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· February, 2009

Stories about Israel from February, 2009

28 February 2009

Israel: Battling Cancer

26 February 2009

Arab Bloggers Rally Against the Judaization of Jerusalem

As Israeli authorities evict Arab residents and demolish their houses in Jerusalem, Arab bloggers are set on not letting this pass unnoticed. Another blogger calls for designating a week to...

Syria: Violation of Terms of Service

23 February 2009

Palestine: Attacks On Gaza Continue

Despite the announcement of unilateral ceasefires by both Israel and Hamas, attacks by the Israeli military on Gaza continue while Palestinian factions have been launching rockets into Israel. In this...

Israel: Election Shehanigans

Israel: Dubai Denies Shahar Visa

18 February 2009

lsrael: Spiderman Stops Traffic

Canada: Rally Threatens Jewish Students at York University

Israel: Exhibit Features Intimate View of Ultra-Orthodox Jews

Egypt: Bloggers Take on the “Sons of Zion”

The bombs on Gaza may have stopped falling, but a fierce cyber battle continues, with bloggers on both sides of the fence mobilising their troops to 'obliterate' the presence of...

17 February 2009

MENA: Is the BBC Impartial in its Refusal to Air the Gaza Appeal?

Long respected as a beacon of free speech, bloggers across the Arab world and beyond have been left questioning BBC's integrity after its refusal to air an appeal for the...

Israel: A Royal Link?

Jordan: Cook for Peace

Japan: Jerusalem Prize to writer Haruki Murakami

Russia: Yandex, Anonymity, “Oligarchs”

12 February 2009

Israel: “Strange” and “Complicated” Elections

Two former Prime Ministers, Benjamin Netanyahu and Ehud Barak, and Foreign Affairs Minister and Acting Prime Minister Tzipi Livni ran a tight race to win the votes of Israelis. The...