On the other hand

March 23, 2019 by Michael Kuttner
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With election day rapidly approaching Israelis are faced with the dilemma of which party to cast their ballot for.

The question is: who will pass the electoral threshold and who will fail?

Meanwhile no such conundrum exists for those witnessing Israel’s daily successes in a myriad of fields.

This week’s edition features several videos demonstrating innovations and other unique events only found in the Jewish State.

 

REHABILITATION FOR INJURED ANIMALS

 Instead of “putting down” injured animals as is a common practice in most countries a group of Israelis has established an animal farm where they can care for and rehabilitate them.

Regardless of whether the animals are large or small they all receive the same loving care.

 

LOOKING FOR MORE LOST SCROLLS

It is believed that there are more scrolls to be found in unexplored caves around the Dead Sea. Teams from various countries are engaged in intensive searches to find them.

 

 

BEATING BACK THE DESERT

Israel is the only country in the world where the desert is being defeated and arid land is being brought back to fertile production.

 

PRESERVING ETHIOPIAN HERITAGE

 

Everyone knows about the shtetls of Europe which have been memorialized in books, films and plays. However, very few know anything about the lives of our Ethiopian brethren before they escaped in a modern day exodus to the Promised Land. Now Israelis and tourists alike can learn about this neglected subject.

 

 

THE CITY OF DAVID

Governor Huckabee, a long time Christian friend of Israel explains why he has been “blown away” by the latest discoveries in Jerusalem. Next time you are in Israel take the opportunity to see for yourselves.

 

 

A PURIM MESSAGE FROM THE WHITE HOUSE

Although Purim has finished by the time you see this, the message from “President Donald Trump” should still resonate.

 

ENJOY

 

 

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