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Apr 9, 2018, 11:07 AM
Bring back the British Mandate of Palestine
Dirty. Rude. Lack of education. Illiteracy. Ugly. Primitive. Corrupt. Poor. Barbaric. Are these really attributes that a 70-year established Jewish state should be proud of when considering what most residents of Western origin (whether Olim or Tzabarim that are grandchildren...
Mar 8, 2015, 3:02 PM
World of Warfare or Protective Edge? Israeli company pioneers virtual Protective Edge
Israeli computer technology has given the world a great many leading edge developments from the cellular telephone to methods of detecting illnesses with microscopic cameras. In a development center whose national population is only 8 million, Israel has more NASDAQ listed technology companies than...
Feb 9, 2015, 7:36 AM
Gentleman who outsmarted the Nazis prepares to light Holocaust memorial torch – Here is his story
Whatever happened to the heroes? The world and the human condition is subject to such rapid change these days, that the differences in the social environment, way of life, technological advancement and globalization which have occurred within just 70 years...
Dec 16, 2014, 3:54 PM
The festival of (electronic) lights!
As the Jewish world prepares for Channuka tonight, many messages and educational opportunities emanate from this unique holiday. With the children of today well and truly ensconced in the world of technology and readily available resources on hand held devices,...
Dec 15, 2014, 11:46 AM
What will it take?
The violent and utterly predictable actions of yet more followers of Islam have now reached one of the farthest points of the globe - Sydney, Australia. Australia has, for approximately 60 years, been revered as a choice destination for English-speaking gentiles to...
Nov 18, 2014, 11:04 PM
A fusion of food and wine, over the green line
For esteemed Israeli chef and food enthusiast Menachem Katz, life as a chef began as more than just the possibility to fulfill a dream by presenting his fine fayre to a discerning audience, but instead began as an ambition...
Oct 27, 2014, 10:16 PM
In a valueless British society, the Foreign Office aligns itself with the Pogroms of the summer
Shocking. Alarming. Astonishing.... and so forth. These superlatives adorned the scores of reports which made their way across international mainstream media this summer with regard to the activities of hundreds of thousands of violent hooligans that came out in force...
Andrew Saks-McLeod is a professional journalist, born in the UK in 1976, with 23 years industry experience in the high technology sector. He is a regular speaker on technological matters on TV.