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On the occasion of the New Year, I wish Iranian—and indeed all—Jews happiness, and most of all, good health. The children of Adam, Abraham and Moses are siblings who deserve to live in a real democratic peace—not business deal. Our proposal has been #Referendum. L'Shana Tova! https://t.co/aHA8FCKiFs
Not uncommon, but interesting Iranian outreach nonetheless, and notable that he chose to reference Abraham in this week of the “Abraham Accords” https://t.co/iNV8UN8y2T
An ultracrepidarian (19th century) is one who consistently holds forth on a subject they know nothing about. I've just opened the dictionary to discover there is also a verb for it: to venture far beyond your understanding is to 'ultracrepidate'.
Tailor-made for Twitter https://t.co/80GZVg3Itd
EU from NYT... "Europe was supposedly done with political histrionics. In the face of the pandemic, a continent not known for common purpose had put aside long-festering national suspicions to forge a collective economic rescue, raising hopes a sustainable recovery was underway"
אם המנהיגים יכולים גם אנשי החדשות יכולים: ברכה משולשת של מגישי המהדורות - בדובאי, בחריין ונווה אילן https://t.co/4VF7527i6S
This is pretty remarkable. Yonit Levi, who is (for want of a better comparison) the Huw Edwards or Sophie Raworth of Israel, introducing the evening news in live-link with evening news presenters UAE and Bahrain. It’s v good PR if nothing else https://t.co/uD3geXVRcd
Palestinians have had the same strategy for years: fight for a two-state solution, appeal to international law, and lean on Arab allies for support. They're sticking to that old playbook, even as the UAE/Bahrain open to Israel. Critics want a change. https://t.co/3mqDp7Opej