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Israeli President Opposes Contacts With Europe's Far-Right


JAN. 4, 2017, 7:48 A.M. E.S.T.

VIENNA — Israeli President Reuven Rivlin has told Jewish representatives that he strongly opposes contacts between his country’s officials and European parties with a history of anti-Semitism. 107 more words

Cumhurbaşkanı Rivlin'den Türkçe Taziye Mesaj

İsrail Cumhurbaşkanı Reuven Rivlin, İstanbul’da gerçekleşen terör saldırısıyla ilgili resmi Twitter hesabından Türkçe bir başsağlığı mesajı paylaştı.
İsrail Cumhurbaşkanı Reuven Rivlin, İstanbul Ortaköy’deki gece kulübüne yönelik terör saldırısıyla ilgili Türkçe mesaj paylaşarak, “Kalplerimiz, Türk halkıyla birliktedir. 103 more words


First Pair of F-35's Arrive in Israel while Aleppo Falls into Russian-Iranian Control

Only hours ago, the first F-35 fighter jets, named “Adir” (“mighty”) in Hebrew, arrived at Nevatim Airbase in southern Israel.  Ceremonies to welcome the arrival were delayed over 5 hours due to inclement weather out of Italy.   182 more words

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Guatemala: Friend of Israel

Recently, Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales and his wife, Hilda Patricia Morales, visited Israel where they were greeted by Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.  President Morales entered office in January and was making his first official visit outside the western hemisphere. 254 more words

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In Ukraine, Reuven Rivlin (Zionist Jew, Kike) warns against "sin" of forgetting "Nazi atrocities"

KIEV, Ukraine — As Ukraine marks 75 years since the Nazi slaughter of tens of thousands of Jews in Kiev’s Babi Yar ravine, President Reuven Rivlin warned against succumbing to the “sin” of forgetting or denying the atrocities of the Holocaust. 398 more words

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Snubbed Israeli Judo Athlete takes Bronze

On Friday, Israeli judoka Ori Sasson was snubbed by his Egyptian opponent after defeating him in a judo match.   Later in the day, he captured Israel’s second medal of the Olympics by taking bronze in the 100+ kilo class of the judo competition in Rio. 263 more words

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