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“Israel’s efforts to engage with African governments were a significant part of the Israeli agenda” at the UN General Assembly

TIMES OF ISRAEL At UN, Netanyahu meets 15 African leaders to talk tech, rapprochement by Staff September 23, 2016 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with at least 15 leaders and representatives of African countries on Thursday on the sidelines of … Continue reading

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The #slavery nobody wants to discuss: #Arabs enslaving #Africans

TIMES OF ISRAEL The real ‘intersectionality’ – European and Arab oppression and persecution of Jews and Africans by Micha Danzig August 22, 2016 …What is somewhat surprising, and incredibly sad, is how many people – who purport to care about … Continue reading

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“Israel’s burgeoning relations with Africa obviously stem partly from something beyond its control: the rise of Islamist terror”

COMMENTARY Israel’s Strategy Shift Bears Fruit by Evelyn Gordon July 23, 2016 Wednesday’s announcement that Guinea is resuming ties with Israel almost half a century after severing them is a nontrivial piece of good news. Granted, Guinea is a poor … Continue reading

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“Israel needn’t waste its time and energy trying to appease the Europeans..unnecessary, given Europe’s economic weakness and political decay”

JERUSALEM POST Israel’s diplomatic spring by Caroline B. Glick June 30, 2016 We are living at a time when preconceived notions are crashing down one on top of the other. We thought that nothing would ever change in the Arab world. … Continue reading

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Sacrificing Africa for Climate Change

WALL STREET JOURNAL By Caleb Rossiter May 4, 2014 Western policies seem more interested in carbon-dioxide levels than in life expectancy Every year environmental groups celebrate a night when institutions in developed countries (including my own university) turn off their … Continue reading

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