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Editor’s Notes: Israel will be judged by its treatment of the weak

And on another note: “Netanyahu has never respected the professional diplomatic corps,” explained Anshel Pfeffer.

Editor’s Notes: Judging by treatment of the weak

IF YOU don’t know of BIS, you should. It is one of Israel’s leading developers and providers of innovative therapies and state-of-the-art services for disabled children and adults.

Editor’s Notes: Talk policy, not populism

Editor’s Notes: Racism must end in Israel

This discrimination happens on a daily basis. Most victims are not shot, beaten or killed; most choose to suffer in silence.

Editor’s Note: Racism must end in Israel

This discrimination happens on a daily basis. Most victims are not shot, beaten or killed; most choose to suffer in silence.

Editor’s Notes: The birth of the drone

The first flight took place on July 7, 1969 – 50 years ago next Sunday. The target was a row of Egyptian military positions located near Ismailia.

Editor’s Notes: A visit to Pollard’s Manhattan apartment

The words “Pollard’s Manhattan apartment” might have the average person think of a doorman, a view of the Big Apple, a large apartment, and the “easy life.” The reality is far from it.

Editor’s notes: The ‘new’ defense minister Liberman

It was like any other defense minister’s visit before him – except for what Liberman was wearing.

Iran, North Korea and the lessons of 2007

When North Korea got off scot-free in 2007, it became even more dangerous. Now is a perfect time to teach two countries – Iran and North Korea – a different lesson.

Book excerpt: Israel’s mission to destroy Syria’s nuclear reactor

Olmert told Cheney that if America decided to go ahead with the bombing, the administration would consider whether it would publicly take responsibility and if Israel acted, the US would remain quiet