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Operation Protective Edge Day 17: FAA flight ban rescinded, President Rivlin sworn in; Gaza school hit , Palestinians riot in Jerusalem
Thursday was the 17th day of Operation Protective Edge and the 7th day of the ground operation (I think. It’s becoming hard to keep count). The salient incidents of the day were as follows: The FAA ban on flying in … Continue reading
As the end of President Shimon Peres’s 7-year term approached, a nasty dirty battle was waged in recent weeks in the Knesset over who Israel’s next President was to be. Binyamin Netanyahu mystifyingly opposed Rivlin’s candidacy until the very last … Continue reading
Out with the old (Ahmadinejad) and in with the new, Iran has elected a new president, Hassan Rohani. Rumour has it that he’s a reformer and more amenable to negotiations with the West, but since he was one of a … Continue reading
Apologies for having been offline almost the whole week. I’ve been extremely busy with Pesach preparations, plus babysitting for my grandkids while my son and very pregnant daughter-in-law (she’s in her 10th month…) went to hospital – only to be … Continue reading
US President Barack Obama is coming to Israel later this week and opinions are widely divided as to whether this a Good Thing or a Bad Thing for Israel. I find that I myself cannot make up my mind either, … Continue reading
So Barack Obama has been elected for another 4-year term and many if not most of us in Israel are not terribly happy about this turn of events. The pundits predict anything from a continuation of the cold but correct … Continue reading