Stories about Israel from August, 2007
Aussie Dave from Israel discusses the difference between Jewish and Arab refugees in this post.
Smooth Stone from Israel links to a story about how Aids patients are buried alive in Papa New Guinea.
If you are on the Internet, Big Brother is watching you, warns Batya from Israel.
Charles Levinson, who lives in Jerusalem, compiles a list of all the items banned on flights from Jordan's Queen Alia's Airport.
“Brangelina” may touch down on Israeli soil this October, reports Stephanie from Israel.
“The United Nations is doing its best to endanger Israel by sending a team to change the border with Lebanon,” writes Batya, from Israel.
Lisa Goldman publishes an email she received from a reader about her trip to Lebanon, on the anniversary of the Second Lebanon War with Israel, here.
The Cutter, who is based in Italy, discusses the situation of Sudanese refugees in Israel – from another perspective – in this post.
“Two Syrian journalists have been arrested by Israeli Occupation Forces. Ata Farahat and Yousef Shams – correspondents for Al Watan – have been detained on unknown charges. They are Syrians,...
Lebanese pop star Nancy Ajram was ‘terrorised’ by an Israeli journalist in Jordan, notes Naseem Tarawnah.
Danya Ruttenberg, from Israel, introduces us to a new blogger on the block – Rabbi Alan Abrams.
From Israel, blogger Yaeli updates us on the problems she is encountering changing apartments and how she has to fit that into a busy schedule, which includes rescuing cats.
From Israel, Aussie Dave writes about he terms as another example of bias in mainstream media in this post.
Issandr El Amrani takes a different look at Palestinian child beggars in Israel.
Ouriel Ohayon wonders why Hebrew Israeli blogs “are not working well or not working at all with Firefox.”
Hezbollah has come out with a video game (Fr) about the Lebanese resistance called “Special Force 2: Tale of the Truthful Pledge,” Tunisien Doctor announces. Players go head to head...
Liza from Israelity commends journalist and blogger Lisa Goldman for her coverage, marking the first anniversary of the Second Lebanon War.