University professor. Blogger. Social activist. Lived in the United States, Britain, and Germany but Israel is home. Interests include writing, animal rescue, social justice and equality, hiking and camping. You can read my thoughts on my <a href=”http://olehgirl.com”>english blog</a> and I also started the <a href=”http://gnblog.com”>Good Neighbors</a> blog, a communal effort designed to increase dialogue and understanding between all of the neighboring countries in the Middle East
Latest posts by Yaeli
Food, whether it be descriptions of a favourite nosh (snack) or something you'd really prefer to never pass by your palette again, places to consume or acquire particular food items, preparations of said items, and what was occurring while food was being eaten, prepared, or just thought about provide frequent food for blogging content within the Israeli blogosphere, writes Yaeli.
From the left and right, Israeli bloggers Yaeli and David Bogner (aka Treppenwitz) provide us with a common ground to look into their country's blogosphere as they summarise for us what bloggers have to say about the newly-released Winograd report on how Israeli Prime Minister and Defense Minister handled the Second Lebanon War. Follow the arrows to embark on this fascinating journey.