On the other hand

November 22, 2020 by Michael Kuttner
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Welcome news on several fronts greeted Israelis this week.

Bahrain’s Foreign Minister made the first official visit to Jerusalem inaugurating an exciting new era in relations which will include diplomatic representation, trade & investment opportunities and tourism.

Etihad Airways are scheduled to start flying to Israel in January 2021 and this will make travel to the Gulf, South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand more competitive and quicker.

Next year also promises to see an Israeli astronaut taking part in a mission to the international space station.

MAKING A BETTER WORLD

 World Science Day was observed recently. It is once again an ideal opportunity to showcase Israel’s latest contributions to improving the world we live in.

At a time when Israel is condemned on a regular basis at the UN and its associated bodies this short presentation should highlight the country’s real positive achievements.

 

 

STRAIGHT TO YOUR HEAD

Throw away those cumbersome headphones and other listening devices.

Israeli innovators have come up with next-generation technology which can beam music, video games and movies directly to your head.

 

COMING HOME

 Jews have prayed and dreamt for over two thousand years about coming back home to the Promised Land.

Watch some of the dramatic scenes as families from far flung corners of the globe have returned over the years and are doing so in increasing numbers today.

There is no place like home.

 


INVITATION

The Israel Nature and Parks Authority issue you an invitation to visit.

Start planning so that when the skies are open again you will be ready to experience everything that they have to offer.

 

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