Daily Archives: September 19, 2020

Head of Public Health Services: Protesters are harming the nation

By | 2020-09-19T22:47:44+00:00 September 19th, 2020|Israel|

Referring to the protest of nearly 200 people at Tel Aviv's Frishman Beach on Saturday afternoon, Dr. Sharon Elrai-Price voiced strong concern – and criticism.

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Restaurateurs in Israel smash plates to protest coronavirus lockdown

By | 2020-09-19T22:42:10+00:00 September 19th, 2020|Israel|

The coordinated protest took place in multiple cities, with owners in Bat Yam, Tel Aviv and Haifa seen smashing plates.

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Woman attacked by husband regains consciousness, shares new details

By | 2020-09-19T22:34:21+00:00 September 19th, 2020|Israel|

"She called me a few minutes before it all happened and screamed - 'I can't take this any longer, I'm leaving! He's hitting me, he won't let me leave, help!'"

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Biggest Thai protest in years targets government and monarchy

By | 2020-09-19T17:43:50+00:00 September 19th, 2020|World|

Reuters reporters estimated there were at least 30,000 people in the latest demonstration. Organisers said there were more than 50,000, while police said there were 18,000.

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Rape, ethnic cleansing and looting: UN reveals Turkey’s crimes in Syria

By | 2020-09-19T17:07:13+00:00 September 19th, 2020|Middle East|

The abuses have been directed against women and children, and primarily target minorities such as Yazidis, Kurds and Christians.

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Iran media reveals 70% may oppose compulsory hijab laws

By | 2020-09-19T16:52:16+00:00 September 19th, 2020|Israel|

Iran’s regime polices women’s bodies and has been seen beating and harassing women who do not dress “modestly” enough for the male-dominated theocratic patriarchy that runs the country.

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Why Ruth Bader Ginsburg had an intimate, yet ambivalent, relationship with Judaism and Israel

By | 2020-09-19T15:16:08+00:00 September 19th, 2020|Israel|

The late justice took pride in and drew strength from her Jewish heritage, but as a young woman her growing feminist awareness led her to make a decision about religious observance

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