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- Venahafoch Hu – UNESCO’s biased vote on Jerusalem cancelled
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One of the central themes of the upcoming Purim festival is “venahafoch hu”, lit: And it was turned about. The wicked Haman plotted to kill all the Jews, and his evil plans were turned on their head, whereby the Jews … Continue reading
The Western world, including countries, NGOs, and institutions like the EU and the UN, seem to forget that they no longer rule empires and control vassal states around the world, for they have made it their business to poke their … Continue reading
My above title is intended to be a pun – the UN is no wonderland, the exact opposite in fact. And in parallel, the way the UN behaves towards Israel is so reminiscent of the Queen of Hearts’ words that it … Continue reading
As expected, the vote in the UN’s General Assembly on granting observer status to the Palestinian Authority as “a non-member state” has passed by 138 votes to 9, with 41 abstentions. The abstentions are more than I expected, but they … Continue reading
Trouble has been brewing for some time between Turkey and its erstwhile ally Syria. Matters reached crisis point last week after several mortars hit Turkish territory, prompting Turkey to fire back leading to cross-border shelling: [October 6, 2012] Turkish artillery … Continue reading