On the other hand

September 6, 2020 by Michael Kuttner
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Schools are back and a collective sigh of relief from parents can be heard throughout the land.

With COVID-19 still raging preventative measures such as smaller classes, masks and zoom learning have been instituted. Schools in towns and cities deemed to be “red” zones of high infection are suspended.

Meanwhile, near-normal life continues as we hurtle towards the holy days season.

 

ISRAEL’S INTERNATIONAL OUTREACH

 Unreported by the world’s media because it is good news is Israel’s continuing aid to many countries.

LATEST IRRIGATION TECHNOLOGY

Everyone knows that Israel is a world pioneer in agricultural technology. Here is the lowdown on the latest breakthrough which takes us back to the “roots.”

 

 

ANOTHER INNOVATION FROM THE START-UP NATION

With cinemas closed and restrictions in place for other cultural and social gatherings residents of Tel Aviv grab the opportunity to watch movies in a novel setting. Provided you don’t suffer from seasickness here is the perfect way to enjoy an evening at the movies.

 

SNIFF TEST

A new Corona test which gives results in 30 seconds should speed up testing and help to reduce the current backlog.

 

 

MORE PROOF JEWS WERE HERE

 At a time when revisionist history has become normal narrative for those who deny an ancient Jewish presence in Israel ongoing archaeological discoveries continue to validate our indigenous roots.

In the very latest “dig” the remains of a magnificent royal structure from the time of the Judean Kings has been uncovered.

We are truly blessed to be living at a time when our ancient past is being brought back to us throughout the Promised Land.

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