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International media dehumanize (or ignore) Ari Fuld and rationalize his murder

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Ari Fuld Was Not A ‘Settler’ — He Was An Innocent Victim Of Terror
by Micha Danzig
September 17, 2018

Settler. That is what the international media apparently thinks is most important in this terrible story, followed closely by the idea that Fuld was stabbed in the “occupied West Bank” or near an “illegal settlement.” 269 more words

Israel & Middle East

Reading for Sept. 5, 2018

Wednesday of the Twenty-second Week in Ordinary Time
Lectionary: 433

Reading 1  1 COR 3:1-9

Brothers and sisters,
I could not talk to you as spiritual people, 492 more words

Daily Readings

#WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong Bibi "refused Kerry and Obama's proposal to withdraw from Judea and Samaria and have US soldiers stationed there, Kerry reveals in new book"

ARUTZ SHEVA
Netanyahu prevented uprooting of hundreds of thousands of Jews
by Ido Ben Porat
September 2, 2018

Former US Secretary of State John Kerry will publish a new book in the coming days, including memoirs of the time he served under President Barack Obama and his failed attempt to achieve peace between Israel and the PA. 94 more words

Israel & Middle East

Yesterday I didn’t blag

Blagging.

It’s a thing.

You could interpret it as pretending to know or be better at something than you are.

Today I was told that my lack of competence in a meeting I was chairing wasn’t apparent until I told everyone that I wasn’t sure what I was doing. 419 more words

Humanism

Tel es-Safi Archaeological Dig 2018

Following my last season at the Tel es-Safi/Gath archaeological dig (as can be read in parts I and II) a year later, I returned this summer for another four weeks of fun in the sun. 2,036 more words

Israel

University Trip: Tel es-Safi & Museum of Philistine Culture

Back in June, before the bustle of the summer months began, I took part in another field trip offered by my Archaeology department at Bar Ilan University. 1,118 more words

Israel

Bucolic Bliss

London’s Regents Park in the summer is bucolic bliss, offering  a few moments’ escape from the troubles of the real world.  Around every corner some new interest awaits: live music at the bandstand, a lake on which tiny paddle boats glide along,  mature trees offering shade for picnics. 275 more words

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