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Many have asked about last night’s tragedy in Israel. Our team put together a quick blog to give some context. There are many factors involved.
:: First and foremost is the mourning of the victims and praying for the survivors.
:: But why were 100,000 people in an area reserved for 10,000?
:: And children!
:: Why were people jumping up and down on clearly not up-to-standard bleachers for hours on end?
This was not only a catastrophic, it was predictable and preventative.

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Mossad agents are believed to have infiltrated Iran and planning an ambush assassination of Iran’s top nuclear scientist while he was driving with his bodyguards some 40 miles outside of Tehran.

Israel has not commented on the targeted assassination that left 59-year-old Mohsen Fakhrizadeh dead and the country of Iran enraged.

Though Israel is not saying anything, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu mentioned Fakhrizadeh two years ago when he reveled thousands of secret files from an Iranian nuclear facility that Israeli agents spirited out of Iran in a daring heist in 2018.

“Remember that name,” Netanyahu said at the time. 

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An international science journal has rejected a study by an Israeli doctor because she refused to remove “Israel” from the address of Ariel University, which is located in the West Bank and is considered by some as a “settlement.”

Dr. Mindy Levine submitted a study that was set to be published in the January 2021 edition of the journal “Molecules.”

However, a group of anti-Israel chemists from around the world, led by Prof. George Smith, winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, and Prof. Malcolm Levitt, a Fellow of the Royal Society, lobbied for the address to be changed to: “Ariel University, illegal Israeli settlement of Ariel, Occupied Palestinian Territory.”

The group is called No Academic Business as Usual with Ariel University (Chemists are not known for their creativity!)

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With her announcement that she will play Cleopatra, queen of Egypt, in an upcoming film, Israeli actress Gal Gadot was the recipient of some deranged criticism. 

Criticism ranged from those saying a Jew should not play the part of an Egyptian to others who claim that a “white” Israeli displaced Arab or black actresses who should have gotten the part.

The anti-Israel, anti-Semitic attacks against Gadot — who rose to international stardom for her role as Wonder Woman — even slammed her “bland” looks, which are anything but.

“Which Hollywood dumbass thought it would be a good idea to cast an Israeli actress as Cleopatra (a very bland looking one) instead of a stunning Arab actress like Nadine Njeim? And shame on you, Gal Gadot. Your country steals Arab land and you’re stealing their movie roles,” Sameera Khan asked on Twitter. 

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In the quest for more countries to normalize relations with Israel, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister while a former Sudan politician said he is trying to organize a delegation of Sudanese citizens to visit Israel in a push for peace with the Jewish state.

The United States brokered historic peace deals between the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain with Israel resulting in the signing of the Abraham Accords on Sept. 15 at the White House.

“We hope Saudi Arabia will consider normalizing its relationships as well, and we want to thank them for the assistance they’ve had in the success of the Abraham Accords so far,” Pompeo said on Wednesday at a meeting with Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud.

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