Daily Archives: March 2, 2019

Women’s rights campaign to feature on Jerusalem buses

By | 2019-03-02T23:21:26+00:00 March 2nd, 2019|Israel|

Multiple women's organizations will collaborate with the campaign, including the Israel Women's Network, the WIZO movement, the Na'amat movement, the Kolech organization, and the Emunah Association.

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Texas blacklists Airbnb over West Bank settlement boycott

By | 2019-03-02T22:54:08+00:00 March 2nd, 2019|Israel|

On Friday the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar publicly updated the list of businesses on the state’s “List of Companies that Boycott Israel” to include Airbnb.

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Ten ISIS militants executed by rival jihadists in northern Syria

By | 2019-03-02T21:18:37+00:00 March 2nd, 2019|Middle East|

Executions were in response to an Islamic State suicide bomb attack at a restaurant in Idlib a day earlier, according to media outlet associated with Tahrir al-Sham

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The Israeli soldiers who beat a blind Palestinian man are beastly

By | 2019-03-02T20:51:38+00:00 March 2nd, 2019|Middle East|

It was beastly human beings who stormed into the home of Mizhar Munzer and his wife Iman, who covered up the gravity of the incident, who did not punish anyone and who remained indifferent to this abuse

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Jumping U.S. hurdles, Sudan’s gum arabic exporters go on with business as usual

By | 2019-03-02T19:40:40+00:00 March 2nd, 2019|World|

Despite the essential soft drink ingredients' exemption from sanctions, exporters have had to work around separate U.S. sanctions imposed on Sudanese banks

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As prices soar, Erdogan woos voters with vegetables at cut prices

By | 2019-03-02T19:10:49+00:00 March 2nd, 2019|Middle East|

Turkey's president faces local elections on March 31, when runaway prices and an economic downturn could cost his ruling party key municipal seats

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