Monthly Archives: August 2012
Last night, 22.8, the IDF spokesperson’s Facebook page posted a photo of a car being stoned by Arab youngsters with a woman inside. A cameraman is seen standing in the background filming the event. The text underneath the photo reads: “Fact: in the past six months, more than 2,000 rocks were hurled at Israelis in […]
It’s been a while since my previous post in “A little corner of .il”, and I think we all deserve a little respite from the summer heat. That’s why I’ve decided to write about Mount Hermon this time. Israel has a surprisingly large variety of climates for such a small country. In my previous post […]
This week’s headlines: Not much ado about nothing, Israel’s Olympic failure and the events in Sinai- are we seeing the whole picture?
The summer months are a time when not much happens. School children are enjoying their summer vacation, universities are in their semester break and even the Knesset summer session has adjourned until “after the Hagim” (after the holidays). The Israeli saying “after the Hagim” refers to the Jewish holidays of Rosh Hashana (New Year), Yom […]