For the past year or two, missiles have come raining down on southern Israel every few months. Somehow, as the pundits endlessly talked it out on different evening news programs, this became an acceptable situation, as unavoidable as bad weather.
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When I was growing up in California, I had a terrible fear of being caught in the shower when an earthquake hit. What would I do, stressed my pre-teen self; would I run out into the street stark naked in order to save myself?
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“I have to be honest: I didn’t know a lot of about Israel the first time I came here,” says Pascaline in the second five-minute episode of Onliners, entitled “Israel?! Seriously?” She candidly reveals that her first trip was simply …
Meet Pascaline Wagemans from Belgium, Simon Baaske from Austria and Danielle Gershon from the United States. All of them are studying at Israeli universities this year. Why did they decide to attend college in Israel and what do they think …
Tel Aviv is the talk of the blogosphere this week, following CBS reporter Bob Simon’s declaration that the White City is “the” place to be. The segment on 60 Minutes fielded thousands of “likes” – and numerous criticisms – for …
It’s 1997, and Men In Black‘s Tommy Lee Jones tells Will Smith: “Don’t touch the red button.” Which, of course he does, because who can really resist a red button? Fast forward to 2012, and Belgian ad agency Duval Guillaume …