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Tag Archives: Israel
On reading the terms under which Israel and Turkey are to restore diplomatic relations today I felt I ought to title this piece by paraphrasing Neville Chamberlain: “I have here a piece of paper…”. Let’s start with the terms of … Continue reading
My headline above is no mistake, it’s just my own take on the classic saying “empty vessels make the most noise”. What empty gestures am I talking about? First, we have the Palestinian Museum of Art, History and Culture, which … Continue reading
Continuing on the theme from my previous post about the state of Israel’s moral compass, here is someone who knows how truly moral Israel is. Mosab Hassan Yousef is the son of Hamas commander Sheikh Hassan Yousef, and worked as … Continue reading
This Sunday, the 15th of May, was “Nakba Day”, or “Disaster Day” if you want to translate from the Arabic. The Arabs instituted it as their answer to Israel’s Independence Day and mark it on the civil calendar date, as … Continue reading
It’s Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israel’s Independence Day, and, as remarked upon by both local and foreign observers, the country swings in a schizophrenic kind of way from the mourning, sorrow and remembrance of Yom Hazikaron to the flag-waving patriotism and general … Continue reading
Yom Hazikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day for fallen soldiers and victims of terror, began this evening at sundown with the sound of the siren, as Israelis commemorated their fallen. Israel’s Memorial Day for fallen soldiers and victims of terrorism formally began … Continue reading