It’s taken less than a month for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to scrap at least three election promises.
Original article by: United with Israel Staff; editing mine. Muslim Zionism has Capacity to Swing Israeli Election Anett Haskia is an Arab Muslim Zionist. By serving as a role model…
When Hamas and Islamic Jihad militants started raining rockets on Israeli cities and towns nine days ago and the Israeli Air Force responded by targeting terrorist cells and rocket launching…
And now, for the moment y’all were so eagerly anticipating…this week’s Havel Haveilim posts (none of which consequently, covered Macabbi–or the wonderful world of b-ball):
Remember when we reported that Google was planning to buy the Israeli traffic app Waze for a sum close to $1 billion? That was undoubtedly a huge sum of money for an Israeli startup, but it turns out that there have been many other successful exits this year.
Naftali Bennett earned a whopping 12 mandates in the last Knesset elections. This didn’t surprise anyone. He led a populist campaign based on the Israeli version of “You’re my bro.” He talked about unity, unity and more unity as if unity was everything and I gotta hand it to him: unity isn’t the “most important” think for Israel–it’s the only thing that really matters. But Bennett and his Jewish Home party have proven far from equal to the task of bringing unity to Israel.
I met Anett Haskia, a woman I hadn’t previously heard of, on a pro-Israel Facebook page run by Cliff Pinto, a guy I’ve come to respect for his deep understanding of the Arab-Israeli conflict and love for the Jewish people.