(H/T Friends of Lebanon)
Part I – Denying the Connections
The Israeli news site Haaretz has published a story that is sure to give indigestion to Zionists worldwide. It seems Spain and Italy have just joined a growing list of countries that are warning their citizens against engaging in financial activity or investments in the Israeli settlements.
A mall in Aukland, New Zealand has kicked out a group of Israelis selling Dead Sea cosmetics from a kiosk inside the mall. The owners of LynnMall took the action following the airing of a report on a New Zealand TV station on how the sales people, described as “youthful, good-looking Israelis,” took advantage of customers, mainly elderly and disabled people.
Translated from French by Ariadna Theokopoulos
Austria, a Country in the Heart of Europe, Openly Defies its Partners by Standing with Putin
Published by Express.be
While the European leaders were examining possible additional sanctions to inflict upon Russia, Austria rolled the red carpet to receive… the Russian president Vladimir Putin.
Sadly, a woman who lived through the Nakba, has recently suffered the outrageous indignity of having her home sprayed with skunk water. The following was posted yesterday by Ma’an News…
During the early morning hours of June 26, the Israeli army invaded the village of Awarta, 8 km south of Nablus in the northern part of the West Bank. According to witnesses, between 150 and 200 soldiers entered Awarta just after midnight and raided approximately 300 houses before leaving several hours later.