Elections Israeli Style

With three weeks to go until the elections in Israel, it is already clear that this time around it is just going to be “more of the same”. This election, like the three before it, are no longer about ideology, about what people think, about how people want to see

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A Year of Corona

Israel (and the world) have now been in the grip of the Corona virus for a year and life for all has changed drastically with no clear sight on returning to “normal” routine anytime soon. The political and health authorities have several times promised that the end of the pandemic

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Vaccination: Enforcement or Incentives?

The world over, Israel has been praised, and watched with envy, as large numbers of the population are being vaccinated against the Corona virus. Within weeks of the arrival of the vaccines, hundreds of thousands of people have been inoculated, starting with the medical personnel and people over the age

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The Real Problem Israel sees with the ICC Investigation

The ICC (International Criminal Court), an independent judicial organization, issued last Friday a ruling that would permit the start of an investigating procedure against Israel (and Hamas), for possible war crimes. The news caused an outcry in Israel, calling the ICC biased, Anti-Semitic (of course) while questioning its authority to

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The Tragic Scandal that is Israeli Politics

Israel is still struggling with the Corona virus, and even as more than a million Israelis already have received both doses of the Pfizer vaccine, the number of new patients does not decrease significantly, standing at more than 5,000 daily and the number of deaths hovers around 50 death per

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