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- Disaster in Nepal; Israeli aid on the way
- Starting the week with a bang
- Good News Friday
- Chag Atzma’ut Same’ach! Happy 67th Independence Day Israel!
- Yom hazikaron 5775 – Israel’s Memorial Day 2015
- Chutzpah of the week: Iran? Russia? The ICC?
- Good News Friday
- Yom Hashoah 5775 – 2015: Escape to the Far East
- Using “human rights” to slander Israel
- Academic boycotts and anti-Jewish racism
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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Following the serious stuff in my previous post, here is a great bouncy video with a catchy singalong tune: Dip your apple in the honey. Shana tova umetuka once again.
Tonight we begin celebrating Rosh Hashana, the start of the new Jewish year. Rosh Hashana is not marked by great parties and merry-making for the Jewish New Year is also known as the Day of Judgement, the day when all … Continue reading
Today this blog marked a great milestone for me, when it passed the 25,000 page views mark. (Sidenote: at this momentous stage, I’m trying once again to register this blog on Technorati and include my Keycode KE2WYT5VDYRF) When I started, … Continue reading
This post was originally posted as a guest-post at CifWatch. Following on from my post of yesterday, where I took Andrew Phillips to task for not wishing the Palestinians to benefit if it also benefits Israel, in that same letter … Continue reading
Today’s Guardian yielded yet another nasty surprise (perhaps I shouldn’t call it a surprise. After all I expect nothing better from the Guardian) with a letter from Lord Andrew Phillips about “hopes and dangers in the Middle East“. In this … Continue reading
A series of articles that I read over the last few days in the Turkish Hurriyet Daily sheds some interesting light on the Turkish-provoked argument between Greece, Cyprus, Israel and Turkey over natural gas resources in the Eastern Mediterranean. Turkey … Continue reading