSFails

The efforts to delegitimize and stigmatize Israel, alone amongst the nations, never cease. Considering the number of failures and the meagre successes the boycotters have achieved you would think they would have learned a lesson by now. You would be … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

After a week of bad news it’s a relief to find it’s time for another Good News Friday post. Since this last week has been full of boycotts and badmouthing of Israel, it’s wonderful to be able to report that … Continue reading

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Debating Israel’s natural gas boon

Israel’s newly discovered natural gas finds have given a huge boost to the country, economically, politically and with positive implications on the security front too. However there is now fierce debate going on in Israel over what to do with … Continue reading

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Israel begins its energy independence as natural gas flows from Tamar field to Ashdod

This news is too good to hold on to for a whole week until my next Good News Friday post.  Israel’s Tamar offshore natural gas field began pumping its gas to Ashdod’s intake center, four years after its discovery: The … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

Here’s the latest installment in my Good News Friday series. My first item comes from the world of literature against the background of “BDS syndrome”. The Spanish writer Antonio Munoz Molina received the Jerusalem Prize and refused to give in … Continue reading

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