"The First Amendment says that you can say whatever you want. However, decency and common sense require that one carefully consider their words and ideas before opening their mouth (or hitting that keyboard). There are too many people in America who think the First Amendment is a license to simply be outrageous." -- Michael Rivero

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Israeli President Isaac Herzog landed in Azerbaijan on Tuesday in the latest stage of a very public evolution of ties between the two countries. 

Herzog, who is travelling with his wife, met Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev in Baku at the Zugulba presidential palace. Israel's Health and Interior Minister Moshe Arbel also accompanied Herzog. 

Israel to bolster construction sector with thousands of Indian workers MikeRivero Wed, 05/31/2023 - 08:07

Israel is planning to bring around 10,000 workers from India to fill positions in the construction and nursing industries, in a sign of deepening economic and political cooperation between Tel Aviv and New Delhi.

According to Hebrew news outlets, the workers will arrive in stages, with half destined for the construction sector and the remaining half designated for nursing roles.

At least 5,000 workers are due in the first year. The final labor agreement is still being negotiated between Israeli and Indian officials.

Israel plunders its own treasury to prepare for a far-right future MikeRivero Wed, 05/31/2023 - 08:06

A few minutes after the Israeli parliament approved the budget for the next two years, a triumphant Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was quick to announce: "It's a great day for the people of Israel."

Leaders of the Palestinian community within Israel on Monday set up a "protest tent" in front of the government buildings in West Jerusalem to press authorities to address an escalating crime wave.

The protest, set to last three days, comes as scores of Palestinians in Israel have been killed in crime-related incidents this year.

Israeli media reported on 29 May that the country’s military is using advanced balloons to spy on its regional neighbors and surveil any aircraft passing its borders.

According to Ammon News, the surveillance balloon is the largest ever created, with a length of 17m, weighing several tons, and equipped with sophisticated cameras, computers, and radars Jordan News reports.

First Documented Case of Pegasus Spyware Used in an International War Context. Report MikeRivero Wed, 05/31/2023 - 06:48

A new investigation reveals the use of Pegasus spyware in an international war context.

Jeffrey Epstein's Schedule Shows Meetings With Billionaires Mort Zuckerman, Tom Pritzker, Reid Hoffman And Peter Thiel ChrisMenahan Tue, 05/30/2023 - 22:08

Jeffrey Epstein's private emails and calendar indicate he had meetings with billionaires Mort Zuckerman, Tom Pritzker, Reid Hoffman and Peter Thiel.

All four are diehard supporters of Israel and we know from previous reports that Epstein was given at least $200 million from pro-Israel billionaires Lex Wexner and Leon Black.

Epstein and his partner Ghislaine Maxwell have both been accused of being Israeli agents running a honeypot blackmail operation.

Capsized 'Tourist Boat' Which Left Four Dead Was Full of Israeli And Italian Secret Agents, Italian Media Reveals ChrisMenahan Tue, 05/30/2023 - 20:11

The "tourist boat" full of individuals gathering to celebrate a "birthday" which capsized and killed four out of 23 people onboard in Italy's Lake Maggiore on Sunday was actually a meeting of Israeli and Italian intelligence agents, according to a report in the Italian media.

Itamar Ben-Gvir’s second visit to Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque compound as Israel’s national security minister on May 21 represents a dangerous mix of religion and politics.

Ben-Gvir was seen standing and reading off his phone, apparently in prayer. Such an act would be forbidden under the current “status quo” governing Al-Aqsa, referred to as the Temple Mount or Har Habayit by Jews, even though a small group of Orthodox Jews is increasingly finding ways to pray on the holy site.