It was not surprised if Israeli former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert involved in corruption. Apparently, glamour life has spread among Israeli politicians.
Olmert have been well known as he likes going abroad. When he was minister of industry, trade, and labour, in June 2005 he trip to New York, United States, for three days. He stayed at a superb luxury room with tariff US$ 1,400 a night at St. Regis Hotel Continue reading →
For six weeks, Abu Ahmad like lived in another world. Not in his residence area, a district in Gaza Strip that was attacked by Israel last January. A territory was bombed with white phosphorus shells which can melt human skin and bones.
With Tramadol, this 45 year-old man could forget that he is unemployed could do was sit and drink tea or coffee. Also, he might forget his wife and ten children need humanitarian aids. “When I took it, I felt very relaxed,” said a former driver last Tuesday. Continue reading →
After waiting for about an hour, Wednesday last week, Muhammad Warda finally met his wife in Rafah, Gaza Strip. May, 23 year-old, rose from a tunnel with her abaya and scarf full of dust and sand. “I was shocked. I felt so bad that she had gone through this ordeal for me,” the 26-year-old guy said.
The spouse engaged in an evening last July. Through Internet and webcam, ten family members of Muhammad were sitting in front of their most prized possession, a computer. “Why are you so red?” asked May to the nervous Muhammad. After asking by their parents, they agreed to wed and smiled at each other. Continue reading →
Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad once again has become a controversy. It was not caused by his statements against Israel, but triggered by a report from British newspaper the Daily Telegraph on Saturday last week. The report said that conservative leader has a Jewish father who converted to Muslim.
The Telegraph revealed that his original family name was Saburjian or “cloth weaver”. The word derives from “Sabur”, the name for the Jewish Tallit shawl which usually used by Jews in synagogue on Sabbath and holidays. Also, it is used when reciting morning, afternoon, and evening prayer. Continue reading →
It’s so lucky for wealth people in Gaza City. They can relax their muscles and tendons because Rosy is still alive. It’s not the name of a sexy, beautiful young girl. It is the only luxurious spa there.
Rosy looks more chic than refugee camps or other buildings are pock caused by Israeli missiles and mortars. Located on a hilltop, it looks graceful, not like holed streets, donkey carts, and militant graffiti that become common view in Gaza City. Continue reading →
They have to bribe 20 shekels to pass an Israeli checkpoint.
Tens of Palestinian workers, males and females, gathered in Bait Iksa before early meal. Like run after time, Tuesday last week, they started to walk through a 7 kilometer long path prior to dawn. They are undocumented workers that daily to infiltrate Israel.
Bait Iksa is an Arab village in the West Bank located among foothills and surrounded by Jewish settlements. The village is not passed by the Separation Wall, a 750 kilometers long project that was built since seven years ago. The apartheid wall in order to avoid Palestinian strikes against Israelis. Continue reading →
Military rabbis have taught that all Israel’s wars are an order from the God
In the name of God, human frequently dare to do anything, even it doesn’t make sense. The God mostly used to pump their spirit, like in Israeli military at the present.
Thus, not being shock if Israeli Defense Force (IDF) recently is more religious than before. The new recruit soldiers who get their first duties will receive Psalm contains of prayer for the safety of holy city Jerusalem. At the time, military rabbis become more powerful in the hierarchy of Israeli military. Continue reading →