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In viral video, the medium’s reach is the message

A review of some of the biggest news stories in Israel in the last few days shows just how much of an impact viral YouTube clips and other online videos have on the news. One such video, which appears to have had some influence on Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney’s visit to Israel this week, … Continue reading

The spymaster comes in from the cold

Following Omar Suleiman’s recent announcement that he is entering Egypt’s presidential race, international media outlets were quick to peg the former intelligence chief as “a leading symbol of Mubarak’s era” in what they painted as an upcoming, dramatic showdown for the title of Egypt’s new leader. The 75-year-old former spymaster, who served in ex-President Hosni … Continue reading

War with Egypt? Not so fast…

The recent flare-up along the Israel-Gaza border gave rise again this week to speculation and concern over whether there will be another large-scale confrontation in Gaza and what will happen if Egypt gets dragged in. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hinted at a possible war in Gaza this week, saying, “The IDF is ready to expand … Continue reading

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