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1 hr ago | Israellycool
If you are a REAL Israel supporter and you are looking for the absolute best way to show your support for Israel right now, there is one way which is by far the best way to demonstrate that support, and that is to plan a trip - preferably as soon as possible - to come over and visit.
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Should the U.S. Capitol Have a POW/MIA Memorial?
This Woman Looks Like She's Wearing Makeup. She's Not.
George W. Bush Just Took The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge And It's Pretty Hilarious
3 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
6 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
Remarks made by Clinton, Peres, Netanyahu and others indicate that Israel's need to retain control of Judea and Samaria has become, at last, a mainstream position.
Lots of restaurants in Israel serve very traditional fare and there are probably several reasons for that.
Jewish leaders across Europe are split when it come to the severity of what many see as a growing crisis for Jews in Europe.
Right now Israel doesn't top any summer holiday lists. Indeed, summer occupancy rates at hotels in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, typically near 100 percent, have swung below the 50% mark.
Who is protesting? Sir, With regard to "Thousands at Tel Aviv rally call to resume peace talks" , believe me, I want peace like most everyone else and admire all the people who spend an evening in Rabin Square to make themselves heard.
Demonstrators hold up placards reading in Hebrew: "One justice for all" and "when there is no peace war comes " as thousands of Israelis protest during a left-wing peace rally in the coastal city of Tel Aviv calling for the Israeli government to negotiate with the Palestinian Authority on August 16, 2014.
Start-up GuardiCore is working on a security product that works through a 'honeypot' approach to detect and block stealthy attacks on software-defined networks and multi-vendor virtual-machine infrastructures for enterprise customers as well as cloud-service providers.
The "we laugh to keep from crying" line sometimes feels a bit of a clichA© but when you live in Israel, you experience it daily.
During the week leading up to the invasion of Gaza, when things looked like they might resolve without excessive tragedy, I met Ron on King George Street in central Tel Aviv.
In this update, Isaac travels to the West Bank, discovers his fears are unwarranted and watches from the court as bombs explode each other overhead.
Devora Mason loves to speak about herself in the third person while writing about her social life and the social issues that she encounters in Jerusalem.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 09:42 am
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