On the other hand

August 22, 2021 by Michael Kuttner
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Having done very well at the recent Olympic Games, Israel is now eagerly looking forward to the forthcoming Paralympics.

Although bringing home medals is a wonderful achievement actually participating and overcoming difficult handicaps is what makes the Paralympics so special.

In a similar vein, Israel’s achievements over the years, despite seemingly insurmountable barriers, are a source of pride and wonderment.


Lions have an ancient association with the Jewish People from ancient times to our own day.

Learn why this is so.




Anywhere you dig in Israel you are bound to uncover hitherto unknown historical sites.

The whole country is an archaeologist’s paradise.

Watch the latest discoveries.



Unheralded and under-reported by the general media outside of Israel are many positive steps being taken as a result of the Abraham Accords.

It demonstrates how peace can be made when both sides have a genuine desire to co-operate and learn from each other.

Contrast this with those who still advocate a world where neither Israel nor Jews exist.




In what can truly be called an historic “joint venture,” the first Israeli baby was recently born in the United Arab Emirates.

May this be just the beginning of many more smachot.




 Three Israeli universities are included in the top one hundred centres of learning in the world.

Imagine what a different place the Middle East would be if instead of devoting resources to terror our neighbours would spend their funds on education, knowledge and tolerance.


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