First, this one, about Israel:
"How This Tiny Country Sustains its Huge Reputation...Even as a country with less than 8 million people, Israel maintains roughly 4,000 startups today. The New-Jersey-sized country's venture capital per capita is 2.5 times greater than that of the U.S., and 30 times greater than Europe's, making Israel the largest startup ecosystem outside of Silicon Valley. Considering Israel's political and social climate, this is an incredible feat."
And next, this one, about Syria:
"Air Raids in Northern and Central Syria Kill and Wound Many...Opposition monitoring groups say airstrikes on markets in northern and central Syria have killed and wounded dozens. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the air raids on a market in the northwestern town of Ariha killed 12 people, including three children. It says air raids in the central town of Rastan killed 16 people. The Local Coordination Committees, another activist network, says nine people were killed in Wednesday's attacks on Ariha, in the insurgent-held Idlib province. It says the air raids on Rastan killed and wounded dozens. Idlib borders Turkey and is a stronghold of the Fatah Army, a coalition of militant groups including the al-Qaida-affiliated Nusra Front."
And yet a major part of the world seems to be determined to turn Israel into one more Syria, one more war torn Arab dictatorship, as if there are not enough of those already. Can anyone imagine that this could possibly benefit the two million Arabs in Israel, who enjoy a standard of living vastly better than minorities in any Arab country, and have far more political and civil rights? In order to appease the hatred of Muslims around the world, people are ready to turn a modern democracy into a war zone in which religious killing is an everyday affair, and dictators fight with fanatics for control, while their people flee in the millions, or live in misery.
The willingness of the nations of the world to descend into the most abominable behavior to allow this to happen is certainly highlighted by this story:
"The Unesco World Heritage Committee is about to do what even in the annals of the UN is unprecedented. It is going to vote on a Palestinian-Jordanian resolution bluntly stating that the Old City of Jerusalem and Temple mount have no historic ties to the Jews"
Continued slaughter and genocide, justified by an utterly malignant rewriting of history that no one on earth believes, but which serves the purpose of promoting the destruction of a decent state and replacing it by one more terror riven Muslim killing machine.