Daily Archives: November 4, 2020

Not just Biden vs. Trump: The left everywhere still hasn’t found a way to confront right-wing populism

By | 2020-11-04T23:55:44+00:00 November 4th, 2020|Israel|

The center-left still finds it difficult to accept that a political camp with a willingness to appeal to voters’ base instincts starts any election campaign with an advantage

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The red map proves it: Trump and Netanyahu may go, but the erosion of democracy is here to stay

By | 2020-11-04T23:51:30+00:00 November 4th, 2020|Israel|

Election results show that in the U.S., as in Israel, the threat to liberal democracy is much greater than the influence of any particular leader

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Former top treasury official sees a light at the end of the COVID tunnel for Israel

By | 2020-11-04T23:07:59+00:00 November 4th, 2020|Israel|

In interview, Rony Hizkiyahu points to economy’s underlying strengths, warns against politicians' lack of responsibility

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Egypt opens Gaza border crossing for first time since September

By | 2020-11-04T22:43:50+00:00 November 4th, 2020|Middle East|

The Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip has been of particular concern for the spread of the coronavirus due to its high population density.

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IDF recognizes 18 years of South Lebanon occupation as military campaign

By | 2020-11-04T21:35:13+00:00 November 4th, 2020|Israel|

Aviv Kochavi noted that this is an important step that expresses a deep appreciation for the service of many who protected the northern border of Israel and its citizens.

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Watching the election from Israel, Democrats and Republicans can at least agree on one thing

By | 2020-11-04T20:34:18+00:00 November 4th, 2020|Israel|

As American Israelis gather to see whether Trump or Biden will be their next president, both sides feel like they’re living in completely different realities to their political rivals

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How did schools become the Israeli economy’s coronavirus babysitter?

By | 2020-11-04T19:56:49+00:00 November 4th, 2020|Uncategorized|

At least the ultra-Orthodox understand the value of keeping schools open for the sake of the children, not just to let parents return to work

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