Daily Archives: January 28, 2022

Court forbids teachers’ strike after Israel nixes kids’ COVID quarantine

By | 2022-01-28T17:58:06+00:00 January 28th, 2022|Israel|

About 24,000 Israeli teachers have confirmed cases of COVID, and others are in quarantine with their young children who are also infected with the virus

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Finnish diplomats targeted with Israeli NSO’s Pegasus spyware, FM says

By | 2022-01-28T17:39:59+00:00 January 28th, 2022|Israel|

Earlier, the NYT reported that Netanyahu used NSO's spyware as a central pillar of Israel's diplomatic policy in recent years, confirming past reporting by Haaretz

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Sex crime cases can’t be closed without informing victim, Israel’s state prosecutor says

By | 2022-01-28T16:44:39+00:00 January 28th, 2022|Israel|

In newly issued instructions, Israel's state prosecutor details how to treat sex crime victims during criminal proceedings, including mandating lawyers to speak to complainants before closing cases

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These dissidents thought they had escaped. Then China’s long arm grabbed them

By | 2022-01-28T14:20:24+00:00 January 28th, 2022|World|

Xi Jinping’s regime is forcibly bringing back Chinese citizens suspected of corruption who've fled the country. This practice, which includes kidnapping, targets anyone seen as a threat, says a new human rights group report

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African Union to vote on revoking Israel’s newly restored observer status

By | 2022-01-28T13:49:17+00:00 January 28th, 2022|Israel|

Getting the vote on the table was described as a 'success' by Algeria, which has spearheaded the campaign ■ Major players like Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa back it, but still no clear majority

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Labeled a traitor, she fled Israel. Now she wants to deconstruct Zionism

By | 2022-01-28T12:24:45+00:00 January 28th, 2022|Entertainment|

Cabinet ministers accused her of treason and she routinely received threats on her life. Yuli Novak, who headed the anti-occupation group Breaking the Silence, felt that her only recourse was to flee. After a long journey far from Israel, she concluded...

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NSO played key role in Israel’s Gulf diplomacy, NYT finds, confirming Haaretz reports

By | 2022-01-28T12:15:10+00:00 January 28th, 2022|Middle East|

An investigation by the New York Times reveals NSO offered new spyware called Phantom to the FBI in 2019 ■ Saudi Arabia's MBS was reauthorized to use Pegasus only after a personal phone call with Netanyahu

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China ‘is the future,’ and langauge school in Iraqi Kurdistan may be proof

By | 2022-01-28T12:06:00+00:00 January 28th, 2022|Middle East|

'They need our oil, and we need to find a market to sell our oil. The road goes two ways'

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