• Posts Tagged ‘Shomron’

    Joseph’s Overlook Park

    by  • August 24, 2012 • Policy and Opinion, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    Sign at Joseph's Observation Point

    Joseph’s Tomb in Shechem is one of the oldest and best-documented ancient burial places in the world. “And the bones of Joseph, which the children of Israel brought up out of Egypt, buried they in Shechem, in the parcel of ground which Jacob bought of the sons of Hamor the father of Shechem for...

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    Likud minister: State Attorney’s Office is disrupting proper governance.

    by  • August 24, 2012 • In the Press • 0 Comments

    Yuli Edelstein With Gershon Mesika and Benny Katzover

    Cabinet Showdown on Levy Report Next Month Likud minister tells Arutz Sheva State Attorney’s Office is disrupting proper governance. Gil Ronen   The Minister for Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs, Yuli Edelstein, says the State Attorney’s Office is disrupting proper governance by adopting positions that contradict those of the elected leadership regarding Migron and...

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    ‘Let Migron Stay!’ Video Garners 12,000 Views in 3 Days

    by  • August 24, 2012 • In the Press • 0 Comments

    Children in Mogron

    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/159240#.UDdyZHjS0UQ Thousands sign petitions to save the Binyamin community from destruction. Verdict expected Tuesday. Gil Ronen On August 28, the Supreme Court of Israel will decide the fate of 300 Jews living in Migron, a thriving community just 14 kilometres north of Jerusalem. Migron is situated in a very strategic position overlooking Route number...

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    Putting A Record 5,000 Smiles On IDF Faces: The ZOA-Israel Partnership At Its Best

    by  • May 23, 2012 • In the Press • 0 Comments

    One of the reasons the Zionist enterprise has succeeded to the extent that it has is the intimate partnership linking Israel with the Diaspora. When communities in Israel are in distress or under attack, when individuals and populations are in need yet feeling neglected or isolated—it is this partnership that, importantly, reminds Israelis they...

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    How to Win Friends, Settler Style

    by  • February 10, 2010 • In the Press • 0 Comments

    Settler Yehuda Shimon has been able to prevent violence with border policemen by smiling, a tactic he learned from the American-based Dale Carnegie Course business program. As he graduated from the course this week, he described for The Jerusalem Post an incident that happened six weeks ago, when he was halfway through the class....

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