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Israel’s Middle East allies have changed the equation with Hamas – Haaretz

| April 29, 2022

Israel, as we know, does not negotiate with terrorists.

Pro-Israel group attacks Lee as bad Democrat without mentioning Israel, or its own support for GOP – 90.5 WESA

| April 29, 2022

A pro-Israeli political committee has taken to Pittsburghs airwaves by attacking Congressional candidate Summer Lee. But while its advertisements which dont mention Israel at all blast Lee for not being a loyal Democrat, the organization behind it also backs hardline Republicans who fought to overturn Joe Bidens election. The ad, which started hitting local airwaves last week, accuses Lee of saying she wanted to dismantle the Democratic Party

Bold new Israeli brain theory touted as breakthrough for medicine, computing – The Times of Israel

| April 29, 2022

Israeli scientists have published an audacious new theory as to how the brain learns, and say that it could open up new possibilities for treating degenerative diseases and for boosting the power of computers. The research appeared Thursday in Scientific Reports, a journal published by Nature

How Israel used innovation to beat its water crisis – ISRAEL21c

| April 29, 2022

How did Israel, a country that is more than half desert, frequently hit with drought, and historically cursed by chronic water shortages, become a nation that now produces 20 percent more water than it needs? Water demand from Israels rapidly growing population outpaced the supply and natural replenishment of potable water so much that by 2015, the gap between demand and available natural water supplies reached 1 billion cubic meters (BCM)

Ukraine war has caused a huge surge in aliyah to Israel from Russia – Haaretz

| April 7, 2022

After the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February, Israel braced itself for a major spike in immigration from the country under attack. What it did not expect was an even greater wave of immigration from the country that launched the war.

Israel Charges Palestinian Journalists With Incitement for Doing Their Jobs – The Intercept

| April 7, 2022

As violence escalated in Israel-Palestine during the spring of 2021, Hazem Nasser did what he was called to do: He began filming. At the time, Nasser was working as a journalist for the Palestinian television network Falastin Al-Ghad,andhis footage captured the rising tensions amid Jewish nationalist marches, Palestinian demonstrations, and Israeli police brutality in Jerusalem. On May 10, Nasser set out to film a clash between Palestinian protesters and the Israeli army in the northern occupied West Bank.

A message to the Arab states who ally with Israel to erase the Palestinians – Haaretz

| April 7, 2022

The infamous "Negev Summit" was undoubtedly a success for ForeignMinister YairLapid and therest of theIsraeli government.His ministry'sprotocol department's impressive achievement,hosting four foreign ministers from Arab countries for dinner, included serenading them withJerusalem's famouska'ek(bagels) and lamb from the Golan Heights. Both occupied Arab territories,bothillegally annexed by Israel. Finally, they got thefamily photothey wanted, and Lapid reaffirmed his role as the "pleasantface" of a government that cheered the approval of the racist law banning the reunification of Palestinian families only a few days ago

Lapid vows to hold Israel’s coalition together in first comments since whip’s defection – Haaretz

| April 7, 2022

Foreign Minister Yair Lapid vowed that the coalition would "do everything" to hold itself together on Thursday in his first public comments on the political crisis caused by lawmaker Idit Siman quitting the coalition, ending its majority. Finance Minister Avigdor Lieberman also voiced his commitment to the coalition's survival, saying that"the last thing we need is a fifth election cycle within three years." Lapid is set to take over from Prime Minister Naftali Bennett as premier next year, according to the coalition agreement between the two if this government survives. What Iran Learned From Ukraine: LISTEN to Former Israel Intel Chief In a Facebook post, promised that extremism would not be victorious, and that far-right lawmakers Itamar Ben-Gvir and Bezalel Smotrich "will not take our country from us with force.

Zelenskyy wants Ukraine to be ‘a big Israel.’ Here’s a road map. – Atlantic Council

| April 7, 2022

Speaking to reporters this week, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy described the future he sees for his country in unusual terms: as a big Israel. Gone, he said, are hopes for an absolutely liberal statereplaced by the likely reality of armed defense forces patrolling movie theaters and supermarkets

Terror attack bared West Bank barriers gaps, but some say holes help keep the peace – The Times of Israel

| April 7, 2022

Israeli leaders reacted with shock and anger last week when it emerged that a Palestinian man who gunned down five people in Bnei Brak had entered Israel via a hole in the West Bank security barrier big enough to drive a car through.


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