• Meanwhile in Israel, a massive anti-government protest is taking place — calling for Bibi to resign. He’s having a hernia surgery during all this. 😜

    Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to undergo surgery for hernia under full sedation

    Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to undergo surgery for hernia under full sedation
    The operation will take place after a meeting of Israel's war cabinet this evening. Mr Netanyahu will undergo surgery as thousands of Israelis are expected to…
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    Meanwhile outside Bibi’s crib, Israelis are yelling out ‘BIBI MURDERER! BIBI RESIGN!’

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    Meanwhile outside Bibi’s crib, Israelis are yelling out ‘BIBI MURDERER! BIBI RESIGN!’ 🚨👀🚨 Protesters rally outside Netanyahu’s home in Jerusalem, call on him…
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    Netanyahu plays in his final role

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    Netanyahu plays in his final role. 🚨👀🚨 Israeli cities continue to fill with over a million protesting citizens after Netanyahu fired his defense minister,…
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    Meanwhile in Israel, a massive anti-government protest is taking place — calling for Bibi to resign. He’s having a hernia surgery during all this. 😜 Israel's…
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    “The future world order is being formed before our eyes. And in this world order, we must listen to everyone, take into account every point of view, every nation, society, culture, every system of worldviews, ideas and religious beliefs, without imposing a single truth on anyone, and only on this basis, understanding our responsibility for the fate of our peoples and the planet, to build a symphony of human civilization.”

    Vladimir Putin

  • BREAKING – The Washington Post reports that the Biden Administration 'in recent days quietly authorized the transfer of billions of dollars in bombs and fighter jets to Israel'

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    ‼️ URGENT – Washington Post: The United States will supply Israel with more than 1,800 bombs, each weighing about 900 kg, and 500 bombs weighing 100 kg.

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    URGENT – The Washington Post, citing American officials: The State Department allowed the transfer of 25 F-35A aircraft and engines worth $2.5 billion to Israel.

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    “The future world order is being formed before our eyes. And in this world order, we must listen to everyone, take into account every point of view, every nation, society, culture, every system of worldviews, ideas and religious beliefs, without imposing a single truth on anyone, and only on this basis, understanding our responsibility for the fate of our peoples and the planet, to build a symphony of human civilization.”

    Vladimir Putin

  • That area runs over a big fault and the whole thing could go into the sea.

    I hope it will happen, this whole area should go to rest on the bottom of the sea

    (Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, Egypt)

    a bloody area of the past war, from before Atlantis

  • Feeling Strain of War, Israel Considers Conscripting Ultra-Orthodox Population
    Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel have long been exempted from military service. That policy may change as Israeli society is increasingly strained by a…
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    Feeling Strain of War, Israel Considers Conscripting Ultra-Orthodox Population

    17 hours ago

    Ultra-orthodox Jews watch from a rooftop during the funeral of Rabbi Yitzhak Kadouri in Jerusalem, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2006 - Sputnik International, 1920, 17.03.2024


    Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel have long been exempted from military service. That policy may change as Israeli society is increasingly strained by a months-long operation in Gaza.

    “With each passing day, it becomes increasingly clear that we will need a new reality in Israel,” declared the Israel Democracy Institute in a recent report. “It is time for a new, more just social contract.”

    The remedy proposed by the think tank was not to extend rights to the five million Palestinians living under Israeli occupation, naturally, but to require military service from the country’s ultra-Orthodox population.

    Ultra-Orthodox Jews, known in Israel as Haredim, pride themselves on living what they view as a traditional lifestyle. Isolated in tight-knit communities, they follow a strict interpretation of Judaism and dress in a conservative style contemporaneous with the movement’s emergence in 19th century Europe. Young haredim often devote themselves to the study of the Torah at special schools known as yeshivas, sometimes foregoing participation in the workforce as they pursue religious education full-time.

    Yeshiva students are legally excused from required military service in Israel, an accommodation that dates back to the founding of the country. At that time the ruling only applied to a few hundred military-age men. But the number has ballooned to around 66,000 amid the rapid growth of the religiously conservative community.

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    The military exemption has emerged as a major source of tension between ultra-Orthodox Jewish Israelis and other sectors of society.

    “The army changes everyone,” said ultra-Orthodox Rabbi Nechemia Steinberger, explaining the Haredi community’s resistance to military service. “The sad truth is Haredim will not be able to sacrifice the change of their children because their ethos for the past 150 years was ‘we do not change.’ That’s their raison d’etre.”

    “They see the army as a secular place, as part of the Jewish Zionist state that they don’t fully identify with,” he said.

    That division sometimes leads to physical confrontations between the ultra-Orthodox and more secular Israelis as Haradim protest military service, or even public advertising featuring women and vehicle traffic through their neighborhoods on the Sabbath. On Thursday, thousands of Israelis protested Haredis’ military exemption at a large rally in Tel Aviv.

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    The issue is a conundrum for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Israeli courts have ruled the Haredis’ military exemption is discriminatory in recent years, ordering conscription from the community. Netanyahu, who counts many conservative and ultra-Orthodox Jews among his political coalition, has hesitated to comply.

    “If they force us to go to the army, we will move abroad,” said ultra-Orthodox Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef this week, promising to resist any conscription effort. “We will buy a ticket. We will go there.”

    But polling shows most Israelis oppose the community’s military exemption, and Netanyahu’s political opposition has hammered him over the issue. “There are not enough soldiers,” said former Prime Minister Yair Lapid at the Thursday rally in Tel Aviv. “And at the same time there are 66,000 young and healthy members of the Haredi community, at enlistment age, who are not joining.”

    Israel’s economy has been battered in recent months as a portion of the workforce has been called up to fight in Gaza. The prospect of war against Hezbollah in Lebanon threatens to place even more strain on the IDF. Additionally, some half a million Israelis have reportedly fled the country since last October’s Hamas attack.

    Netanyahu may soon face no choice but to conscript new troops from the ultra-Orthodox community. But in doing so he risks a major social explosion that might further fracture an already intensely-divided Israeli society.

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