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Next time Israelis talk about a world that closed its gates to refugees – Haaretz

| March 16, 2022

Never again. The world stood idly by

Turkey and Israel aim to move on from years of tension – Reuters.com

| March 8, 2022

ANKARA, March 8 (Reuters) - Israeli President Isaac Herzog visits Turkey on Wednesday at the invitation of President Tayyip Erdogan, the most senior Israeli visit since 2008 as the regional rivals work to mend years of strained ties. read more Here is a timeline of key events before the talks: May 2010 - Israeli commandos kill nine Turkish activists in a raid of the Mavi Marmara ship, which was leading a flotilla carrying aid toward Gaza.

Turkey, Israel in race to mediate between Ukraine and Russia – Haaretz

| March 8, 2022

At the so-called White Palace in Ankara, the official residence of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, preparations are in high gear for President Isaac Herzogs visit on Wednesday.

Zelensky denounces Wests unkept promises as Ukraine refugee tally hits 2 million – The Times of Israel

| March 8, 2022

Russian bombs hit towns near Kyiv, oil depots as strikes intensify Russian aircraft bombed cities in eastern and central Ukraine overnight, Ukrainian officials say. Shelling pounded suburbs of the capital, Kyiv

Israel Shouldn’t Be Neutral in Russia-Ukraine War

| March 5, 2022

Volodymyr Zelensky, Ukraines comedian-turned-president, sure can tear up the dance floor. The fancy footwork he put on display in 2006when hewonthe debut season of his countrys version of Dancing with the Starscontinues to serve Zelensky well today, as he marshals local and global resources to try and repel a Russian invasion of his country. Israel could desperately learn a few artful steps from the worlds newest poster child for inspiring leadership

Israels rejection of Ukrainian refugees shows that its the darkness unto the nations – Haaretz

| March 5, 2022

The country that did the most to look after its citizens in Ukraine, and the Jews there, is also the country that shut its gates and to a certain extent its heart to all the other victims. The country whose ethos is based on a scathing indictment of the world that kept silent, looked away and locked its gates is doing the exact same thing in this moment of truth. 'Holocaust distortion': Israel's Yad Vashem fights its own Ukraine war The country that so deftly leveraged the worlds guilt to achieve its political goals could find itself facing a new outlook around the world, a world that may not forget its silence and hesitations and will one day settle the score with it.

Turkey says Erdogan and Israel’s Herzog will discuss ways to improve ties – Reuters

| March 5, 2022

ANKARA/JERUSALEM, March 5 (Reuters) - Turkey and Israel will discuss steps to improve cooperation during talks between the two countries' presidents next week in Ankara, the Turkish presidency said on Saturday, as the regional rivals work to repair long-strained ties. Israel and Turkey mutually expelled ambassadors in 2018 and relations have remained prickly, but Ankara has recently worked to improve relations with several countries in the region as part of a charm offensive launched in 2020

Near completion of the Iran nuclear deal advances Israel’s military option – Middle East Monitor

| March 5, 2022

With Iran and the great powers approaching the signing of a nuclear agreement in Vienna, the Israeli political, security and military circles are anxious to discuss the next step. Their options include continuing efforts to thwart the agreement by communicating with the US and European parties, persisting with economic pressure, or putting the military option on the table, despite its high cost, especially with the outbreak of the Ukrainian war.

Bank of Israel: Adoption of CBDC Will Not Materially Affect the Banking System Fintech Bitcoin News – Bitcoin News

| March 5, 2022

Israels central bank says the publics adoption of the digital shekel is not expected to materially affect the banking system. The bank, however, warns that any issuance of such digital currency will likely result in a decline of the volume of the publics deposits

13-year-old boy seriously wounded in clashes with Israeli army in West Bank – Haaretz

| March 5, 2022

A 13-year-old Palestinian was shot and seriously wounded during clashes with the Israeli army in Hebron, the Palestinian Health Ministry reported on Friday. 'Holocaust distortion': Israel's Yad Vashem fights its own Ukraine war According to the ministry, three more Palestinians, aged 14, 15, 21, were wounded by live fire. All four were taken to a hospital in Hebron.


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