On the other hand

May 9, 2021 by Michael Kuttner
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Forget the political shenanigans currently enveloping those politicians still trying to cobble together an Israeli governing coalition.

The best news of the week is the impending decision to open Israel’s borders to vaccinated tourists from fourteen countries including Australia and New Zealand. Hopefully this will give a much needed boost to a decimated tourist industry. The numbers involved will depend on the speed of vaccination programmes in the designated countries so if you are eager to visit make sure to receive the shots as soon as possible.

BELATED CELEBRATIONS

 

Dr. Mike Evans, the founder of the Friends of Zion Museum, has opened a $3 million guesthouse in Jerusalem. It is intended for survivors of the Shoah to stay at, free of charge, when celebrating their long-overdue Bar/Bat Mitzvah in Jerusalem.

 

300 survivors have already registered.

 

 

 

OVERCOMING CHALLENGES

 

The successful integration of Ethiopian Olim has been a major challenge. While still much needs to be done there have been many positive developments.

 

Hear how one determined woman is making a big difference.

 

 

SPRINGTIME IN ISRAEL

 is you prepare to pack your bags for a long-overdue visit to the Promised Land here is a video shot from a drone of the sights you can expect to see in the Galilee.

 

Another video showing the beautiful sights along the Yarkon river from its source to the Mediterranean Sea.

ANOTHER CITY OF DAVID DISCOVERY

Every time archaeologists dig in Israel they uncover more amazing items from our ancient historical past.

 

KING SOLOMON WAS HERE

 This discovery sheds possible light on King Solomon’s reign and his maritime activities.

 

 

THE NAVY RECEIVES ITS LATEST CORVETTE

 Israel has taken delivery of its 2nd state of the art corvette at a ceremony in Germany.

Who would have ever believed in 1945 that one day the German national anthem, Deutschland Deutschland Uber Alles followed by Israel’s Hatikvah would be heard at a German shipyard?

 

TRANSFORMATION

 The country’s seventy-three years have witnessed dramatic almost miraculous transformations from an underdeveloped nation to one of the world’s most advanced societies.

All this has taken place while our enemies have tried to eliminate us and we have absorbed millions of new immigrants from the four corners of the globe.

 

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One Response to “On the other hand”
  1. Rachael Apfelbaum says:

    Thank you. Will await future emails.

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