Shining a light on the NGO campaign of distortion by Robert Ilatov

Robert2 The following article was written by MK Robert Ilatov, Vice Chair of the Coalition, and published in the Jerusalem Post on 24th July 2013: Israel’s democracy is under threat again! This is the constant refrain heard from certain NGOs every...

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Syrian rebels advance on northern army-held town

Syrian rebels advanced on the northern town of Khan al-Assal on Saturday, activists said, and appeared close to seizing one of the last towns in western part of Aleppo province still held by President Bashar al-Assad’s forces. The army has been attempting...

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Rape Case in Dubai Gives a Whole New Meaning to “Victim-Blaming”

A 25-year-old Norwegian woman has been sentenced to 16 months in jail in the United Arab Emirates for having sex outside marriage. The young woman, who was raped in Dubai while on a business trip in March, went to the local...

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Turkish police crash Taksim wedding party

Nuray and Ozgur fell in love behind the barricades of last month’s mass anti-government protests in Istanbul, and their wedding ceremony would have been incomplete without the Turkish police. So when the couple picked the epicentre of the revolt on...

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Negotiations without illusions by Avigdor Liberman

By Avigdor Liberman It is important to handle negotiations, and even more importantly, that negotiations should be handled on the basis of reality and not illusions. I have said many times that the Israel-Palestinian conflict can not be resolved, at...

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Law for Day Commemorating the Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries Receives Government Support

Today, the Ministerial Committee on Legislation endorsed a law to hold an official date in the Israeli national calendar to commemorate the Jewish refugees from Arab countries. The law, authored by Member of Knesset Dr. Shimon Ohayon, will state that...

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Increase in incoming tourism in June 2013; Record for tourism in first half of the year

Tourism Minister Uzi Landau: “For the last few months, there has been an increase in incoming tourism in comparison to figures from last year. The Tourism Ministry views tourism as an essential engine for economic growth that creates new jobs...

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Minister Shamir Lauds “twinning” project for animal health and livestock production

A “twinning” project focusing on Israel’s veterinary inspection authorities in the fields of animal health and livestock production comes to an end this month.  Minister of Agriculture Yair Shamir: “The joint veterinary project with the European Union has led to...

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Millions flood Egypt streets to demand Morsi ouster

Millions flooded the streets on Sunday determined to oust Islamist President Mohamed Morsi on the anniversary of his turbulent first year in power, in the biggest protests Egypt has seen since the 2011 revolt. As chants of “Leave!” rang out...

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14 killed in Iraq attacks

At least 14 people, including teenagers, were killed and 26 injured in separate attacks in Iraq on Sunday, the Interior Ministry and police sources said. Ten people were killed and 24 suffered injuries when an improvised explosive device went off...

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