Some random articles that seemed more compelling than others:
From Bradley Burston at Ha’aretz, a terrific analysis of how Mahmoud Ahmedinejad, Iran’s PM, has us all wrapped around his little evil finger.
Also, an interesting assessment of the IDF in this war so far.
Story about how communities up north in Israel are coming together and receiving assistance from others as well.
8 civilians and 4 soldiers were killed yesterday. Most are being buried today.
If you’re an Arab MK in one of only a couple real democracies in the entire Middle East, and then you are asked to leave the parliamentary session because you shout at your country’s Left wing, peacenik Defense Minister, “Child killer” and “Angel of death,” you will accuse the other members of the knesset (parliament) of racism.
Unlike Depeche Mode, Ziggy Marley did not cancel his performance in Israel and apparently gave a great one. Go buy one of his CDs.
Warren Buffet continues to offer support and confidence in his purchase of a significant Israeli company. Good for him.
For some reason, Ynet is bragging about Intel’s Dual Core chip, developed in Israel, some months too late. Better late than never, congrats to Intel’s Israel division.
Photos, old ones, of the Land of Israel while it was in Ottoman hands.
It was just announced that two more Golani soldiers were killed in Lebanon on Friday.
Former Chief of Staff, Moshe Yaalon speaks clearly to the moral nature of the IDF and its manner of fighting. Be sure to read this.