Midden-Oosten
Bent u deze weken in Israël? Dan heb ik niet alleen een leuke toeristische tip voor u, maar ook nog eens een gezonde! In het noorden, op de weg van kibboets Gabri naar kibboets Matsuva,...
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Russia's controversial S-400 deal with Turkey is more about constructing a Middle East less dependent on the United States than direct competition.
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Palestinian-American Yasmeen Mjalli created BabyFist to speak out against street harassment in Ramallah, but the shop quickly turned into a safe space for women to share their stories and seek legal advice.
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Dit plan is ontwikkeld door dr. Mordechai Kedar, en maakt het mogelijk voor 1.8 miljoen Palestijnse Arabieren in Judea en Samaria (Westoever) burgers te worden van zeven onafhankelijke stadsstaten. De enige levensvatbare oplossing voor de...
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Ik scrol door de foto’s op mijn telefoon en zie de mooie foto’s van het Lichtfestival dat vorige week voor de elfde keer plaatsvond in Jeruzalem. Tijdens Het Licht in Jeruzalem-Festival kun je gedurende acht...
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In Numeri 21:17-18 staat het lied van de bron beschreven. Het is een kort maar krachtig lied: “Toen zong Israel dit lied: ‘Bruis op bron. Zingt ter ere van haar een beurtzang! Bron die vorsten...
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Normaal houd ik niet zo van cijfers, maar deze zijn toch wel om heel vrolijk van te worden: 18% toename van het toerisme in juni 2019 vergeleken met juni 2018 10% toename van het toerisme...
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Egypt’s largest political party, the Nation’s Future Party, announced recently the establishment of its own sports club, sparking major controversy in the country.
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In response to European statements regarding keeping the nuclear deal alive, Iran says it wants to see operational steps rather than statements.
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On the third anniversary of the July 15 coup attempt, politics, foreign policy and daily life continue to bare marks of the night that would remake Turkey.
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Since the US withdrew from the agreement, European countries have implemented a system of trade with Iran limited to food and medicines.
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In classic Netanyahu style, he allowed Peretz’ words on the lack of Palestinian voting rights to hang in the air over the weekend, like a piece of laundry one forgot to take down.
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Some 3,000 teachers signed a petition calling for Peretz to be fired and threatened to stop working until this happens.
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In 2016 Bettel became the first Luxembourg prime minister to visit Israel.
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Netanyahu: assured that the Israeli education system will continue to be accepting of all of Israel's children
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Israel has long fought to retain bipartisan support for itself on both sides of the aisle in Congress.
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Dry Bones

Meddling in Israeli Elections
When doing a cartoon, sometimes an old joke or punch line comes in handy. Like today.For the Friedman story click on https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/09/opinion/netanyahu-trump.htmlTomorrow I'm off to a lung doctor to verify (I hope) that my post pneumonia lungs are now clear (as my family doctor tells me). But I'm still on oxygen most of the time, so I don't really understand what's going on. The LSW (Long Suffering Wife) who has been in a body brace for some time also seems to be recovering from her troubles. All we have to worry about now is staying afloat financially. If you value what we do with our Dry Bones cartoons, please click on https://drybonesproject.com/365 -Dry Bones- Israel's Political Comic Strip Since 1973
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