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Israel will get much hotter by 2050, heat waves will increase, expert prediction finds – Haaretz

| January 30, 2022

The average temperature in Israel is expected to increase 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2050, the Israel Meteorological Service announced. This figure would mean a total increase of 3 degrees in 100 years, according to the data released in response to a request from Haaretz. The service expects the number of very hot days, above 34 degrees Celsius (93.2 degrees Fahrenheit), will increase by tens of percentage points

Israel signs the Artemis Accords in bid to become a space power | TheHill – The Hill

| January 30, 2022

Israel hassigned the Artemis Accords, a document outlining the rules for space exploration, including mutual cooperation.

Esther Pollard, wife of Israeli spy, hospitalized due to COVID – Haaretz

| January 30, 2022

The wife of convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard was rushed to the hospital Saturday due to complications arising from COVID-19. According to a statement calling for public prayers released by the family on Sunday, Esther Pollard, who has been battling cancer for several years, was hospitalized following a deterioration in her condition after contracting the coronavirus two weeks ago

University Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Staff Show Anti-Israel Bias – The National Interest

| January 30, 2022

A recent Heritage Foundation study found strong anti-Israel bias in the social media posts of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) officials at colleges and universities throughout the United States. These officials criticize Israel far more frequently and far more severely than they do China.

Why Israeli comedians song Dubai Dubai went viral in the Arab World – Vox.com

| January 30, 2022

Its rare that an Israeli song goes viral in the Arab world, but such was the power of comedian Noam Shuster-Eliassis recent satire, Dubai, Dubai. Maybe it was because she crooned in flawless Arabic

My support for sports projects in Israel is not sportswashing – The Guardian

| January 30, 2022

Jonathan Liews decision to attack my support for sports projects in Israel as sportswashing is perhaps the most ringing endorsement of why such bridge-building efforts are needed (Sportswashing is associated with certain countries why not Israel?, 24 January). When our liberal and open country holds its massive annual Gay Pride parade the largest (if not the only one) in the Middle East, Israel is accused of pinkwashing.

Bedouin protest in Jerusalem demands end of ‘neglect’ in Israel’s south – Haaretz

| January 30, 2022

Around 200 Bedouin and other activists demonstrated outside the Prime Ministers Office in Jerusalem Sunday morning to protest the Jewish National Funds forestation work in the Negev. The demonstrators demanded that the government end its policy of discrimination and neglect." The protest was organized by the Higher Arab Monitoring Committee and the National Council of Arab Mayors.

A warning sign: Israel reaches all-time low in annual corruption index – The Times of Israel

| January 30, 2022

Hundreds attend former chief justice Miriam Naors funeral in Jerusalem Hundreds of mourners gather to pay their last respects to former Supreme Court chief justice Miriam Naor who died earlier this week at the age of 74 as she is laid to rest in her native Jerusalems Sanhedria cemetery. A wide range of officials attend the ceremony, including Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, President Isaac Herzog, current Supreme Court Chief Justice Esther Hayut, Opposition Leader Benjamin Netanyahu, Justice Minister Gideon Saar, Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked and Acting Knesset Speaker Eitan Ginzburg

The cloud over the head of the Israel Police Arab crime division could spell its end – Haaretz

| January 30, 2022

The Israel Police official in charge of crime in the Arab community, Maj. Gen

Israel keeps British teatime tradition alive, with a spoonful of local flavor – The Times of Israel

| January 30, 2022

This is a time for drinking copious quantities of tea during cold winter days, attempting to stay cozy in Israeli houses that many find woefully underheated.


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