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Israel’s diplomatic spring

Israel’s diplomatic spring Categories: Africa, Egypt, Israel, Turkey     Author: Amotz Asa-El

Israel, in short, had always had at any given time at least two friends within the Turkish-Iranian-Egyptian triangle. In 2012, however, all three were at odds with the Jewish state. Four years on, the tables have turned.

Back into Africa

Back into Africa Categories: Africa, Israel     Author: Aaron Torop

In February Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu announced, "Israel is coming back to Africa." In July, he followed through on this commitment by visiting Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Rwanda... Interestingly, each country Netanyahu visited has a unique connection with Israel: Uganda and Ethiopi

Bibi's travels

Bibi's travels Categories: Africa, Israel, Russia, Syria, Updates    

Today's Update looks at Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's historic trip to Africa, which is about to conclude. Whilst there, he visited, and met with the leaders of, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia and Rwanda. His first stop was Uganda, where he commemorated the famous 1976 Israeli rescue of the h

Editorial: The Isolation Myth Categories: Africa, Anti-Zionism, China, Europe, Israel, Middle East     Author: Colin Rubenstein

Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaigners and their supporters like to claim that Israel is becoming increasingly isolated internationally. Israel's supporters also sometimes express concern that the relentless campaign of misinformation and false blame may be having a detrimental effect o

Scribblings: Proportionality Again

Scribblings: Proportionality Again Categories: Africa, Iraq, Israel, Palestinians     Author: Tzvi Fleischer

In Nigeria, on July 19, the Boko Haram terror group reportedly took the town of Damboa, gunned down everyone they saw and burned most of the town to the ground. At least 100 people were killed - but the death toll may actually be considerably higher. Know about that one? Further, more than 15,000 p

Out of Africa

Out of Africa Categories: Africa, Immigration/ Multiculturalism, Israel     Author: Yehonathan Tommer

Compared to the revolutionary upheavals in the Arab states, the Jewish state is a haven of political stability, domestic quiet and economic prosperity. And while it involves a hazardous, overland desert journey fraught with Bedouin marauders and human traffickers, Israel's largely unfenced Negev bor

Joseph Kony's Sudanese connection

Joseph Kony's Sudanese connection Categories: Africa, Sudan, Updates     Author: Daniel Meyerowitz-Katz

Stop Kony 2012, a video by US-based NGO 'Invisible Children', has become a viral sensation overnight and has seemingly coopted thousands if not millions to the cause of hunting-down Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony. While the organisation behind the video is questionable, there is no doubt that

UN Resumes Aid to Somalia as Terrorists Vanish

UN Resumes Aid to Somalia as Terrorists Vanish Categories: Africa, Somalia, Updates     Author: Daniel Meyerowitz-Katz

It is not often that "ignore the problem and hope it goes away" is a particularly effective strategy in international affairs. Amazingly, however, the international community seems to have successfully employed this tactic in Somalia to drive the terrorist group al-Shabab from the capital Moghadishu

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