under Israel

The tricks used by Israel’s fans are both familiar and fallacious

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9 Dec 2012 | BY Nivedita Menon

Why do Indian intellectuals ignore the Jewish state’s side of the story?

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22 Nov 2012 | BY Jonas Moses Lustiger

The story of a war-torn world where that seems a fair exchange to both sides

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23 Oct 2011 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

After the bullets and blood of the Arab Spring, The Israeli Summer seems almost fluffy, but the protestors are dead serious. So what is this all about?

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18 Aug 2011 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

Or the perils of living off the news

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3 Aug 2011 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

An Israeli journalist wonders if there is any difference at all between how Israel treats Palestinians and how India treats its poor

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1 Jul 2011 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

...and became a star in her adoptive homeland Israel passed through Mumbai recently—unnoticed, unsung. Open caught up with her.

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21 Apr 2011 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

The extraordinary story of a Palestinian doctor from Gaza and his search for meaning in life. For his is a life few of us would be able to bear

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25 Feb 2011 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

A commando attack that killed ten of an activist group delivering aid to Gaza has shocked both friends and foes of the Jewish state.

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4 Jun 2010 | BY Seema Sirohi

Medical experts have confirmed that ‘extra-powerful’ weapons used by the Israeli and US armies engaged in the battle to protect Israel’s territories leave behind depleted uranium, which is causing a fertility crisis among soldiers and the Israeli male population.

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29 Apr 2010 | BY Pramila N. Phatarphekar
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