India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first official visit to Israel comes at a time of both rising economic cooperation growing nationalism in both countries. By Inbal Ben Yehuda Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived for a three-day visit in Israel on Tuesday. Alongside meetings with government officials, Modi will travel across the country and will meet with leading Israeli and Indian businesspeople. In addition, Israel's Indian community will host the prime minister for a festive event, which will include Israeli Jews of Indian origin. This is the first time India's prime minister has ever visited Israel, marking 25 years since…Read More... | 11 Comments
Family members of a Chilean man disappeared and murdered by the Latin American dictator want Israel to open a criminal investigation into officials who cooperated with the murderous regime. By John Brown* (translated by Tal Haran) Two Israeli women who immigrated from Chile are taking Israel’s attorney general to court, demanding that he open a criminal investigation into Israeli officials who were involved in arms deals with the regime of Augosto Pinochet, for aiding and abetting crimes against humanity. Lily Traubman and her daughter Tamara Santos Traubman moved to Israel in the 1970s after being persecuted by the Pinochet regime,…Read More... | 8 Comments
Citing potential damage to Israel's foreign relations, the Supreme Court rejects a petition calling to reveal details of the government's arms exports to the Serbian army during the Bosnian genocide. By John Brown* (Translated by Tal Haran) Israel’s Supreme Court last month rejected a petition to reveal details of Israeli defense exports to the former Yugoslavia during the genocide in Bosnia in the 1990s. The court ruled that exposing Israeli involvement in genocide would damage the country’s foreign relations to such an extent that it would outweigh the public interest in knowing that information, and the possible prosecution of those involved.…Read More... | 17 Comments
The Israeli public and its government need to internalize that 'Israel’s pride,' its wildly successful military export industry, has been an unending nightmare for the people of Africa. How can Netanyahu look the Rwandan and Ugandan people in the eyes? By Itay Mack Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is currently on a tour of African states of Uganda, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Kenya. For decades, Israel’s relationship with the African continent, from South Africa to the Sahara, has been almost entirely based on military and arms exports that have fueled oppression, civil wars and murderous dictatorships. [tmwinpost] Until 1967, the State of…Read More... | 5 Comments
As recently reported in +972 Magazine, Israel is exporting arms to South Sudan, despite an EU embargo and a decision in Washington to halt military aid. In Israel, activists from both sides of the political map are coming together to say 'enough is enough.'Read More...
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