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Strike looms after court rejects states request to order teachers to work – The Times of Israel

| August 30, 2022

Ex-spy Pollard endorses Shaked despite her misplaced loyalty Former American spy Jonathan Pollard has released a video endorsing Ayelet Shaked, leader of the fledgling Zionist Spirit party, making his first intentional public foray into Israeli politics. Because of my unqualified love of this country and my dedication to its survival and well being, I must now endorse someone who I know will serve Israel in a way that will safeguard both our core interests and our honor

UN told Israel’s imposition of apartheid must be ‘wake-up call’ to end impunity – Middle East Monitor

| August 30, 2022

Israel's imposition of the crime of apartheid must come as a "wake-up call" to end "impunity on steroids", the UN Security Council was told on Thursday.

Caroline Glick: Israel is on its own against Iran – Cleveland Jewish News

| August 30, 2022

It now seems all but certain that U.S. President Joe Biden will conclude his deal with Iran. In this scenario, Israel cannot expect any significant assistance from the United States in diminishing its dangers.

Y-mAbs Therapeutics (YMAB) and Takeda (TAK) Granted Marketing Authorization in Israel for DANYELZA – StreetInsider.com

| August 30, 2022

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Israel Braces for Hottest Week of the Year – Israel News – Haaretz

| August 29, 2022

Israel Braces for Hottest Week of the Year - Israel News   Haaretz Temperatures continue to rise across Israel as heatwave stretches on   The Jerusalem Post Israel to experience intense heatwave in coming week   The Times of Israel Israel braces for extreme week-long heatwave   Ynetnews View Full Coverage on Google News

Hizbullah Official: In Next War With Israel, We Will Turn Israelis’ Lives Into Hell, They Will Be Pulling Bodies From Under The Ruins – Middle East…

| August 29, 2022

In an August 26, 2022 article in the pro-Hizbullah Lebanese daily Al-Akhbar, the daily's editor, Ibrahim Al-Amin, presents statements by a "senior jihad commander" in Hizbullah. Al-Amin describes this commander as a member of the organization's founding generation who has worked with all of Hizbullah's leaders since its inception and is a key figure in carrying out assessments and preparing for the next war with Israel

Why the US and Israeli Right Really Hate the Iran Nuclear Deal – Scheerpost.com

| August 29, 2022

Iran flags waving at a 2009 protest. [Marjolein Katsma / CC BY-SA 2.0] By Juan Cole | Informed Comment Right wing Israeli politicians such as former prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu and even centrist politicians like caretakerPrime Minister Yair Lapidhave fulminated against any US renewal of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal or Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). As with the loony Right wing in the US (increasingly the only Right wing there is), they typically allege that the JCPOA will allow Iran to develop a nuclear weapon.

Bahrain seeks to boost space collaboration with Israel – Arab News

| August 29, 2022

LONDON: Businesses in Egypt are discriminating against women who wear a hijab, a BBC Arabic investigation found. According to the news outlet, several Egyptian women have claimed venues refused them entry because they were wearing the traditional headscarf. BBC News Arabic tried to make reservations at 15 upmarket venues in Cairo that had been accused of discrimination.

Israel the country speaks for itself – Australian Jewish News

| August 12, 2022

Few things can be as toxic, entertaining, unpredictable, frustrating, and plain stupid and all at once as student politics. So when I was accepted onto a trip with the Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) to Israel the nation that gets students flustered perhaps more than anywhere else with, you guessed it, student politicians, it was an offer I couldnt refuse.

Americans Rarely See True Face of Israel’s Bombing of Gaza – The Intercept

| August 12, 2022

This articleincludes graphic imagesand depictions of death. When a ceasefire on Sunday night ended a three-day Israeli offensive in the Gaza strip, over 350 Palestinians were wounded and 46 were dead, including 16 children, according to Palestinian officials.


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