Israel

Post Jan. 23rd 2019
1. Syrian sources informed that in the 2 days ago air strike of Israel min Syria, mostly on Iranian position there were 21 killed people. 12 of them were Iranians. Israel warned Syria, in advance, and asked them not to disturb Israel of attacking the Iranians. But, the Syrians did not listen so the Israeli Air force was forced to attack also anti aircraft batteries. 7 of them were destroyed. The very interesting point is that Russia didn't condemn Israel. This is a major change in the Russian policy. Iranian anti regime sources said that the damaged caused by the Israelis was very substantial. An Iranian plane that was on its way to Syria returned back to Tehran.
2. Israel + US took, this morning, a test of the Israeli-American means (missile, arrow 3) to hit the Iranian missiles in space. The results were fully successful. This system is the long range. Israel has also a middle range defense system and a short range which is the famous "Iron Dom" that US ordered 2 full sets of it. The most interesting point is that Russia was detecting this test and confirmed that the results were fully successful. There are 5 nations, worldwide, that has this unique technology. Israel is among the top 5 in the world. Viva Israel.
3. Palestinian man was stopped on Monday after he attempted a stabbing attack against Israeli soldiers in Judea and Samaria, according to the Israel Defense Forces. The assailant was shot in Shomron Square outside the northern city of Shechem (Nablus) near a military base, the IDF confirmed. No Israeli casualties were reported. The suspect sustained serious injuries, according to Israeli media. An initial investigation suggested that the attacker came on the scene in a vehicle likely traveling from Nablus. After a brief security check, the soldiers instructed him to turn around. The attacker then left the car with a knife and attacked the soldier. “It is the second attempted terror attack in the same place within a month, and again civilians and soldiers are saved by no less than a miracle,” head of the Samaria Regional Council Yossi Dagan, said in a statement. As part of a string of attacks last month against Israelis, two IDF soldiers were murdered and two civilians severely injured after being shot by a terrorist at the Givat Asaf Junction, between Beit El and Ofra. An unborn baby was also injured in attack last month. He died just four days after an emergency c-section was performed to save his life
4. Chinese are not very impressed from the Iranians. They want to make business with Israeli companies to have Israeli technology and products. An Chinese company, ICB Investment, signed a technology transfer agreement to have head lice that was developed to be produced in China under laboratories.
5. Another Chinese company, the buses producer "Hager" is looking to open a production line of here buses in Israel. The reason is that they claim that the Israeli methods and technology is better than theirs and they want Israeli quality.
6. After the successful visit of the Israeli PM in Chad, the big Muslim state, more Muslim countries want to establish/renew their relations with Israel as they see that the only serious country that can help them is Israel. So, the next PM to come to visit Israel is the Mali’s Prime Minister Soumeylou Boubeye Maiga in the coming weeks. The historic visit represents another step in Israeli premiere Benjamin Netanyahu’s strategy of improving ties with nations in Africa, including those with Muslim majorities, such as Mali. According to the report, Maiga’s visit will occur before Israeli elections at the beginning of April. In 1973, Mali cut ties with Israel in the aftermath of the Yom Kippur War during an era in which a number of African nations selected Arab allies over the Jewish state. The announcement regarding the Malian leader’s visit follows a 2018 meeting between Netanyahu and Maiga in Liberia, after which Netanyahu’s office announced the beginning of a new era of “warming” relations between the two nations. In response to the development, Islamic terrorists claiming to be affiliated with al-Qaeda killed 10 Chadian peacekeepers in Mali, and injured another 25, blaming the attack on Chad’s decision to renew ties with Israel. Well, this is the only thing that they know, the Muslims: killing. This is their solution for everything that does not suite their policy.
7. Israeli start-up MobileODT says it can detect cervical cancer more accurately and inexpensively than the standard colposcopy method used today, by creating a mobile digital colposcope made up of a smartphone equipped with a light source, a lens for magnification and an artificial intelligence algorithm. A colposcopy is a procedure that uses a colpocope that provides doctors with an illuminated and magnified view of a woman’s cervix and the tissues of the vagina and vulva, to screen for cervical cancer. In 2018, 570,000 women were diagnosed with cervical cancer worldwide, making it the fourth most frequent cancer in females, according to the World Health Organization. A research by the National Cancer Institute also showed that 80 percent of the cases and 90% of the 280,000 deaths occurred in low- and middle-income countries, where the number of qualified colposcopists — the specialists who deal with the screenings of this anatomical area — is lower and healthcare operators have fewer resources. Cervical cancer, usually caused by the Human papillomavirus (HPV) which is mainly transmitted through sexual contact, can be prevented via prophylactic vaccination against HPV, and the risk of death can be sharply reduced with early diagnosis, treatment programs and proper screening, using Pap smears, which involve scraping the cervical walls with a spatula for sample cells. With its Eva System, which uses an Automated Visual Evaluation (AVE) algorithm, MobileODT says it can detect cervical cancer simply by examining an image of the cervix. According to the company, the AVE algorithm has proved to be more reliable than a human expert conducting a colposcopy in identifying abnormal tissue that points to a possible future development of cervical cancer. After developing the initial algorithm in collaboration with the National Cancer Institute, MobileODT created a portable, wireless and internet-connected colposcope called Eva Colpo that can be used in any clinic and medical practice, allowing women living in poorer areas to benefit from precise screening tests. The device’s hardware is a white, waterproof case enclosing a smartphone, which is an integral part of the device. Samsung J530 is the only model supported, content and community manager Rachel Gross told The Times of Israel. There is a handle with a power button at the base of the cover. Eva Colpo is equipped with a light source for illumination, a camera with lens for 16x optical magnification, and cross-grid polarizers for glare reduction. The device is pointed towards the pelvic area, after vaginal dilation has taken place through the use of a speculum. Then the colposcopist can look at the cervix on the phone’s screen in real time and in great detail, the company says. As a next step, clinicians take high-quality photo or video captures. This data is then transferred to the cloud where “the algorithm will assess the image for the presence of cancer,” Gross said. Cancer is detected by the integrated software through abnormalities in the cervix tissue. The AVE algorithm is not yet cleared for use by the US Food & Drug Administration for diagnostic purposes, but it is currently cleared by the FDA and the CE as a visualization tool, according to Gross, who added that when the algorithm receives FDA approval — in a year of two depending on the FDA timeline — it will turn Eva System into a proper diagnostic tool. The EVA system is already in use in 29 countries including Kenya, India, and Cambodia, plus 50 healthcare systems across the US, Gross said, but just as a tool for visualizing the cervix that can provide magnification after a HPV or Pap test has been carried out. Through the EVA System app – available for download on Google Store – practitioners will be able to provide an immediate diagnosis and record their decision to either treat patients on site without waiting for other test results, or refer them to another facility for treatment. Image and video captures can be both stored on the smartphone and synced safely to an online portal set up by the company. The information can be then exported and uploaded to the electronic medical records (EMR) of the practitioner. MobileODT recently achieved integration with the EMR of athenahealth, a company providing cloud-based services in healthcare, Gross said. Doctors might also add annotations and filters to the images so as to obtain new useful details, as well as monitor patients’ progress through time. The great advantage is connectivity. Every patient’s data is saved in an individual folder and can be securely shared through the web portal with other colleagues or organizations for assessment and clinical consultation, generally improving practitioners’ performance. Moreover, doctors can review stored materials and even use them for remote-teaching purposes. “Our team is proud to make available an AVE-enabled colposcope to reach more women and save more lives,” said CEO Ariel Beery in the press release. The product, which the company says is available for a fraction of the price of a standard colposcope, is aimed at not just individual specialists, but also hospitals and NGOs involved in the medical field. Mobile ODT announced last week that it will soon start a pilot study in India, where only 3.1% of the 432 million women at risk of developing cervical cancer can undergo clinical screenings. The company aims to screen 250 women per day and has partnered with partners Apollo Hospitals and Genworks Health, a large provider of healthcare solutions in the Asiatic country. MobileODT’s team was at work in India last week to train the clinicians on how to use the device, Gross said. This clinical study — the first wide-scale one — is meant to improve the AI algorithm “by comparing cytologic co-testing to the algorithm performance, using biopsy as ground truth,” the company said. The Tel Aviv-based company was founded in 2012 by childhood friends Beery and CTO David Levitz. The former global CEO of social ventures accelerator PresentTenseGroup, Beery also teaches at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, while Levy has a background in biomedical engineering. Currently on its Round B funding, MobileODT has so far raised $11 million, according to the database of Start-Up Nation Central, which tracks Israel’s tech industry. MobileODT also has another application for its technology: its device is capable of being adapted to examine patients who were sexually assaulted and collect forensic findings, the company said.
This is Israel in natural colors.
In friendship
Amir

Israel

Post-Jan. 22nd 2019
1. Following the Israeli attack in Damascus airport, the Iranians launched ground to ground missile that was produced in Iran and carried Iranian's marts. It was hit in the air. The hit was above an Israel skiing area. The visitors there were present in the only place in the world that people can meet snow, skiing and missiles. This is the normal situation in Israel. The next night Israel launched air wide range of air strike in which Iranians and Syrians were hit/killed. Syria was warned in advance about this bombing. (Where else in the world you find an army attack that the other side was informed/updated about, in advance. Only Israel does it). During this raid the Syrians operated its anti aircraft batteries. Its radars were ruined. Israel is determined to take all measures to protect Israel and its citizens.
2. The Palestinian Authority explains the establishment of the modern state of Israel as follows: First, the PA denies all of Jewish history in the region, including denying the thousands of archaeological finds that testify to Jewish history. Second, to explain why Jews moved to Israel they claim that Zionism was a European colonialist idea in order to get rid of Jews because "their character traits were unbearable," as well as to establish a Western stronghold in the Middle East to "steal the region's resources" and prevent the Arab nations from uniting: "[Fatah Central Committee member Abbas] Zaki emphasized that normalization with the occupation under any pretext constitutes part of the growing plot against our people's struggle. He explained that the Palestinian people, through its struggle, has always constituted an impregnable wall against the colonialist Zionist project that wants to take over the resources of the Arab peoples, and against the spread of Zionism towards the Arab region." [Official PA daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Jan. 11, 2019]
3. In the same speech, Zaki called on Palestinians and Arabs to act against "normalization" and stop Arab countries from visiting "the Zionist entity" as it is "the greatest danger to our Arab nation":
"[Zaki] also noted that there is a need for popular action against the process of normalization, by means of Arab forces and parties that need to raise their voices in order to stop this official running towards the Zionist entity, which is still occupying the country and constitutes the greatest danger to our Arab nation."
4. Earlier this week, Palestinian Media Watch reported on the PA's message to Palestinians that peace-building is "treason." A cartoon on official PA TV the cart of a woman shopping in an Israeli supermarket famous for being a place where Palestinians and Israelis work and shop together was pictured full of skulls. This is one example of many showing that the PA categorically rejects coexistence with Israel and condemns what it terms "normalization with the enemy."
5. The Palestinian Journalists' Syndicate recently followed this policy outlined by the PA when it supported a French Arab magazine's decision to fire a journalist who had visited Israel. The Syndicate further called to "settle accounts with" and "ostracize" any journalist who engages in "any activity of normalization with the occupying entity":
"The [Palestinian Journalists'] Syndicate again called on all of the media outlets, professional syndicates, and Arab associations to settle accounts with anyone who has participated in a visit to and any activity of normalization with the occupying entity, and to ostracize them."
6. UN Resolution 181 (the UN partition plan for Palestine) was passed by the UN General Assembly in 1947. It called for the partition of the British Mandate of Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states, with Jerusalem as a separate entity under the rule of a special international body. The Arab state was meant to be comprised of the western Galilee, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip, and the remaining territory of the Mandate west of the Jordan River would be the state of Israel – Jordan (known at the time as Transjordan) had already been established in what had been the part of the Mandate that was east of the Jordan River. The resolution was accepted by the Jewish Agency for Palestine, but Arab leaders and governments rejected it.
7. The Palestinian Authority has formally renounced all financial assistance from the United States, in order to avoid liability for US court decisions demanding millions in payment for terrorist attacks. PA Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah informed the Trump Administration of the decision in a letter he sent to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo…At issue is the 2018 Anti-Terrorism Clarification Act (ACTA, P.L. 115-253), which Congress passed into law in October 2018 and goes into effect at the end of this month. It ties American financial assistance to the Palestinians to the issue of legal jurisdiction within the US
8. One August morning in 2014, Yariv Adan, a senior product manager for Google in Zurich, was riding his motorcycle to work on a scenic mountain road when things went very wrong. His accident left him with an injured spine, a cracked scapula, broken bones and torn muscles. He has learned to live with the paralysis of his right arm. But the pain, his constant companion, was a different story. “Imagine presenting or interviewing with strong pain. Imagine waking up multiple times every night because of pain. Imagine pain always there with you  —  on your vacation, kid’s birthday, long business trip, when you drive, when you kiss  —  e-v-e-r-y day for the rest of your life,” Adan wrote in a blog post in March 2018, describing his situation. Then one day his second cousin Ariel Assaf, an Israeli-US serial entrepreneur who sold his data-center analytics startup Cloudoscope to Hewlett Packard, complained to Adan that he was looking for his next “significant” project and was having trouble coming up with an idea worth pursuing. They tossed a few ideas around, and then decided that perhaps Adan’s predicament was a challenge worth taking up. “Talking to him I realized just how frustrated he was about his pain and about how little modern medicine had to offer him,” Assaf said in an interview with The Times of Israel in Tel Aviv, where he now lives. Not only that, Adan described to Assaf the frustration of the doctors themselves, who felt helpless regarding his pain. “That surprised me,” Assaf said. “So I started talking to pain doctors in the US and Europe and I heard a shockingly constant story: they feel they are treating patients in the dark, and the remedies they offered were not evidence-based. They were very upfront about how frustrated they are by the lack of evidence and jealous of other fields that have measures with which they can work.” Doctors today mainly attempt to measure pain by asking their patients questions. In 2011, David Borsook, a pain researcher at McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School said that finding an objective measure of pain could radically change how patients are treated. Doctors measured Adan’s pain by asking questions such as: how much pain do you feel, on a scale from 1 to 10? How much pain have you felt in the past three weeks? Are you doing better or worse; how are you sleeping; how have you been functioning? The answers, of course, are subjective. “Pain changes during the day,” said Adan, 44, who was on a visit to Tel Aviv earlier this month. “How can I remember what it was three weeks ago?” Pain, explained Assaf, is stored in the brain’s short-term memory. “We don’t want to remember pain,” he said. “So, we forget.” So a doctor who asks questions “knows you cannot really answer, and that he is making life altering decisions based on these answers.” Even if there are neural signals that can be monitored in the brain, related to pain, explained Assaf, “we would call those signals pain only if they correlate to what the subject reports as pain, so the subjective nature of the measure remains. “We looked at the problem and realized that it is a data analytics problem,” Assaf said. So in 2017 the duo founded US-based startup Lab 39, which developed the Genie. This wristband with sensors, made using existing off-the-shelf hardware, partners with a smartphone app to help track pain. The wristband tracks sleep patterns, physical activity and heart rate — all of which are known to react to pain — while the app asks the patients a number of times a day how they feel, which they answer by swiping a pain scale. In addition, the app offers patients access to information and articles and also short relaxation exercises that could help them alleviate the feeling of pain. All of this information is then sent to the cloud and doctors are provided with an analysis of the data collected, allowing them over time to identify patterns of how the patient reacted to meds, for example, or how pain is reduced after a better night’s sleep. “With the technology, doctors will now be able to just look at a chart, just as they would for blood pressure, which is the way it should be,” said Assaf. The product has been distributed to a variety of doctors to try out and to patients at a pain clinic at Duke University Hospital in North Carolina, for feedback. “The technology is being used successfully and continues to evolve,” Assaf said. Willing to try new ways to help relieve pain In medical devices, he added, one of the challenges is getting doctors on board with new technology. “What is unique with us is that the doctors are frustrated, and are willing to try new things,” Assaf said. “All of the doctors we approached, at Columbia University, Stanford University, at the Henry Ford Health System, asked when we can do this.” Nirmish Shah, an assistant professor of medicine at Duke University School of Medicine, a pediatric hematologist specializing in sickle cell, has joined the firm as a co-founder. Adan — who is a co-founder of Lab 39 but does not take an active part in the day-to-day dealings of the startup because of his job in Google — is the technology’s lead user, testing it out on himself. “I have four kids,” Adan said. “I don’t want to deal with pain all the time, even to report it.” Thus, he said, the app aims to be easy-to-use, avoiding having users linger on the fact that they are in pain. The market scope of the product is a “green field” of opportunity, they said. There are more than 25 million chronic pain sufferers in the US alone, according to the US National Institutes of Health, with 23.4 million American adults reporting “a lot of pain.” After getting doctors on board to prescribe the product, they said, the next step will be to get the insurance companies to refund patients’ costs. The entrepreneurs are now looking to raise funds to further develop the product and get it past the necessary regulatory and insurance approvals. “My dream is to say one day that through my pain, I managed to help alleviate the pain of millions of others,” Adan said
I hope that now we understand the difference between Israel that helps everybody, to the Muslims that ruin everything.
In friendship
Amir

Israel

Post-Jan. 21st 2019
1. An Israeli Arab, that was studying languages in the University in China, and went to Australia for excellent student's exchange, was murdered there. So far the police didn't release any reason for the murder, but, it seems that the murder become a common event that does not need a reason. It is enough that somebody wake up in the morning, decide to kill and it will be done. Anyway, we stand with the Murdered girl family and we are very sad for every murder especially when she was one of our, Israeli citizens, no matter her religion.
2. The Syrians said that an Israeli air strike was launched in Damascus air port, yesterday lunch time, at full light. According to the Syrian news agency, which brought this message, all Israeli missiles were shot down. I don't believe to a word of them. In response the Syrians launched a missile strike. It was hit by the Israeli anti missiles system, "Iron Dom". According to official/reliable sources in the last couple of years the Syrians sent some 420 anti aircraft missile. All of them missed the targets.
3. Japanese telecom manufacturer OKI Electric Industry Ltd and the innovation arm of Israel’s Sheba Medical Center have set up a new joint research project that will focus on the prevention of dementia in aging citizens. The agreement with Sheba’s ARC Innovation Center was signed in Jerusalem earlier this week in the presence of the Japan’s Economic Minister Hiroshige Seko and Israel’s Economic Minister Eli Cohen at the Japan-Israel Business Forum, organized by the economic ministries of Japan and Israel. Sheba’s ARC Innovation Center will work with OKI to analyze big data medical records to identify ways to prevent risk factors associated with dementia and create various health and exercise regimens for high-risk patients. The ARC/Sheba-OKI research project will be led by Professor Michal Beeri, director of the Joseph Sagol Neuroscience Center at Sheba Medical Center, ARC said in a statement. The study will involve a new approach for the prevention of dementia “in very high risk middle aged individuals,” Beeri said. The approach includes an application to closely will monitor dementia-related risk factors that, “if improved over time, we believe will delay the onset of the disease.” OKI is branching out into the digital healthcare industry at a time when the Japanese population is aging quickly and needs healthcare solutions, said Nathalie Bloch, the director of the ARC Innovation Center. “The ARC Innovation Center has been specifically designed to address and create a variety of technological solutions for the global healthcare industry through the use of big data and tele-medicine,” she said. Note: Israel is good for everybody in the world for cooperation concerning everything. Israel is not good enough for the Muslims. But not only Israel is good enough for them. Most of the None Muslim people are not good enough for them. So, Israel is not alone from this point of view. They, the Arabs must recheck themselves to see where they missed and where they are wrong.
4. A hunky baker is toiling away at his job at the family business. On the small TV in the shop, he watches the latest celebrity news about one of the country's most famous actresses. His life and hers couldn't be more different. And yet… what if they ended up meeting and falling in love? That's the premise of the hit Israeli TV show "Beauty and the Baker." Over the course of two seasons and 20 episodes, fans have fallen in love with the gluten-meets-glamorous couple. And not just in Israel: the show airs in more than 200 countries. Amazon Prime has made the romantic comedy, complete with subtitles, available for U.S. audiences to enjoy. The success of the series – which also stars Jason Lewis of "Sex and the City" fame – caught the eye of ABC, and the American network has green-lit an English version of the show for next year. The pilot is being written now. Karni Ziv is the head of Drama and Comedy at Keshet, the Israeli studio behind the show. "All over the world, people want to see what will happen when a boy meets a girl, and to hope for a very happy ending," she told From The Grapevine. "And it's a kind of story that is universal." "Beauty and the Baker" isn't alone. "Until the Wedding," an Israeli romantic drama about how one couple’s decision to get married can affect everyone in their lives, is also being adapted for American television. The show will delve into the intimate relationships of a group of friends as they contend with their own romantic lives. It's also set to air on ABC. Another series that Keshet is betting heavily on is "The Stylist," a romantic comedy about a fashion designer to celebrities featuring up-and-coming actress Ziv Sultan. "It stars a brilliant new actor that we discovered and I'm so proud," Ziv told us. Ziv says that romantic shows are experiencing a renaissance because they provide a respite from the turmoil of the news cycle. "I think that romantic stories can comfort you for an hour when you sit in front of your TV," she explained. "There is space for that hour after we watch a lot of news that – especially women – want to sit in front of the screen and just have fun, and a bit of escapism from reality." That trend is manifesting itself across the television landscape. Crown Media, which owns the Hallmark Channel, has produced more than 150 romantic holiday movies and continues to increase their output – with 37 new ones this year alone. Netflix has jumped on the bandwagon with their own slate of original romantic films. "This is the content that you turn on when you want to get away from the noise and hysteria," Hallmark Networks Chief Bill Abbott recently told The Hollywood Reporter. It may also be that viewers are feeling fatigue and burnout from the likes of "Chicago: PD" and "Law & Order." Ziv believes the networks are looking for romantic stories "because they've had enough of crime and espionage and suspense and police." She's speaking from experience. Keshet was behind some of the most popular Israeli adaptations on American TV screens – including Showtime's "Homeland" and "The A Word" on the Sundance Channel. Another Keshet drama, "When Heroes Fly," was acquired by Netflix in October. To streamline the process of turning an Israeli TV show into a hit in the United States, Keshet now hosts the annual Innovative TV Conference in Jerusalem. The biggest names in television from around the world meet with Keshet to see what they have coming down the pipeline. Networks like HBO, Showtime, AMC, Hulu, NBC, CBS have all traveled to Israel hoping to find the next water-cooler show. At this year's conference, we had the pleasure of sitting down to chat with Ziv about the influence of Israeli TV on American audiences: So what’s behind the increased interest in Israeli programming? “We’re pursuing it because it’s the best. It’s driven purely by creativity. And there’s something about the relationships between the people here and in Israel that has brought this stuff to everyone’s attention,” Jennifer Salke said when she was the president of NBC Entertainment. “Nor does the cookie cutter show work. No one will watch unless it’s great. So we look outside for inspiration, and Israel is shining in that area.”
5. The Israeli PM is visiting Chad in Africa. Chad is a big country. The majority of its citizens are Muslims. The king of Chad said that he is looking ahead to renew the diplomatic relations that were cut 50 years ago. The NP (None Palestinians) and the Iranians are doing their utmost to eliminate the renewal of the relations. Iran [promised Chad to assist them in development. But we know that these are just empty promises. Iran has no money for their own people, the Iranians, so how can they promise Chad to support them? This exactly the Muslim way to achieve things: To promise vacuumed promises and to ruin what must be built. Chad promised to move their embassy to Jerusalem.
6. Israel and Japan will cooperate in developing digital health technologies and will promote partnerships in the automotive and cybersecurity fields. The two nations on Tuesday set up a total of six agreements, including the signing of a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in digital health. The accords were signed during the visit in Israel of what has been dubbed as “the largest and most senior ever” Japanese delegation to Israel, led by Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Hiroshige Seko, and including 150 representatives of some 90 companies, including giant corporations Honda, Mitsubishi, Hitachi and Toshiba. “We are starting to see the fruits of strengthening the economy between Japan and Israel,” Israeli Minister of Economy and Industry Eli Cohen said during a meeting of the Japan Israel Innovation Network (JINN) Business Forum that took place in Jerusalem on Tuesday, during which the accords were signed. The business forum was set up in May 2017, to promote economic cooperation. Cohen added that the volume of trade between the two companies has “increased by more than 25% only in the last two years,” and the goal for the coming year is to raise Israeli exports to Japan to above $1 billion. Israel is also striving to boost Japanese investments in Israel by helping 30 Japanese companies make investments in Israel in the next year, as well as help set up five new Japanese offices in the country. In the next three years, Cohen said, the aim is to “at least double the trade volume between Japan and Israel.” Exports of Israeli products to Japan jumped 46% to $870 million in the first three quarters of 2018, compared to the previous year, while in the first nine months of 2018 Israel imports from Japan rose 7% to $1.51 billion, according to data provided by the Israeli ministry. Cohen said the two countries are not competitors, and by joining forces they “will give a lot of hope to the world” as they both see technology and innovation as the most important economic power for the future. Digital health, he said, is one of the “most important engines” of Israel’s economy and will be one of the most important growth engines globally for the coming decades. Thus, he said, “Japan and Israel can be the best partners” in the mission to promote this field. The big challenges for the future are setting up a direct flight between the two countries and accelerating a free trade agreement between the nations, Cohen said. Shion Kawai, the Press and Cultural attaché at the Japanese embassy in Tel Aviv, said that Japanese companies are “very interested in strengthening the ties with Israel.” Ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games, he said, Japanese Cybersecurity and Olympics Minister Yoshitaka Sakurada visited Israel earlier this month to check out Israeli know-how in cybersecurity and to see what technology could be useful ” to defend our Olympic games.” Akira Shisa, who works as general manager in the Aero Engine, Space & Defense Business Area of the Japanese firm IHI Corporation, one of the biggest multinational companies in the world, focusing among other things on the design and construction of aero-engines, said that the firm is in Israel “to look for new technologies.” He added that this was his first visit to Israel, representing a starting point (for cooperation) with a lot of potential for the company.
7. Ukraine and Romania too are the next 2 countries that consider moving their embassies to Jerusalem.
In friendship
Amir

Israel

Post-Jan. 20th 2019
1. Sweden is known as one of the entities that dislike Israel. Instead they like and support the Arabs/Muslims. But, when they, Sweden, need help they don't apply to the Arabs, they come to Israel as they know what they can achieve in/from the Arabs and what from Israel. The difference is very substantial. So, the Swedish company "UNITI" is developing a small city car that its production will start in 2020. He applied to Israel to produce the cars. The reason, as quoted from the general manager, Mr. Lewis Horn, declaration: "I am looking for partners for the production line of our electric cars and to sell them in Israel and in the area". "I appreciate very much the Israeli technology and to the people that created/innovated these technologies. We are looking to work with them much closer once we have our production plant in Israel" he added.
So, this is Israel. Don't believe/trust to the lies that the Arabs and their partners/ allies tell you.
2. But not just Sweden is looking for relations with the Israeli most developed industry. Also Muslim countries are looking. Sweden is searching declaring its interest in cooperation with Israel, the Muslims make it quietly, via 3rd party. The Israeli minister of Economy, who is attending a conference in a Muslim state that has no diplomatic relations with Israel, was asked to meet couple of Muslim countries delegators in order to discuss cooperation in various fields like agriculture, water, telecommunication and improvement of their relations with Israel. Well, Sweden is still not a Muslim country, but it is on its way to become one because of the developing influence of the Arabs there. Israel is not hesitating to have business relations with Sweden as long as the business consists on the Western rules of making business, not on the Middle East rules that are, mostly, the Arabs rules. No, we won't be doing business in/of the Arab style.
3. Jan 27th is the international holocaust day. (Yes, you Muslims and Mr. Abu Mazen, you still say that there was no holocaust, that it is a Jewish lie and imagination, but you, Muslims are that blocked that although/even the German do confirm it, you still hesitate. You were lucky not to be there and the very few that were in Europe were the friends of the Nazis. Your, the Muslim representative/leader in the holocaust, that helped Hitler was Haj amin el Huseini). So, in order to commemorate the holocaust, 40 ambassadors, from different countries, will travel to Israel and to attend the holocaust ceremony in Herzl mount in Jerusalem. The visit to Israel will last 5 days in which the ambassadors will travel in Israel and to see the truth of Israel in order to understand better the situation and in order to reject the Arabs lies. By the way, Abu Mazen, the NP (None Palestinians) leader denies the holocaust. In his doctorate he wrote that it still must be investigated. 16 million dead people, 6 million of them were Jews, and the fact that Germany do confirm the holocaust, is, still, not enough for him, and his people to accept the history truth.
4. Muslim culture. 4 American soldiers were among the 16 people that were killed by a suicide terrorist. The Arabs are taught to kill everybody, even if they get killed in order to damage the others. This is the Quran.
5. Academic boycotts, rightly understood and employed, are an effective means of isolating and stigmatizing universities and other institutions that support authoritarian regimes (like Erdogan's Turkey) or provide a platform for spreading pro-terrorist propaganda (as at An-Najah or Birzeit universities in the West Bank). By refusing to acknowledge the legitimacy of universities controlled by regimes that deny basic academic (and human) freedoms, boycotters undermine corrupt systems and lend moral support to academics fighting for their rights and even their lives. But not all boycotts are defensible. The academic Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel provides the most obvious example of an unjust act masquerading as high-minded activism. Contrary to the claims of BDS advocates, Israel is a free, democratic state with equal representation for all citizens, regardless of their religious or ethnic background. Israeli universities, far from suffering under state or party control, are home to some of Israel's harshest critics, who are free to condemn or praise governments and religious leaders or even question the legitimacy of Israel's existence. They are anything but tools of the state whose livelihood and freedom depend on praising the government or censoring their opinions. In light of these widely known facts, BDS proponents reveal their antisemitic motivations in a myriad of ways, most obviously in singling out Israel — the world's only Jewish state — for condemnation, while turning a blind eye to genuine human rights abusers such as Iran, Saudi Arabia, North Korea, Cuba, and China. The BDSers' false assertions regarding Israeli history — from denying the long and vibrant history of the ancient Hebrews, to claiming that Israelis are European "settler colonialists" comparable to Nazis — also expose their antisemitism. These abuses do not, however, invalidate academic boycotts per se. Blanket opposition to boycotts willfully ignores the intellectual and moral corruption of academic institutions in countries controlled by authoritarian regimes. This refusal rests on a moral relativism that treats all regimes and their academic systems equally, regardless of the legitimacy of a nation's academic enterprise. Far from mounting a brave defense of academic freedom, university presidents and others opposed to all academic boycotts shun their responsibility to make difficult and potentially unpopular decisions on a case-by-case basis. Unfortunately, ours is not the first era in which America's academic leaders have chosen expediency over justice, and hidden behind the cry of "academic freedom." In their shameful failure to condemn the Nazification of German higher education systems following Hitler's rise to power in 1933, America's academic elite — led by Nicholas Murray Butler and James Bryant Conant, presidents of Columbia and Harvard, respectively — cloaked their antisemitism with high-minded defenses of academic freedom that would ring familiar today. Despite the odious "cleansing process" that legalized firing Jews and political opponents in German academe, plus daily press reports of the persecution of Jews throughout Germany, Butler, Conant, and many others maintained ties with their German counterparts, welcomed Nazi officials to their campuses, sponsored academic exchanges with German universities, and actively suppressed student and faculty demands for boycotts against Germany's once-great academic institutions. An analogous situation exists today in Turkey, where an Islamist-inspired "cleansing" of academia has occurred since the July 2016 coup attempt. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's regime has fired over 5,000 academics and more than 33,000 teachers, while jailing thousands more. Many were charged with having connections to the Gülen movement, part of a network associated with exiled spiritual leader and former Erdogan ally Fethullah Gülen. As a result, government-backed Islamists control Turkey's universities, where any remaining secularists or moderates must keep a low profile on pain of termination or imprisonment. Yet many American professors of Middle East studies are mimicking Depression-era academics in their refusal to acknowledge a tyrant's persecution of their colleagues. Last October, specialists from elite universities, including Columbia, Georgetown, UNC-Chapel Hill, and UC-Berkeley, gathered for the Second International Conference on the Muslim Ummah at Istanbul Sabahattin Zaim University. That the conference chair was Sami Al-Arian, who pled guilty to aiding Palestinian Islamic Jihad, a State Department-designated terrorist organization, while teaching at the University of South Florida (and who was subsequently expelled to Turkey and now teaches at Sabahattin Zaim), bothered no one. Nor were Americans and other Westerners deterred from participating in an earlier Istanbul conference sponsored by the Al Sharq Forum, a defender of Islamism, the Muslim Brotherhood, and Turkey's rulers. In October 2016, scholars from Harvard, Michigan, and UNC-Chapel Hill gathered to hear regime-approved lectures from, among others, Erdogan's chief spokesman Ibrahim Kalin, who earned his Ph.D. in Islamic studies from George Washington University, and is a senior fellow at Georgetown University. Participants in both conferences didn't travel to Istanbul to speak truth to power by critiquing Erdogan's brutality and challenging the legitimacy of his actions. Rather, they ignored their host's ongoing destruction of academic freedom and, at the 2018 conference, harshly critiqued Israel, America, and the West. Their presence lent a veneer of legitimacy to Turkey's violations of academic rights while ignoring the plight of their colleagues languishing in prison or suffering from unemployment and internal exile. Excusing the inexcusable was also the goal of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed by San Francisco State University (SFSU) and An-Najah University in the West Bank. Facilitating a series of trips by perennial anti-Israel activist Rabab Abdulhadi, the director of SFSU's Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Initiative, the MOU exists in spite of An-Najah's undeniable ties to Hamas operatives and terrorists. SFSU has also pursued agreements with Bir Zeit University, another West Bank school teeming with Hamas supporters. Such institutional arrangements with American universities serve to normalize the radical, antisemitic, pro-terrorist atmospheres at these schools. America's university leaders can avoid the errors of their 1930s predecessors by first confronting the morality (or immorality) of any individual boycott effort, including the lies and hatred that drive BDS, and second by severing ties to institutions that have ceased to exist (if they ever did) as independent centers of higher learning. Dissident academics suffering mass persecution — not the lackeys now running academe in Turkey — deserve the backing of their American colleagues. In the West Bank, universities honeycombed with terrorist supporters should be called out for their systemic corruption and cultivation of bigotry. By refusing to give their moral and intellectual support, American academics can strike a blow against vicious regimes and the academic establishments that support them, while exposing BDS supporters' dark motives.
5. Gaza. Friday's demonstrations on the fence produced no dead but 35 wounded Gazans. The reason is that they were trying to break into Israel and they were hiding, behind/among them Hamas terrorists. I hope that next week there will be no casualties of any kind. All depends on the Gazans. They decide whether to demonstrate and where. If they would not approach the fence they would have never been shot. Israel told/warned Gazans that if they continue their demonstrations the $15 millions that were transferred to them from Qatar via Israel, because Egypt refused to transfer will not be allowed. So, they, instead of lowering the flames, they warned Israel by increasing the fire, the demonstrations. This is the Gazans and all Arabs logic. Instead of trying to achieve peace, which will pay them much more t6han to Israel, they behave wildly.
In friendship
Amir

Israel

Post-Jan. 18th 2019
1. This is the best proof that Israeli developments are acceptable by leaders of armies in the world. The US Army reportedly has asked Congress for some $373 million for the purchase of two Iron Dome batteries from Israel. According to the Yedioth Ahronoth daily, if the deal goes through, it will be the first time Israel has ever sold an entire weapons system to the U.S. The batteries would be deployed with U.S. forces in sensitive parts of the world to help protect them from the threat of rocket attacks. The army’s request suggests that the American military’s interest in the system is only beginning. “The Army will acquire two Iron Dome batteries to provide ground forces an interim capability by 2020 against unmanned air vehicles, mortars, rockets, artillery and cruise missiles as well as explore full adoption of the Israeli-developed system for the Indirect Fire Protection Capability Increment 2-Intercept program and incorporation with the Integrated Battle Command System by 2023,” according to Inside Defense, an American online news service for defense and aerospace professionals. In June, the news service reported that the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee had approved legislation that would require the army to draft a plan to experiment with Iron Dome, shooting down rockets and low-flying threats, in a move that could set the stage for proponents of the system “to fight for a slice of future Pentagon spending” on air defense for U.S. ground forces. The sale reportedly would include 12 launchers, two radar systems and battlefield management computers, and 240 missiles. Iron Dome is a truck-towed mobile system developed by Rafael Advanced Defense Systems and Israel Aerospace Industries. Saudi Arabia, too, reportedly has acquired the system. It was initially deployed in March 2011 near Beersheva. Within a few weeks, the system successfully intercepted a BM-21 Grad rocket launched from the Gaza Strip. In the summer of 2014, the system was employed during “Operation Protective Edge,” intercepting rockets launched from Gaza. During the 50 days of the conflict 4,594 rockets and mortars were reportedly fired at Israeli targets; Iron Dome systems intercepted 735 projectiles that it determined were threatening, achieving an intercept success rate of over 90 percent. This is the best proof for the high quality/performance of the Israeli developed system.
2. Three Italian policemen, suspected of being part of an Israeli undercover unit, were released Tuesday night after being held by Hamas for 24 hours. The men, part of a diplomatic team that arrived in Gaza for security preparations ahead of a visit to the Gaza Strip by Italian Ambassador to Israel Gianluigi Benedetti, reportedly drove through a checkpoint, prompting Hamas forces to give chase. The men took refuge in the United Nations office in Gaza. Hamas cordoned off the building and questioned the suspects, after which they were satisfied that the three were indeed Italian citizens and not Israelis. “Investigations enabled us to ascertain the identity of the three Italians as well as the security of the procedures for their entrance into Gaza,” Hamas’s interior minister said, according to the ANSAmed news agency. Since a botched IDF secret reconnaissance operation on the outskirts of Khan Younis in November, Hamas forces have been particularly vigilant. The situation in Gaza is very sensitive, because the Arabs there are looking for fight instead for peace, so everybody must be very careful in this part of the world.
3. Israel is dealing not just with wars and fight. We deal much more with culture. Unfortunately we are forced to protect ourselves from the Arabs attacks. One of the people that help Israel is the famous performer Madonna. She is a very big supporter of Israel. She started by revealing the Jewish holy studies like the "Kabala". So, she will express her appreciation to Israel by performing as follows. Madonna might be coming to Israel in 2019 to perform side-by-side with Netta Barzilai, winner of last year’s Eurovision competition. Wouldn’t that be something? The Queen of Pop is reportedly negotiating a contract to perform at Eurovision on May 14 in Tel Aviv. Israel’s Ynet news site reports that Madonna is indeed ready to perform in the Jewish State. Over 100,000 fans are expected to attend the popular music contest, in which singers from over 40 countries participate. Tel Aviv also revealed on Tuesday a “tent city,” which will help the area deal with the extra tourists the contest is expected to bring in over the summer. It will be up from May until the end of June, extended for the Tel Aviv Pride Parade. The tent project, created by the Tel Aviv municipality, will hold about 2,000 people. Not only will it have recreation and party areas, but it will feature shower facilities, food stands and bike rentals.
“The Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality is planning to host an extraordinary Eurovision experience for the thousands of tourists who are expected to visit Tel Aviv,” Tel Aviv-Yafo Mayor Ron Huldai said. “The ‘Tent City’ is just one example of the many initiatives we are working on, in order to create the perfect tourist experience and make sure that visitors can enjoy everything that the city has to offer,” the mayor said. In September, the European Broadcasting Union and the Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation selected Tel Aviv as the most suitable host city in Israel for the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. The main venue will be at Charles Clore Seaside Park, overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. Barzilai, 25, won the contest in Lisbon, Portugal in May with “Toy,” a catchy techno dance tune about women’s empowerment. This will be the third time Israel has hosted Eurovision, having done so in 1979 and 1999. Both times the event was held in Jerusalem.
4. The Middle East Forum has learned that New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will conduct a State of the State town hall event at the Islamic Center of Passaic County (ICPC) in northern New Jersey tonight—a mosque with a long history of pro-Hamas leadership. The ICPC's current imam, Mohammad Qatanani, has terrorist connections galore: His own lawyer admits that he was a member of the student chapter of the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan, and the N.J. Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness identifies Qatanani as a Hamas supporter. Qatanani is currently fighting deportation on the grounds that he lied to federal officials about his Israeli conviction for membership Hamas. As if that were not enough, here are some excerpts from his extremist sermons throughout the years: On Palestine: "Palestine is for Palestinian people, not for Ukrainian people, not for New Yorkian (sic) people." On Israelis and Jews: "They are all immigrants, coming from where? Not even from the Bani Israil [Israelites] Not from the Bani Israil. Immigrants from Ukraine, Poland or New York." On the Jewish connection to Jerusalem: "There is nothing to prove the presence of that Temple under or above al Aqsa." On Jewish indigeneity in Israel: "…This land called Palestine has been an Arab land from 4,000 years ago before the presence of Abraham." On the Holy Land Foundation trial convictions: "oh Allah improve the matters of our community, subhanahu wa ta'ala to assist our brothers and sisters in the Holy Land Foundation, ask oh Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala to assist them and to remove the difficulty that they have been inflicted with with all of the brothers and sisters in this country, oh Allah to prove them non-guilty." On Christians: "The people who commit such atrocity [hypocrisy] will be the swiftest in punishment on the day of judgment…the hypocrites and those who have disbelieved, from the followers of Jesus peace and blessing be upon him have disbelieved after the table came down, and the people of Pharaoh will be swiftly punished as well and they'll be amongst the hypocrites. And Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala says about the hypocrites, the hypocrites are in the lower pits of hellfire." On Muslims at war: "Oh Allah assist our brothers and sisters in Filastin, and Iraq and Chechnya. O Allah remove occupation and oppression…" The Middle East Forum has asked Governor Murphy and Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver if they believe it's appropriate for state officials to meet with a radical Islamist imam like Qatanani. MEF has received no reply. If you believe American elected officials should know better than to consort with Hamas supporters, let Governor Murphy and his office hear your voice. * Contact Governor Murphy's office via phone: 609-292-6000 * Tweet him at https://twitter.com/GovMurphy and https://twitter.com/PhilMurphyNJ * Contact him on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/governorphilmurphy/ * Contact the Governor's press secretary, Dan Bryan, at Dan.Bryan@nj.gov and phone 609-575-5107 * Tweet Lt. Governor Shiela Oliver here: https://twitter.com/ltgovoliver * Email her here: lt.governor@nj.gov * Contact her at Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/LtGovOliver/about/ If you ask why to contact him-please note that he is blind and he is acting like the Muslims in NJ as well as all over US and all over the world are fighting the human race, including individuals members of the Muslims. This/his blindness can/will/are strengthening the Muslims and it will produce/create to more casualties in N.J not necessarily among the ones that deserve it.
Please think of in your wonderful weekend
In friendship

Amir

Israel

Post Jan. 15th 2019
1. Israel published/offered/proposed government bonds for sale in Europe. The demand was six times as much – $ 15 billion in demand compared to the $ 2.5 billion offered. This proves the strength of the Israeli economy and the confidence that the international bodies, banks, govs, conglomerates provide in Israel's economy .
2. If you are looking of more info about the Israeli healthy economy here it is: The average unemployment in Israel in 2018 was just 4.1%. In the last 2 years the number of Israelis that applied for unemployment payments was reduced by 39%. This is the best realization/fact of the strength of the Israeli economy.
3. Rashida Tlaib immediately declared victory for Allah after she walked up to the lectern to deliver her speech. After greeting the crowd in Arabic, Rashida Tlaib said, “Bismillah al-Rahman al-Rahim,” which means, “In the name of Allah, the merciful, the compassionate.” This very phrase begins every chapter in the Quran except one and is seen as a Muslim war cry. In fact, this is the very same phrase Bowe Bergdahl’s father said in front of the White House in 2014 after Obama traded Taliban terrorists in exchange for traitor Bergdahl…. Rashida Tlaib also invoked Mohammed, the founder of Islam, saying “Mohammed was all about justice. He was all about pushing up against all of the things that you see from slavery from what we see now, if he was here today, he would be stronger and stronger and pushing up against the kind of injustice that we see coming out of the White House.” Rashida Tlaib spoke for 7 minutes, speaking in both English and Arabic and not once did she say the word “American.” Tlaib did however, say the words “Muslim,” “Islam” and “Palestinian” several times. The only time she said “The United States” was when she trashed President Trump…. This is the Muslims and its representatives. I wonder how come that they the 1.5 Billion Muslims all over the world does not see the absurd of the Islam. This is unbelievable.
4.The following story in typical to the Islam. Many Muslims already know/agree that the Islam is not a religion of peace and understanding. Even the Muslims among themselves can't reach the simplest agreement about them. ISIS was revealing the locations Kate Middleton shops at and have threatened to poison her food. ISIS fundamentalists also made threats towards the Duchess of Cambridge’s son, Prince. Additional threats have been made towards her son Prince George and information about where she goes shopping. The messages are being taken ‘very seriously’, as reported by the Daily Star Sunday. A source told the newspaper: ‘Intelligence agents believe the threats made against Kate are not idle and are linked to messages sent by Husnain Rashid. It’s a disgusting plot as it involves Kate’s young children, and hits out at her attempt to live a normal life like any mother wants to.’ A source said: ‘Intelligence agents believe the threats made against Kate are not idle and are linked to messages sent by Husnain Rashid.’ Husnain Rashid was jailed for life with a minimum of 25 years for calling on ISIS supporters to attack Prince George. The 32-year-old used a Telegram chat group to urge supporters to target the heir to the throne. Rashid, from Lancashire, posted a photograph of the prince at his school super-imposed with silhouettes of two masked jihad fighters. During his May 2018 trial, prosecutor Annabel Darlow told the court Rashid messaged the Telegram group with a picture of the young prince, saying: ‘Even the royal family will not be left alone.’ He added: ‘School starts early.’ Rashid also posted suggestions of which British football stadiums terrorists could strike following the deadly attack outside Besiktas’s ground in Turkey.
5. Trump said: "I will destroy the Turkish economy". The Turkish money crashed 30%. This is the result of the behavior of the Turkish Islamfob, Erdogan. He is planning to invade Syrian curds land. Erdogan has the same aspirations like the Iranians. Both of them want to conquer the Middle East in order to establish an all Muslim/Islam area. They forgot that they are Muslims that most of the world dislike/hate. They, the Muslims do hate everybody who is not Muslim. This is the formula to open a world war. The reason, I repeat, is the Muslims desire to become the leader of the world. They are on the way to accomplish it if they will not be stopped.
6. TEL AVIV PORT — Hidden behind an Aboulafia bakery and a chic kitchen design store is The Spot Hostel, Tel Aviv’s latest addition to the accommodations industry, and reportedly the first capsule hostel in the country. The concept was developed in Japan — namely, extremely small rooms that offer inexpensive, basic, comfortable accommodations for guests who do not want to pay for a room in a more conventional hotel, and the hostel, which is also calling itself a pod hostel, has taken the idea and given it a Mediterranean flavor. “It’s very stylish, and it has what you need, but no more than that,” said Naama Shviki, marketing and sales manager. The 90-room hostel has an assortment of rooms, including standard hostel rooms with bunk beds and bathrooms, cozy two-person rooms, family rooms that have lofts for parents and open-up couches for kids, with small but functional kitchenettes, as well as one-person capsule rooms with a single twin bed, storage, and a shared bathroom. The joke in The Spot office is that couples who stay there either become much closer, or file for divorce, said Shviki. But while the capsule rooms are tight quarters, they are not claustrophobic, with air conditioning and windows installed near the ceiling, opening onto the hallway, for more comfortable privacy. The fittings in these narrow but contemporary rooms are what makes the difference. Many of the rooms include flat television screens on the wall, contemporary, smart tiling in the bathrooms and on the floors, and muted blues and grays for the walls. Thirty tents will also be installed on the second floor, an indoor camping area offering another inexpensive accommodation. They are not glamping tents — for glamorous camping — but offer a comfortable and inexpensive way to stay in Tel Aviv. The accommodations include 24 tents available for couples, and six with bunk beds, all with air conditioning and TVs, as well. Prices will range from $20 to $68 a night for the tents, $25 or $35 a night for the dorm rooms, depending on the size of the room, $45 for a single pod room, and $85 to $145 for the mini, gallery, and double rooms. Reservations are already filling up for the hostel, said Shviki, particularly as the weather warms. “It’s going to be a week of partying in this city,” she said. In May 2019, Tel Aviv will host Eurovision, thanks to Netta Barzilai’s 2018 win of that contest, and the Gay Pride Parade is in June. The hostel is owned by Shlomo Elia and Rami Ohana, and it is the second hostel for Ohana, in addition to the Post Hostel in Jerusalem, built above the city’s historic main post office. Ohana also owns the Eden Inn in Zichron Yaakov. Like The Post, where Shviki spent nearly two years, the emphasis at The Spot is on the additional services offered at the hostel, including spacious hangout areas, simple but complete breakfasts of shakshouka, bread, and salad that are included in the overnight price, an ample terrace that overlooks the Yarkon River running through the port area, and a comfortable lounge area. The cafe that serves breakfast will also offer simple sandwiches at lunchtime, open to the general public as well, and it will become a bar in the evening. Alternatively, guests will have access to a common kitchen on the main floor if they prefer, with room to store and prepare food. The hostel will also offer bike rentals and plan tours for guests. “It’s all about added value, and sharing and community,” said Shviki. And affordable accommodation in popular Tel Aviv — an expensive city to visit. “We say spend the money on your trip, not on your room.”
7. At a recent conference, a PA minister and two Palestinian university leaders blamed Israel for the Palestinian drug problem, saying that Israel deliberately spreads drugs among Palestinian youth to harm the young generation and "create frustration, illness, and economic and social consequences."
PA Minister of Local Authorities Hussein Al-A'araj stated that Israel deliberately lets drugs into Palestinian society to harm it. Both the president and the dean of Al-Quds University repeated this PA libel, stressing that Israel "inflicts the scourge of drugs" on Palestinian society and that Israel is using drugs to wage "a war" against young Palestinians. The Dean of Higher Education and Scientific Research even claimed that Israel has "special agencies" that "distribute the drugs and ease their transfer". At the same conference commander of the PA Police Anti-Drug Unit Abdallah Aliwi accused Israel of turning a blind eye to dealings with drugs in the West Bank. "I am referring to the occupation in this framework, as the drug dealers are doing as they please in all of the Palestinian areas under the Israeli army's nose, but there are no deterrent activities against them nor any monitoring, and they let them do as they please on these lands." The writer of an op-ed in the official PA daily stated that drugs are "the number one weapon of the enemy" and that Israel is "making every effort to protect" the cannabis growers and "provide [them] with the conditions and opportunity to grow their popular and poisonous herbal bullets." The writer, Muwaffaq Matar, also offered an explanation why drugs have now become a "weapon" for Israel: "This is because the occupiers and the colonialists are unable to kill the Palestinians with the bullets of their rifles, their shells, and the like, but the criminal farmers of death can provide this great service through 'the drug bullets'." Very interesting ideology. Instead of blaming Israel look at yourself. You Muslims bring all this troubles to you. Consider change in your education/behavior/religion.
In friendship
Amir

Israel

Post Jan. 15th 2019
1. Israel published/offered/proposed government bonds for sale in Europe. The demand was six times as much – $ 15 billion in demand compared to the $ 2.5 billion offered. This proves the strength of the Israeli economy and the confidence that the international bodies, banks, govs, conglomerates provide in Israel's economy .
2. If you are looking of more info about the Israeli healthy economy here it is: The average unemployment in Israel in 2018 was just 4.1%. In the last 2 years the number of Israelis that applied for unemployment payments was reduced by 39%. This is the best realization/fact of the strength of the Israeli economy.
3. Rashida Tlaib immediately declared victory for Allah after she walked up to the lectern to deliver her speech. After greeting the crowd in Arabic, Rashida Tlaib said, “Bismillah al-Rahman al-Rahim,” which means, “In the name of Allah, the merciful, the compassionate.” This very phrase begins every chapter in the Quran except one and is seen as a Muslim war cry. In fact, this is the very same phrase Bowe Bergdahl’s father said in front of the White House in 2014 after Obama traded Taliban terrorists in exchange for traitor Bergdahl…. Rashida Tlaib also invoked Mohammed, the founder of Islam, saying “Mohammed was all about justice. He was all about pushing up against all of the things that you see from slavery from what we see now, if he was here today, he would be stronger and stronger and pushing up against the kind of injustice that we see coming out of the White House.” Rashida Tlaib spoke for 7 minutes, speaking in both English and Arabic and not once did she say the word “American.” Tlaib did however, say the words “Muslim,” “Islam” and “Palestinian” several times. The only time she said “The United States” was when she trashed President Trump…. This is the Muslims and its representatives. I wonder how come that they the 1.5 Billion Muslims all over the world does not see the absurd of the Islam. This is unbelievable.
4.The following story in typical to the Islam. Many Muslims already know/agree that the Islam is not a religion of peace and understanding. Even the Muslims among themselves can't reach the simplest agreement about them. ISIS was revealing the locations Kate Middleton shops at and have threatened to poison her food. ISIS fundamentalists also made threats towards the Duchess of Cambridge’s son, Prince. Additional threats have been made towards her son Prince George and information about where she goes shopping. The messages are being taken ‘very seriously’, as reported by the Daily Star Sunday. A source told the newspaper: ‘Intelligence agents believe the threats made against Kate are not idle and are linked to messages sent by Husnain Rashid. It’s a disgusting plot as it involves Kate’s young children, and hits out at her attempt to live a normal life like any mother wants to.’ A source said: ‘Intelligence agents believe the threats made against Kate are not idle and are linked to messages sent by Husnain Rashid.’ Husnain Rashid was jailed for life with a minimum of 25 years for calling on ISIS supporters to attack Prince George. The 32-year-old used a Telegram chat group to urge supporters to target the heir to the throne. Rashid, from Lancashire, posted a photograph of the prince at his school super-imposed with silhouettes of two masked jihad fighters. During his May 2018 trial, prosecutor Annabel Darlow told the court Rashid messaged the Telegram group with a picture of the young prince, saying: ‘Even the royal family will not be left alone.’ He added: ‘School starts early.’ Rashid also posted suggestions of which British football stadiums terrorists could strike following the deadly attack outside Besiktas’s ground in Turkey.
5. Trump said: "I will destroy the Turkish economy". The Turkish money crashed 30%. This is the result of the behavior of the Turkish Islamfob, Erdogan. He is planning to invade Syrian curds land. Erdogan has the same aspirations like the Iranians. Both of them want to conquer the Middle East in order to establish an all Muslim/Islam area. They forgot that they are Muslims that most of the world dislike/hate. They, the Muslims do hate everybody who is not Muslim. This is the formula to open a world war. The reason, I repeat, is the Muslims desire to become the leader of the world. They are on the way to accomplish it if they will not be stopped.
6. TEL AVIV PORT — Hidden behind an Aboulafia bakery and a chic kitchen design store is The Spot Hostel, Tel Aviv’s latest addition to the accommodations industry, and reportedly the first capsule hostel in the country. The concept was developed in Japan — namely, extremely small rooms that offer inexpensive, basic, comfortable accommodations for guests who do not want to pay for a room in a more conventional hotel, and the hostel, which is also calling itself a pod hostel, has taken the idea and given it a Mediterranean flavor. “It’s very stylish, and it has what you need, but no more than that,” said Naama Shviki, marketing and sales manager. The 90-room hostel has an assortment of rooms, including standard hostel rooms with bunk beds and bathrooms, cozy two-person rooms, family rooms that have lofts for parents and open-up couches for kids, with small but functional kitchenettes, as well as one-person capsule rooms with a single twin bed, storage, and a shared bathroom. The joke in The Spot office is that couples who stay there either become much closer, or file for divorce, said Shviki. But while the capsule rooms are tight quarters, they are not claustrophobic, with air conditioning and windows installed near the ceiling, opening onto the hallway, for more comfortable privacy. The fittings in these narrow but contemporary rooms are what makes the difference. Many of the rooms include flat television screens on the wall, contemporary, smart tiling in the bathrooms and on the floors, and muted blues and grays for the walls. Thirty tents will also be installed on the second floor, an indoor camping area offering another inexpensive accommodation. They are not glamping tents — for glamorous camping — but offer a comfortable and inexpensive way to stay in Tel Aviv. The accommodations include 24 tents available for couples, and six with bunk beds, all with air conditioning and TVs, as well. Prices will range from $20 to $68 a night for the tents, $25 or $35 a night for the dorm rooms, depending on the size of the room, $45 for a single pod room, and $85 to $145 for the mini, gallery, and double rooms. Reservations are already filling up for the hostel, said Shviki, particularly as the weather warms. “It’s going to be a week of partying in this city,” she said. In May 2019, Tel Aviv will host Eurovision, thanks to Netta Barzilai’s 2018 win of that contest, and the Gay Pride Parade is in June. The hostel is owned by Shlomo Elia and Rami Ohana, and it is the second hostel for Ohana, in addition to the Post Hostel in Jerusalem, built above the city’s historic main post office. Ohana also owns the Eden Inn in Zichron Yaakov. Like The Post, where Shviki spent nearly two years, the emphasis at The Spot is on the additional services offered at the hostel, including spacious hangout areas, simple but complete breakfasts of shakshouka, bread, and salad that are included in the overnight price, an ample terrace that overlooks the Yarkon River running through the port area, and a comfortable lounge area. The cafe that serves breakfast will also offer simple sandwiches at lunchtime, open to the general public as well, and it will become a bar in the evening. Alternatively, guests will have access to a common kitchen on the main floor if they prefer, with room to store and prepare food. The hostel will also offer bike rentals and plan tours for guests. “It’s all about added value, and sharing and community,” said Shviki. And affordable accommodation in popular Tel Aviv — an expensive city to visit. “We say spend the money on your trip, not on your room.”
7. At a recent conference, a PA minister and two Palestinian university leaders blamed Israel for the Palestinian drug problem, saying that Israel deliberately spreads drugs among Palestinian youth to harm the young generation and "create frustration, illness, and economic and social consequences."
PA Minister of Local Authorities Hussein Al-A'araj stated that Israel deliberately lets drugs into Palestinian society to harm it. Both the president and the dean of Al-Quds University repeated this PA libel, stressing that Israel "inflicts the scourge of drugs" on Palestinian society and that Israel is using drugs to wage "a war" against young Palestinians. The Dean of Higher Education and Scientific Research even claimed that Israel has "special agencies" that "distribute the drugs and ease their transfer". At the same conference commander of the PA Police Anti-Drug Unit Abdallah Aliwi accused Israel of turning a blind eye to dealings with drugs in the West Bank. "I am referring to the occupation in this framework, as the drug dealers are doing as they please in all of the Palestinian areas under the Israeli army's nose, but there are no deterrent activities against them nor any monitoring, and they let them do as they please on these lands." The writer of an op-ed in the official PA daily stated that drugs are "the number one weapon of the enemy" and that Israel is "making every effort to protect" the cannabis growers and "provide [them] with the conditions and opportunity to grow their popular and poisonous herbal bullets." The writer, Muwaffaq Matar, also offered an explanation why drugs have now become a "weapon" for Israel: "This is because the occupiers and the colonialists are unable to kill the Palestinians with the bullets of their rifles, their shells, and the like, but the criminal farmers of death can provide this great service through 'the drug bullets'." Very interesting ideology. Instead of blaming Israel look at yourself. You Muslims bring all this troubles to you. Consider change in your education/behavior/religion.
In friendship
Amir