From Other Angles — Good News
Israel a role model for disaster medicine, says Red Cross chief surgeon
‘Israelis have the knowledge and experience’ to excel in emergencies More
A year after quake, Israelis still helping Nepal recover
Israeli NGOs were among the first to arrive after the disaster and are among the last to leave, running a variety of programs in stricken areas. More
Beer Sheva - From a biblical town to a modern city
Beer Sheva, the capital of the Negev desert, successfully evolved from a biblical town to a modern city full of life. Ben Gurion University of the Negev, a leading cyber-technology park, interesting museums and a vibrant night life all contribute to the economic and cultural boom of the city.
What Israel is giving me: The voice of an Arab doctor
Why do hikers in Israel keep stumbling upon ancient relics?
In Israel, you don’t have to be Indiana Jones to make exceptional archaeological finds. Some of the most exciting recent discoveries were made by accident.
Israeli doctors, spies rally to save 5-year-old Syrian girl
When search for a bone marrow donor led to a relative living in 'an enemy state,' Israel's security services stepped in
THE ISRAEL THAT ARABS DON'T KNOW
When the Israeli Ministry of Exterior invited me to visit Israel as part of a delegation of European-based Arab journalists and media representatives, I accepted without hesitation.
Israel's Christian Minority
Christians in Israel, as well as all other minorities, understand today that serving in the Israeli military is essential. ..... More
Water streams in Israel's Upper-Galilee
High peaks, rivers and streams, breathtaking landscapes and evergreen forests make the Upper Galilee particularly attractive to hikers. No wonder it has been nicknamed The Israeli Tuscany.
Belgians turn to Israeli tech to mark themselves ‘safe’
Facebook's Israeli-made Safety Check helps people let others know they're fine following fatal explosions in Brussels...... More
Secret operation rescues last group of Yemen Jews
Israel completed a secret operation to rescue some of Yemen's last remaining Jews.
Heart patients — and hospitals - breathe easier with Israeli sleep tech
Hospitals facing Obamacare penalties for high readmission rates should heed the results of a new study, says EarlySense... More
Israel's Jewish Agency Sends Volunteers to Help Distressed Communities Around the Globe
Imbued with Jewish values of charity and hope for a better world, young Jewish students are arriving at communities in distress around the globe to give them the tools to help themselves in the future..... More
Israel Ranked 11th Happiest Country in the World
Israel was the 11th-happiest country in the world in 2015, according to the annual World Happiness Report. .... More
WATCH: A Muslim Woman Who Loves Her Country – Israel!
There are many Arab-Israeli citizens who love living and working in the State of Israel. Watch an inspiring, young Muslim share her love for her country – Israel! Watch
Daily vitamin drink could slow progression of Alzheimer's
Israel is one of 19 partners in breakthrough clinical trial showing nutritional cocktail may improve memory and reduce brain shrinkage. .... More
Israel in Fiji
March 17, 2016 by J-Wire Staff
A team from the IsraAID is currently in cyclone-devasted Fiji on a special project to rebuild the village of Vuma on the island of Ovalau..... More
Arab boy achieves dream of meeting with Netanyahu
By Daniel Siryoti. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu invites Ali Salati, 13, of Nazareth, to a meeting in Jerusalem. Ali asks Netanyahu to do everything possible to bring peace to the region. .... More
OPINION: There's only one country in the Middle East that could produce a soldier like me
By Major Alaa Waheeb, highest ranked Muslim officer in the Israel Defence Forces ... More
Bill Gates: Israeli tech 'changing the world'
In video call to Microsoft Israel’s annual big bash, co-founder says he's 'very impressed’ with Israel's R&D... More
Jerusalem Exciting Archaeological Discoveries
The Israeli who goes undercover to save Syrian lives
Israeli volunteers are passing critical humanitarian supplies to Syrian NGOs in a dangerous cross-border operation that helps hundreds of thousands of desperate Syrians.
Dead Sea Scrolls project will use latest tech to solve ‘ultimate jigsaw’
Ambitious collaboration aims to make sense of 20,000 fragments of 2,000-year-old texts that have baffled researchers for decades
ISRAELI BOY ON HIKE DISCOVERS 3,400 YEAR OLD CANAANITE FIGURINE
Hike Discovers 3,400-Year-Old The Land of Israel constantly reveals hidden treasures, testifying to its rich history. This time, a boy on a hike discovered an ancient and rare clay figurine from the Canaanite era.
Budget travelers get a warm welcome at Israel's newest hostels
Inviting prices and accommodations are on offer at five different locations in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa... More
NASA astronauts arrive for Israeli Space Week
(Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS.org) The annual Israeli Space Week honoring Israel's first astronaut, the late Col. Ilan Ramon, kicked off on Sunday with much fanfare.... More
Israeli NGO treats bodies and souls of refugees in Serbia
Doctors and social workers from Natan International Humanitarian Aid run a clinic at a registration camp and also tend to psychological wounds.... More
First glimpse of Israel's Impact UAV
first details and an image of the Impact unmanned air vehicle being developed by new Israeli company Meteor Aerospace.... More
IsraAID expands its women empowerment HoneyAID program in Nepal
21 Jan 2016
In Chature village near Kathmandu, 64 women learned how to become beekeepers, forming a cooperative to sell honey to local stores and tourists in Nepal.
Israeli researchers develop ATLAS bird tracking device
Where do barn owls hunt their prey? How often do white storks cheat on their partners? Israeli researchers may get the answers with a tracking device suitable for small birds. ... More
Campaign got Israelis to stop picking flowers in order to preserve them
Wildflower season is beginning in Israel — and that’s thanks to one of the country's most successful public campaigns...... More
Israeli Auschwitz survivor Yisrael Kristal is now world's oldest man at 112
In 1903, Kristal was born to a religiously observant Jewish family in a region that is today part of Poland. ..... More
Jerusalem's Mahne Yehuda Market Combines Rich History & Gourmet Food
Thursdays and Fridays are the busiest days in Mahane Yehuda, Jerusalem's most popular marketplace. ..... More at UTube
Mobile cancer screening device could save women's lives
On World Cancer Day, Kenyan nurses are using an Israeli device from MobileODT to screen hundreds of women for cervical cancer...... More
Israeli-Arab Rescue Unit: 'Our Goal? Saving Human Lives'
With all the hatred in the Middle East, we found a hopeful story of Israeli Arabs training with Israelis to save lives...... More
A Magical Night of Opera in Jerusalem
Right under the walls of Jerusalem's old city, opera lovers had a chance to experience an evening of musical joy at the premiere of 'The Elixir of Love' opera...... More at UTube
Hula Valley Birding Festival
Israel serves as a land bridge between three continents: Africa, Asia and Europe.
Its diversified climate – from the alpine Mt. Hermon in the north, to the arid sandy deserts in the south – supports many different habitats, which explains how Israel, with its small area, can play host to more than 500 different types of birds.
The Hula Valley Bird Festival is an initiative of the Israel Ornithological Center.
The festival aims to highlight the fantastic birding opportunities Northern Israel and the Hula Valley in particular can offer. ..... More at UTube
2,700-year-old farmhouse unearthed outside Tel Aviv
Byzantine monastery with colorful mosaic, ancient silver coins also found nearby at site next to Rosh Ha’ayin..... More
Muslim woman exudes love for ‘magical’ Israel
19 January, 2016. Farhana Rahman, a young Muslim member of an Israeli start-up, declares: “I will stand at the front line for the chosen people.”
Farhana Rahman, a young Muslim woman from New York who is employed in an Israeli mobile app startup named Zula, posted a Facebook status full of boundless love for the state of Israel and its citizens Sunday. For those demoralized by the news these days, it is a true must-read. ... More
Blood test for Alzheimer's begins clinical trials
Israeli biotech NeuroQuest set to start US clinical trial of its simple test to diagnose the dreaded brain disorder in older individuals at risk .... More
Government to help disabled find jobs, buy homes
A new job center stands to aid the disabled to more easily fit into the job market, while a new law will let them more easily get mortgages ... More
Israeli Start-up Presents: Non Dairy and Non Soy Baby Formula
... More UTube video
Optimistic trends of the Israeli economy 2015
... More - pdf
Israeli Aid Workers Hailed as Heroes for Helping UK Flood Victims
January 7, 2016
A delegation from the Israeli humanitarian agency IsraAID is being hailed as heroic for assisting victims of the massive flood that hit the United Kingdom last week. ... More
European Playgrounds to Use Israeli Foam Surfaces to Protect Children
In another win for Israel against the anti-Israel boycott movement, an Israeli company will be supplying children’s playgrounds across Europe with special padded flooring to protect children from getting hurt while playing. ... More
Ein Gedi Reserve - An Oasis in the Desert
The spectacular En Gedi Nature Reserve, just west of the Dead Sea shore in the Judean Mountains, is blessed with two year-round streams, the David Stream in the north and the Arugot Stream in the south. ... More
Saving Israel's Sea Turtles
North of Tel Aviv, on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, there is a unique hospital and rehab center.
Its patients are treated for swallowing hooks or for injuries sustained when caught in a fishing net.
This is the Israel Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center.... More
Christmas Tree Distribution in Full Swing
Trees are distributed at several points in northern and central Israel:... More
Snails Bring Speedy Economic Empowerment for African Women
Snails may be the fast track to economic growth and empowerment for women living in West Africa, thanks to a pair of Ghanaian research students heading a project sponsored by The Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment.... More
A wedding gift to remember
With Israeli tech, paralyzed IDF vet walks down the aisle... More
Giving a Voice to the Voiceless
Talkitt is the revolutionary technology that enables anyone with motor, speech and language disorders to easily communicate using their own voice.
For millions of people around the world, the act of communication is a serious challenge ... More at UTube
The baseball game that bats for coexistence
‘Baseball for All’ brings together Arab and Jewish sixth graders to play that most American sport, and get to know one another More
After 68 years, a Syrian great-grandmother comes home… to her Jewish family in Israel.
She was 16 when she disappeared from pre-state Israel, and had been assumed dead. This week, Rachel Elkayam was reunited with her relatives, closing a heart-wrenching circle More
How martial arts help kids with cancer kick the pain
Founded by a rabbi in Detroit, Kids Kicking Cancer has expanded to 5 Israeli hospitals, where children learn to punch back at their helplessness .... More
High school students discover Hasmonean coins from first century BCE
A team of students from the Handasaim Herzliya High School found three coins from the Hasmonean dynasty era while on an archeological dig. .... More
Fleeing recession and violence, Brazilian Jews moving to Israel in record numbers
The Right Cup - The First Fruit-Flavored Cup!
More at UTube
Surprise baby arrives during sister’s heart surgery
Tanzanian mom gives birth earlier than expected as her 15-month-old daughter undergoes lifesaving heart surgery from Israel's Save a Child's Heart..... More
Sean Penn says his work in Haiti inspired by IsraAID
Actor-humanitarian activist gives keynote address at 'Israel and Haiti: Partners in Recovery and Development' nearly six years after Haiti earthquake..... More
High-protein grasshoppers are about to jump onto your plate
Novel breeding and growing techniques from Israel's Steak TzarTzar could catapult edible insects onto mainstream menus and into protein powders..... More
New high-tech collar tracks the health of your pets
Veterinarians and pet owners can track health of pooches and kitties with innovative Israeli pet-tech..... More
Try the wine that King David and Jesus may have sipped
An Israeli winery is making wine from a nearly extinct species of indigenous grapes used in biblical winemaking thousands of years ago..... More
Israeli startups presenting at UN confab on climate change
Prime minister heads large delegation to international meeting at which Israeli clean technology and alternative energy solutions will be showcased..... More
Israeli doctors saving Palestinian Arab babies
Hadassah Hospital's “Heart for Peace” that has saved the lives of over 600 Palestinian Arab children..... More
Israeli elephant donates money for Thai elephants
The Jerusalem Biblical Zoo donated $1,500 for an elephant hospital in Lampang. The check was delivered to the Thai Ambassador to Israel by a Biblical Zoo elephant named Tamar, who presented it to the Ambassador in her trunk..... More
Jerusalem's giant interactive flowers
Israeli design group HQ Architects has brought Jerusalem’s city center to life with fantastical flower sculptures that blossom and move, as people walk by. .... More
Israeli Moran Zur's father passed away in 2002 and missed Moran's wedding. It gave Moran the idea for giving absent relatives the ability to leave video messages to their loved ones. In 2012, Moran's wife was diagnosed with advanced brain cancer, prompting Moran to develop SafeBeyond. .... More
Riding around with armed Arabs
Don't worry - this is an article about Arabs who are serving in the IDF.... More
A co-existence discount
The restaurant Hummus Bar at the M Mall in Kfar Vitkin near Netanya is offering a free refill of each plate of the chickpea paste at tables seating Jews and Arabs together. The restaurant is kosher, meaning that observant Jews and Muslims can also take advantage of the offer.... More
Solar power for Ethiopia
Israel's Aora Solar is to install a “Tulip” solar energy field in Ethiopia - helping the African country to achieve its aim of being carbon-neutral by 2025. The modular system collects reflected sunlight on a solar concentrator tower shaped like a yellow tulip that generates electricity for day or night use.... More
Ex-Kuwaiti Muslim is advocate for Israel
Mumtaz Halawa's journey from Kuwaiti Muslim to Israeli Jew. Together with StandWithUs, Mumtaz (now Mark) has since developed an Arabic-language YouTube video series. It aims to dispel spurious anti-Semitic notions among the Arabs in the Middle East and start conversations about a free and democratic Israel. ... More
More female speakers
A national campaign to increase the representation of women speakers to 50%. ... More
Buzz Aldrin touches down in Israel
The second man to ever walk on the moon, astronaut Buzz Aldrin, 85, talked to an enthusiastic audience at the International Astronautical Conference in Jerusalem. Buzz recounted his personal history and technical issues in space. ... More
Jews and Arabs rescue injured pelican
Amir, Sunny and Muhammad Riad Hamed from the Arab-Israeli village of Muqeible found a pelican with a broken wing and other injuries in their yard. They contacted the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel and the bird is now receiving treatment at its wildlife hospital. ... More
Arab and Israeli neuroscientists work together
Ahmed El Hady is a 31-year-old Egyptian postdoctoral fellow at Princeton University’s Neuroscience Institute. His decision to co-chair the NeuroBridges 2015 Conference - a scientific meeting of the minds between Arabs and Israelis - was a no-brainer. ... More
The best place to surf
Roni Eshel, winner of the 2011 Israeli Women’s Surfing Championships, has designed goFlow – a crowdsourcing app to identify the best surfing locations. Users report beach conditions and the app automatically updates the goFlow server to inform friends or the whole surfing community. ... More
Israelis rescue Syrian migrants
Israelis aboard an Israeli yacht rescued 11 Syrian and Iraqi migrants whose boat capsized overnight near the Greek island of Kastellorizo. The yacht, from Ashdod, was on a routine training activity in the area when its occupants noticed boat wreckage. Please read what else the Israelis did. ... More
Israeli sailors rescue Syrian, Iraqi refugees after boat capsizes
In dramatic operation, Ashdod sailing club members pull Syrian and Iraqi refugees out of Mediterranean Sea. More
Israel's Pegasus Society
Pegasus is an Israeli non-profit organization working to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home abandoned, abused or neglected horses and donkeys in Israel and the Palestinian Territories. More
Purrfection on the catwalk
Despite the current troubles in Israel, dozens of pedigree felines will compete in international cat beauty pageant in Tel Aviv. More
‘I Clown You‘ turns lens on Israel's medical clowns
Two Russian-Israeli filmmakers are documenting four therapeutic clowns in Israel, who work as an integral part of the healing team at hospitals. More
Video of Lucy Aharish criticizing Palestinians for inciting violence and Arab Israeli leaders for insincere gestures garners 1.5 million shares on Facebook. More
Israeli satellite to bring Africa online
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has announced that an Israeli-made AMOS-6 satellite will be launched in 2016 to bring the Internet to the poorest parts of the world. More
Israeli Jews answer with love
Article by Lebanese-born, Canadian Arab Fred Maroun. He writes “Why do the overwhelming majority of Israelis respond to hate with love? I believe that Judaism teaches love because love is effective while hate is not.” More
The largest desalination facility in North America
In a few weeks, San Diego will open the Carlsbad desalination plant, piping around 50 million gallons of water a day to households across the San Diego area. It was designed by Israel’s IDE and one of 400 desalination facilities it has designed in 40 countries. More
18-country delegation to fight BDS
A delegation of 22 parliamentarians from 18 different countries is in Israel as part of the Israel Allies Foundation's annual Jerusalem Chairman’s Conference. They will sign a resolution declaring support for Israel and vowing to take a stance against anti-Israel movements such as BDS. More
New center for Jewish and Arab hearing impaired children
The Jerusalem Foundation has opened a home in Abu Tor, for Jewish and Arab children with hearing impairments. The MICHA (Society for Deaf Children in Israel) center contains 4 pre-school classes and an audiology institute with clinics and advanced technology. More
Keeping West Point cadets in shape
West Point Military Academy and numerous NBA teams in the US are turning to Israeli start-up PhysiMax, which, using 3D cameras, provides cloud-based analytics of how players are performing. One of the main aims of the system is to prevent injuries from inefficient movement. More
1500-year-old mosaic unveiled
At Kiryat Gat’s “Factories from Within” festival, Israeli archaeologists will reveal an ancient mosaic discovered during local excavations. The mosaic depicts scenes of ancient Egypt. More
“They will all come to celebrate Tabernacles in Jerusalem”
Thousands of evangelical Christians from more than 80 countries descended upon Jerusalem this week to show their support for the Jewish State. More
High-pressure Oxygen to treat fibromyalgia
A study by 13 Israeli researchers has proved that the high-pressure Oxygen treatment reduces or eliminates medication needed for sufferers of the chronic pain condition fibromyalgia.
Calming autistic children
Israel's Association for Children at Risk has developed an Autism and Resiliency Program aimed at soothing frayed nerves of the 1,000 Israeli children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The program relieved trauma during Operation Protective Edge but is now being adapted to everyday needs.
Employment for Bedouin women
Israel's Economy Ministry and the Joint Distribution Committee-Israel (JDC) have opened 19 Arab-run Rayan Employment Centers serving 63 municipalities in northern and southern Israel. Since 2012 they have placed 9,100 Arabs, including many Bedouin women, in local jobs.
From News in NZ +
Kiwi Amy Clague to get MS stem cell transplant in Israel
MEGAN GATTEY - January 25 2016
Amy Clague always felt tired at high school, and those around her simply put it down to being a teenager. But at the age of 20, she found out she had multiple sclerosis..... More Stuff.co.nz
Yachting NZ calls for stand against Malaysian government
December 31, 2015
Martin Tasker - ONE News Sport Reporter
he Malaysian government effectively banned the Israeli team from competing at the Youth Sailing World Champs in Lankawai by refusing to issue them visas. ... More at ONE News Now
Israel sets water lead
Oct 19, 2015
By Aroha Treacher
Ngati Kahungunu is looking to Israel for the latest water innovations and technologies.
Israel is widely regarded as a leader in water technology, a country where a lot is to be learned on how to make the most of the world's most valuable resource.... More at Hawkes Bay Today
NZ Herald — Juliet Moses: I'm for peace
Oct 19, 2015
I'm pretty sure most, and probably all, of my friends in New Zealand would say that peace is something to aspire to. And if they turned their minds to it at all, they would probably say that they want peace between Israel and the Palestinians. ... More
McCully pushes for Palestine-Israel peace process
Friday Jun 5, 2015
By Kate Shuttleworth
New Zealand foreign minister Murray McCully arrived in the Middle East in a push to get Israeli and Palestinian leadership back to the negotiation table.
While at a function at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem and asked by the New Zealand Herald how soon peace talks could resume Mr McCully said: “my first preference would be tomorrow morning”. ..
An ANZAC message from Australia's ambassador to Israel
April 21, 2014
by Michael Kuttner
It is obvious that Dave Sharma enjoys his ambassadorial duties in a country which in his words is so diverse and dynamic. He never ceases to be amazed by the vitality and variety of experiences which makes Israel such a leader in so many fields of endeavor.
.. Download a pdf
A Yossele in trouble
April 21, 2014
by Michael Kuttner
We call them Joeys but perhaps Israelis may refer them to as Yosseles…either way one found himself in trouble in Ramat Gan.
Keren Or of the Zoological Center Tel Aviv-Ramat Gan sends us this report: “The story is that Alex the keeper found the Red kangaroo joey on the ground, hypothermic and dirty. The joey must have fallen from its mother’s pouch during the night or early morning. Alex rushed the joey to the zoo hospital for care.”.. Download a pdf
Muslims who saved Jews in WW2 honored at exhibition
A new exhibition launching at Melbourne's Jewish Holocaust Centre will paint a picture of how Muslims saved the lives of many Jewish people in Albania during World War II. ...... Read More
Australians harassed at Temple Mount
By Michael Kuttner - March 13, 2015
Women and youngsters have attacked a group of Australian youth visiting the Temple Mount in Jerusalem this week. ...... Read More
An ancient metanarrative for
modern Jew hatred
Feb 11, 2015
By Perry Trotter's Blogg - A New Zealand photographer and composer. Perry is the creator of Shadows of Shoah, a unique multidisciplinary touring Holocaust exhibition.
Tonight we remember Europe's decisive action to purge itself once for all of the Jews, and of all that they represent. Advisedly I say Europe acted, not merely Germany....... More at The Times of Israel
An Israeli conductor collapsed and died in the middle of a
performance as horrified audience members looked on.
Jan 31, 2015
Internationally renowned conductor drops dead in front of
screaming audience and musicians during a symphony in
Read More at NZ Herald
Israel says Hezbollah to pay 'full price' over missile
Jan 29, 2015
Israel has warned Lebanon's Hezbollah it will pay the "full
price" after missiles killed two Israeli soldiers yesterday
in an attack that raised fears of another all-out war. ...
Read More at NZ Herald
Kiwi educators at Yad Vashem
January 30, 2015
by Michael Kuttner
A group of twenty New Zealand high school teachers and educators have been attending a course on Holocaust studies at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.
Following in the footsteps of a previous group these educators spent an intensive two weeks not only learning about how to more effectively teach about the Holocaust but also seeing some of the sights.
Chris Harris, Onehunga College (Auckland), Anna Chapman Holocaust Centre of NZ (Wellington) and Mike Brady, Porirua College (wellington) Chris Harris, Onehunga College (Auckland), Anna Chapman Holocaust Centre of NZ (Wellington) and Mike Brady, Porirua College (wellington)
J-Wire's correspondent Michael Kuttner took the opportunity to talk to some of them the day before International Holocaust Remembrance commemorations were due to take place and they returned home. Read More
Egypt starts work on Gaza buffer zone
October 30 2014.
Read at Stuff.co.nz
The item above was published online in Stuff but not on the NZ Herald web site.
As at October 31 neither appeared in the printed versions of either paper. The photo and article showed about 800 homes raised on the border between Egypt and Gaza and it is intended to stop Militants crossing into Egypt.
Now if it were Israel bulldozing homes.......
Palestinian: Donors wary of funding Hamas-run Gaza
By Karin Laub, Wednesday Sep 10, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Outrage at “Auckland bishops condemn Gaza violence”
The Auckland Anglican and Catholic bishops published a combined statement which contains many inaccuracies, but fortunately good people are responding.
Anglicans Down Under
Anglicans Down Under
Bishops’ Statement “Arrogant, Ignorant, Smacks of Anti-Semitism”
Full article with comnments beloiw
AUCKLAND'S PROTEST THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA DIDN'T WANT YOU TO SEE
Tuesday 11 Aug 2014
“Bash the Jews, cut their heads off. cut their f****ing heads off”
See on Whale Oil's Blog
Australian journalist who has no pity for Gaza
Tuesday 9 Aug, 2014
Short UTube video
Ten thousand in Australia rally in support of Israel
August 4, 2014.
SYDNEY — Ten thousand Australians rallied in support of Israel in Sydney on Sunday at a peaceful demonstration in one of the city's suburbs.
Participants at the rally waved signs saying “We stand with Israel!” and “Stop the rockets!” and chanted “Am Yisroel Chai” as they heard communal figures defend the Jewish State. ...See article at WJC
A MAORI WOMAN STANDS WITH ISRAEL
Rally in Auckland with a fine speech by Maori woman, Sheree Trotter.
Sheree Trotter is the interviewer and researcher for Shadows of Shoah. She is a Maori New Zealander. On August 10 2014 a rally was held in central Auckland, NZ, to affirm Israel's right to exist, her right to defend herself against Hamas' agression, and to respond to the worldwide surge of antisemitic expression. The event was attended by about 800 supporters. Sheree was invited to give a speech. See and hear here at Shadows of Shoah or Download transscript in pdf
AUCKLAND'S PROTEST THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA DIDN'T WANT YOU TO SEE
Tuesday 11 Aug 2014
“Bash the Jews, cut their heads off. cut their f****ing heads off”
See on Whale Oil's Blog