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- Venahafoch Hu – UNESCO’s biased vote on Jerusalem cancelled
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It’s that time of year when our weeks are cut short or interrupted by festivals, and we get mixed up over which day it is. The day after Rosh Hashana (Wednesday) felt like Sunday because it was the day after … Continue reading
Another week has rolled by, and it’s time for another Good News Friday installment. This week’s post is going to focus mainly on Israel’s technological prowess. My first item is about Israel’s well-known advances in desalination. A Scientific American article … Continue reading
Shabbat is approaching and with it, some relief from the annoyances of the usual everyday news. Talking of which, I will not be writing about the cabinet reshuffle, with all its associated politicking and analyses, until after Shabbat (bli neder). … Continue reading
It’s Shushan Purim today, the day after “regular” Purim, when the festival is celebrated in Jerusalem and other cities which were walled in the time of Joshua, so it is all the more appropriate to post a Good News Friday … Continue reading
Apologies for the lateness of this post. I almost didn’t write it: a combination of the terrible news from yesterday, my friend Jane z”l’s 2nd yahrzeit, all combined with a rotten cold was almost enough to make me back out. … Continue reading