The Cabinet today [Apr. 24], unanimously decided that Israel will not negotiate with a Palestinian government backed by Hamas, a terrorist organization that calls for Israel's destruction.
The last of the IDF's “Ram” tanks, or “Patton” as originally named by its makers in the US, were decommissioned Tuesday [Apr. 22] in an emotional military ceremony at the Armored Corps Memorial Site and Museum at Latrun.
When Cindy Flash wanted to make Eggs Benedict a few days ago, she turned to a new cooking app developed in Israel, called Look & Cook. “It’s a great idea—you set up your tablet in the kitchen and you can see all the ingredients laid out and get step by step instructions,” Flash, who lives in a kibbutz just a few miles from Israel’s border with the Gaza Strip told The Media Line. “I read about the app, downloaded it, and the Eggs Benedict turned out wonderfully.”
When one examines the articles of the reconciliation agreement between Hamas and Fatah, one can quickly understand that this is an old soup that has been reheated. The agreement the two sides signed was to implement previous agreements on internal Palestinian unity.
Sometimes there are not just good guys and bad guys—there are bad guys and worse guys as well. That’s apparently the perspective the US is taking after they decided to send Egypt 10 Apache attack helicopters to help the Egyptian counterterrorism effort in the Sinai region that borders Israel.
Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz is, at the age of 27, the youngest foreign minister in the world. Yesterday [Apr. 22] he met with Israel's President Shimon Peres who, at 90 years old, is currently the oldest head of state in the world. President Peres was in Austria last month on an official visit when he met with Kurz for the first time.