Grading Israel's Ungrammatical Response to Flytilla
"For a country that is unbelievably oversaturated with American connections, it comes as a major surprise to see just how little Israel’s government cares about grammatical conventions in the English language."
This blogger channel's their 7th grade grammar teacher and goes to town, tearing apart the letter the Israeli government mailed to the Flytilla participants. Ultimately, it looks like there will be a parent-teacher conference
This professor wants to enter into the life of some of her students and dons the hijab for a week. Her experience was overly very positive. That was until she saw some man with hairy hands telling her what to do.
This is a very thorough and honest review by a Western woman whose insights into hijab wearing speak about rights that many Muslim woman may not know they have.
"Google is set to launch its Street View service in Israel on April 22, unveiling the street-based photography collection which will include images from a number of major cities and the country’s famous Dead Sea.
According to a report from Globes, the launch event is scheduled to take place this coming Sunday, with a number of government officials set to join in the unveiling.
Street View Israel will include images of the streets of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa and other locations in the country, including the Dead Sea, Kinneret (Israeli’s largest fresh water lake), and historic cities Nazareth and Mitzpe Ramon."