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Tag Archives: petition
Further to the outrageous new EU directive decreeing that there should be no dealings with any Israeli institutions, operations or projects over the pre-1967 lines – aka the 1949 Armistice Lines – a petition organized by Israel’s former Ambassador to … Continue reading
While we were splashing in the rain puddles and wallowing in the snow, life in the rest of the Middle East continued to roil with violence. Additionally political appointments with serious implications for Israel look more and more likely. Here’s … Continue reading
A few weeks ago the Irish Times (h/t Eirael and Elder of Ziyon) published an article in which the Irish Foreign Minister, not previously known for his pro-Israel stance, set out his one-sided agenda which, worryingly, he seeks to promote … Continue reading