Living under Zionist Israel

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    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    Iran blames Israel when Ayatollah farts in the elevator, so that's no surprise. But when is Israel going to let UN inspect its own nuclear sites?
    "when is Israel going to let UN inspect its own nuclear sites?" - My guess, never. Israel is not signatory NPT and as such is not obligated to accommodate inspections or any other scrutiny.
     
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    "when is Israel going to let UN inspect its own nuclear sites?" - My guess, never. Israel is not signatory NPT and as such is not obligated to accommodate inspections or any other scrutiny.
    Yet, the cypocrites in Israel feel like they can criticize other countries for not complying with the treaty that Israel itself has not signed.
     
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    Yet, the hypocrites in Israel feel like they can criticize other countries for not complying with the treaty that Israel itself has not signed.
    Nonsense, Iran wanted money and preferential treatment and she got it for becoming member of NPT.

    Israel decided she'd rather stay free.

    Here is whole gist of "hypocrisy".
     
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    A young man left London to join Israel's army because he wanted to defend the Jewish people but now believes the treatment of Palestinians is morally wrong


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    An Israeli soldier kicks a Palestinian flag in the Israeli-occupied West Bank on January 29. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman
     
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    Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption trial resumes amid protests over Israel's handling of coronavirus
    The trial will resume in earnest in January with witnesses being heard three times a week, the court decided Sunday.
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    A protestor holds up his fists as Israeli police spray the crowd with a water cannon during a rally against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Saturday evening. Ahmad Gharabli / AFP - Getty Images


    July 19, 2020, 7:07 AM PDT
    By Paul Goldman and Isobel van Hagen
    TEL AVIV — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s corruption trial resumed on Sunday after a break of more than a month, as mounting protests continued over his handling of Israel’s coronavirus crisis.
    The trial will officially resume in January with witnesses being heard three times a week, the court decided Sunday.

    Lawyers for the Israeli leader asked for a six-month postponement to prepare their strategy. They suggested it would be difficult to gauge the truthfulness of witnesses wearing masks — currently compulsory in Israel.
    Netanyahu, 70, was not required to attend Sunday's session in Jerusalem District Court, where he appeared on May 24 at the opening of the trial.
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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wears a face mask during a meeting with U.S. special representative for Iran at the prime minister's office in Jerusalem in June.Abir Sultan / AFP - Getty Images
    The first serving Israeli prime minister to go on trial, Netanyahu was indicted in November and has been charged with one count of bribery and three counts of fraud and breach of trust in three long-running corruption cases.
    He denies any wrongdoing and says he is the victim of a politically orchestrated "witch hunt."
    If convicted, Netanyahu could face up to 10 years in prison for bribery and a maximum three-year term for each count of fraud and breach of trust. However, legal experts have suggested it is unlikely he would be handed maximum sentences even if found guilty.
    The trial resumed after another night of protests in Israeli cities as public anger mounted about high unemployment and frustration at the government's response to the pandemic.

    Police used water cannons to disperse hundreds of demonstrators around Netanyahu’s Jerusalem residence on Saturday night.
    In Tel Aviv, Israel’s commercial hub, thousands gathered to demand better state aid to businesses hurt in the pandemic. Hundreds of police were stationed at both demonstrations as protests from the previous weekend had turned violent.



    Thousands rally against Israeli government handling of coronavirus in Tel Aviv
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    At a protest on Saturday in the city's Charles Clore Park, police in riot gear stormed the rally, removing hundreds of protesters by truck, according to a police spokesman.
    After coronavirus cases soared in recent weeks, Israel reimposed sweeping restrictions Friday. It had largely contained its outbreak by late May, but the government said Friday that gyms and exercise studios will be shuttered to the public and stores, beauty salons, museums and tourist attractions would close on the weekends.
    The restrictions have battered the economy and sent unemployment skyrocketing to more than 20 percent, up from 3.9 percent before the outbreak, according to the Associated Press. With a population of around 8.6 million, Israel has reported nearly 50,000 virus cases since the start of the pandemic with more than 400 deaths as of Sunday. There are currently around 28,000 active patients.
    Netanyahu addressed his cabinet on Sunday about a billion-dollar framework to approve grants for citizens of Israel in order to spur the economy, according to a government adviser.
     
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    Israelis arrested throughout the UK for possession of khat plant
    Khat is legal in Israel, but illegal abroad, leading to a massive wave of arrests abroad for Israelis coming to the country with khat on their persons.
    By TAMAR BEERI
    JULY 26, 2020 10:22

    Ali Abdi, 14, and his friend Abdulahi Yaroow, 13, chew khat in Mogadishu August 10, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed the flower of paradise by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys (photo credit: REUTERS/FEISAL OMAR)

    Ali Abdi, 14, and his friend Abdulahi Yaroow, 13, chew khat in Mogadishu August 10, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys


    The number of Israelis arrested in recent days for possession of the khat plant, a stimulant common in Israel and throughout the Middle East, has risen substantially, according to the Foreign Ministry.

    The ministry sent a message of clarification stating that khat is considered illegal in the UK, despite being legal when consumed in its natural form in Israel, and that anyone caught with the illegal substance may therefore be subject to imprisonment.
     
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    Israel Coronavirus Cases Top 60,000 as Infections Jump

    By Reuters, Wire Service Content July 25, 2020,

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    FILE PHOTO: People wear protective masks as they walk around central Jerusalem amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), July 7, 2020. REUTERS/ Ammar

    JERUSALEM (REUTERS) - The number of people to test positive for coronavirus in Israel topped 60,000 on Saturday as the government struggles to contain a resurgence in infection rates.
    The latest daily tally showed 1,770 new infections, bringing the total number of cases to 60,496, the country's health ministry reported.

    Israel registers record 2,032 new coronavirus infections on Wednesday
     
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    "A Hezbollah terrorist cell attempted to infiltrate into Israel from Lebanon and was engaged by the IDF in the area of Har Dov."
    "... The terrorist cell was eliminated."
     
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