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  1. Thousands Rally for Peace in Israel (Hallelujah)

    Dailykos.com - World 05.28 / 19:46 dailykos.com
    IN DEFIANCE of the prevailing pessimism regarding the prospects for peace between Israelis and Palestinians, an estimated 15,000 people gathered in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square yesterday for a pro-peace demonstration.  The rally was jointly arranged by a number of organizations including Peace Now, the Labor and Meretz parties, and the New Israel Fund. The hashtag associated with this movement, “#50isEnough”, is a reference to the somber milestone we are fast…
  2. Israel approves controversial Jerusalem cable car project

    Middleeasteye.net - Middle Easte 05.28 / 19:36 middleeasteye.net
    Language Undefined Transit project reaching Jerusalem's Old City may anger Palestinians and much of international…
  3. Israel approves controversial cable car project in Jerusalem al-Quds

    Presstv.com - Media 05.28 / 18:14 presstv.com
    Israel approves plans to install a controversial cable car in the Old City of the occupied East Jerusalem…
  4. The Visitation: Trump in Israel

    Rinf.com - U.S. 05.28 / 16:46 rinf.com
    Thank god for Oren Hazan. Without him, this would have been an exceedingly dull visit. Israel’s cabinet ministers were lined up in the blazing sun at the foot of the airplane stairs for the official reception of President Donald Trump. It was very hot, there was no shade, dark suits for men were obligatory. Just […
  5. Netanyahu appoints new minister to oversee Israel telecom reforms

    Middleeasteye.net - Middle Easte 05.28 / 15:17 middleeasteye.net
    Language Undefined The cabinet approves the appointment of Ayoob Kara, who was previously a minister without…
  6. Week in Review: U.S. Celebrates “Unbreakable Bond” With Israel; Reunified Jerusalem Turns 50

    Thetower.org - Israel 05.28 / 14:45 thetower.org
    Trump Shows No Daylight With Israel President Donald Trump began his historic visit to Israel last week by underscoring the “unbreakable bond” between the United States and the Jewish state. Much of what he did and said during his two-day trip showed that, unlike his predecessor, he does not look to create daylight between Jerusalem and Washington. Trump on [&#…
  7. Conference Highlights Israel’s Growth as Global Leader in Transportation Technology

    Thetower.org - Israel 05.28 / 13:47 thetower.org
    In June 2013, 250 Israeli smart-transportation visionaries flocked to the inaugural EcoMotion “unconference” to share their crazy fantasies about the future of moving people from one place to another. Only four years later, leaders of the global automotive and transportation industry were among 1,500 participants at the fifth annual EcoMotion Main Event at the Peres [&#…
  8. What Israel can gain from renewed coordination with Temple Mount custodian

    Haaretz.com - Middle Easte 05.28 / 13:12 haaretz.com
    Jerusalem Islamic authority's offer to renew coordination could benefit all sides - but Israel is unlikely to take…
  9. Netanyahu appoints new minister to oversee Israel telecom reforms

    Thestar.com.my - World 05.28 / 12:52 thestar.com.my
    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed on Sunday Ayoob Kara, a minister in his Likud party, as communications minister, who will oversee Israel's telecom market as it undergoes significant…
  10. Israel's Elbit Systems gets $390 million electronic intelligence deal

    Genpie.com - Lifestyle 05.28 / 11:50 genpie.com
    TEL AVIV (Reuters) – Israeli defence electronics company Elbit Systems said on Sunday it won a $390 million contract to supply ground electronic intelligence systems to a European country. The post Israel's Elbit Systems gets $390 million electronic intelligence deal appeared first on…
  11. Reality vs. the Over-Dramatization of Israel’s “Dilemma” - by Dr. Max Singer

    ...Israel is not facing a dilemma about how much, if any, land to give up from the West Bank, because the Palestinians will not agree to take land and cannot be forced to do so. The Palestinian community sees peace with Israel as defeat in their 100-year struggle.Dr. Max Singer..BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 479..28 May '17..Link: https://besacenter.org/perspectives-papers/overdramatization-israel-dilemma/Ehud Barak recently had a long review in Haaretz of Micah Goodman’s important n…
  12. Israel’s tech startups are giving Silicon Valley a run for its money

    NYPost-Tech 05.28 / 06:21 nypost.com
    Wondering where to find the next tech startup propelling humanity to the next best thing? Israel’s answer to Silicon Valley is Silicon Wadi, an area around Tel Aviv on the country’s coastal plain with a heavy concentration of high-tech industries that rivals the San Francisco Bay-area’s cluster of innovative firms. There are about 4,300 start…
  13. Palestinian Prisoners Suspend Hunger Strike after Israel Concedes

    Islamtimes.org - Palestine 05.28 / 05:52 islamtimes.org
    Islam Times - Palestinian prisoners have suspended their hunger strike in Israeli jails after the regime conceded to some…
  14. Israel averts one crisis with end of Palestinian prisoners' hunger strike. Now Gaza looms large

    Haaretz.com - Middle Easte 05.28 / 01:16 haaretz.com
    Strike leader Marwan Barghouti can chalk up achievement of putting prisoners' plight back in Palestinian public…
  15. Palestinian prisoners in Israel suspend hunger strike

    Mwcnews.net - World 05.28 / 00:38 mwcnews.net
    Deal struck with Israel after intense talks hailed as 'victory' for Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike for 40…
  16. The Facebook arrests: How Israel detains Palestinians before even they know they're terrorists

    Haaretz.com - Middle Easte 05.27 / 23:22 haaretz.com
    Israel has arrested hundreds of Palestinians since the lone-wolf intifada began in September 2015, partly by analyzing social media posts. Authorities say these arrests are legitimate, but others see it as a grave violation of human…
  17. Israel, Hezbollah and Lebanon: The potential for another war | Middle East Eye

    1913intel.com - Politics 05.27 / 22:00 1913intel.com
    A war is looking likely again, but it will not resemble that which happened back in 2006. Hezbollah has since gained even greater political influence in Lebanon and become a key regional player in Syria, Iraq and Yemen. Israel, on the other hand, has become even more relentless than before. One can only expect that … Continue reading Israel, Hezbollah and Lebanon: The potential for another war | Middle East Eye…
  18. Israel: Palestinian prisoners end hunger strikes, main demands met

    Sott.net - World 05.27 / 20:56 sott.net
    Palestinian prisoners jailed in Israel have ended hunger strikes following the agreement reached after negotiations between Israel, the Palestinian Authority and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), The Jerusalem Post reported Saturday, citing the Israeli Prison Service. In late April, hundreds of Palestinians in Israeli prisons started hunger strikes demanding better detention conditions. In particular, the prisoners demanded ending solitary confinement and detention…
  19. Terrorists are Israel's tool to distract attention from Palestinian cause: Sheikh Naim Qassem

    Suchtv.pk - World 05.27 / 18:01 suchtv.pk
    The terrorists were the tools for the Israeli project and they were also a target that Israel frequently used to achieve its objectives in the region, nevertheless they completely failed. In an interview conducted in Beirut with Marwa Osman, freelance journalist based in Beirut, Sheikh Naim Qassem deputy Secretary General of the Lebanese Resistance movement Hezbollah commemorates the 25th of May the Resistance and Liberation day by saying that the Resistance has managed to create a …
  20. This is how women in Israel really view their bodies

    This Is How Women In Israel Really View Their…