Gal Gadot, the Israeli actress who plays Wonder Woman in the film Batman vs Superman, is the star of a new campaign to highlight the uniqueness of Israeli women; Eight severely injured Syrians were evacuated by Israeli helicopters, and much more.
Israeli food products with Hebrew labeling have been delivered to a displaced persons camp near the rebel-controlled Syrian city of Quneitra. The local government council said that it “severely condemns the distribution of aid baskets coming from the enemy Israel.”
Israel has sent $20,000 worth of supplies to Sri Lanka, following recent floods and landslides there; The Israeli Ministry of Economy held the first Israeli Food Festival in 25 Costco stores across Japan, focused proton beam lasers to treat tumors, and much more.
The Israeli international relief organization IsraAID has sent a delegation to southern Japan after another IsraAID delegation was dispatched to Ecuador to assist in humanitarian efforts and to offering medical and psychological assistance to the affected communities.
A five-year-old Syrian girl’s life was saved twice in recent weeks by Israeli doctors: Once when they treated her wounds from a firefight between rival militias, and again when she was diagnosed with cancer.
Israel-haters, especially those in the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement, simply ignore the facts and peddle their lies and delusions to uncritical and impressionable audiences. Only persistence and proud stubbornness will pierce these dark corners and the truth about Israel will prevail.
Recently, the BBC erased the name of Israel, Jews and Israeli companies from a program discussing the use of genetics to improve the drought resistance of wheat. So I decided to unmask some of Israel’s global activities that benefit the world.
The Indian state of Haryana – located just northwest of Dehli – will initiate micro-irrigation projects based on Israeli expertise at 14 sites throughout the state, and 2,000 Syrian war wounded have been treated in Israeli hospitals.