vrijdag 28 augustus 2015

dinsdag 25 augustus 2015

Israeli Doctor Fired for 'Anti-Gay' Remarks: No Regrets

Dr. Sudi Namir, who was fired from the Israel Medical Association Ethics Committee for controversial comments he made about homosexuals on an internet forum, has defended his comments in an exclusive interview with Arutz Sheva.

Full story: israelnationalnews

Stocks slump on Tel Aviv Stock Exchange after global dive

Stock dropped sharply on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange on Sunday, in the wake of plummeting markets across the world that began in China and caused tumbles in Europe and the US.

Fearing a new global financial crisis, Tel Aviv’s TA-100 Index saw its worst day of trading Sunday since September 2011, falling 4.10 percent. Total turnovers reached approximately NIS 1.4 billion ($360 million) with small shares and bio-med companies leading the drop. At the close on Sunday, the TA 25 Index lost 4.08 percent, hitting a new three month low.

Shanghai’s stock exchanged opened with an eight percent drop on Monday, throwing Asian markets into a frenzy. Tokyo’s Nikkei fell 3.09 percent by late morning and Seoul’s exchange dove by 1.88 percent.

Monday’s early losses follow a Friday nosedive in US and European stocks. The emerging currencies market plummeted with several commodities reaching historic lows.

Read more at breakingisraelnews

Tel Aviv Stock Exchange bounces back

Bezorgdheid over stagneren van economische groei Israel

Say No To Iran Deal

Khamenei roept opnieuw op tot vernietiging van Israël

Ben Carson Accuses Obama Of Turning His Back On Israel

vrijdag 21 augustus 2015

BDS Tyranny in the Arts - Matisyahu Banned

Spaans festival weert joodse zanger Matisyahu

Joodse zanger Matisyahu toch welkom op Spaans festival

The Modern Myth - Palestine

Historic Fact-Questions .....
Historic Fact-Questions the international world-powers/community, who support a ‘palestinian’ state (the two-state ‘solution’), cannot answer!

donderdag 20 augustus 2015

Four Rockets Hit Northern Israel from Syria, a massive escalation on our border

Four rockets hit Israel Thursday afternoon in the Upper Galilee region in the north near the Lebanese border after “color red” warning sirens were sounded in the area – in an attack that comes even as the IDF is preparing for rocket attacks from Gaza.

The rockets were fired from Syria. No injuries were reported, and the IDF released a statement saying it is investigating the incident.

“Four rockets were launched from the Syrian Golan Heights, landing in the Upper Galilee and the Israeli Golan Heights,” the IDF said in a statement. “No injuries have been reported.”

Two of the explosions hit the Golan Heights and two hit the “finger” region of the Upper Galillee. They hit open ground and caused no injuries.

A fire has been set off by the blasts adjacent to a town in the area and firefighters are currently working to put it out.

Sirens were heard before the strikes to the east of Kiryat Shmona, in the towns of Gonen, Kfar Blum, Kfar Szold, Lahavot Habashan, Neot Mordechai,Amir, Sde Nehamia and Shamir.


IDF strikes in Syria after five rockets land in northern Israel