Category Archives: 5MFI Blog
0savesSave BufferA teacher who ‘drowned’ offers a new paradigm In the classroom shark pool By DAVID GUY Originally published in the Jerusalem Post 07/08/2009 20:46 Israel’s children are in their summer holidays and the teacher’s unions are threatening their traditional … Continue reading
0savesSave BufferLooking at the bigger picture The five-in-a-star for this post probably needs some explanation. I’ve been looking for some graphic analogy to explain Hamas mentality, when I thought of boxing. How many of you out there are boxing fans? If you … Continue reading
0savesSave BufferA course in map reading V The BBC has used variations of the following map (left) since the beginning of the war in Gaza: Operation Protective Edge†. Notice something missing? I’ll give you a clue. ISRAEL! Gaza is shown as … Continue reading
0savesSave Buffer A Response to Ali A. Rizvi At the risk of damning Ali Rizvi with faint praise I will say his 7 Things to Consider Before Choosing Sides in the Middle East is a heroic effort to stay neutral, in an emotion-raising conflict. … Continue reading
FREE GAZA – from Hamas graphics for Facebook. that is.
0savesSave BufferGraphics to share Use and share these graphics freely. Free-Gaza-from-Hamas.zip contains these graphics in PNG and JPG format. This file may also be downloaded and shared.
0savesSave BufferIsrael charged with war crimes at International Criminal Court (ICC) Will ICC will accept jurisdiction? I doubt it. It has refused in the past. Palestine is not a member state, neither is Israel, and only member states can raise … Continue reading
0savesSave BufferUrgently investigate serious violations of international humanitarian law by Hamas in Gaza Here is an action item Five Minutes for Israel can wholeheartedly endorse. Please sign this petition to the United Nations Human Rights Council which has pointedly ignored multiple … Continue reading
0savesSave BufferThere is a way to end the Gaza tragedy … but playing the blame game is not it Contributed by Ira Weiss It is tempting for activists on both sides to cynically use the tragedy of this war to advance … Continue reading