Report: Mossad recruiting Algerian youth
According to a report issued on Wednesday by an Algerian newsletter, Mossad, the Israeli spy agency, has begun to recruit Algerian youths to fight alongside the Syrian opposition, in the battle against Bashar al-Assad.
‘Letter to a Refusing Pilot’ by Akram Zaatari
Akram Zaatari, who was selected to represent Lebanon at the 55th Venice Biennale, focused on an Israeli Air Force pilot’s act of conscientious objection with a quiet, evocative film.
Netanyahu warned of economic threats of stalled peace process
Some prominent Israeli businessmen have warned their Prime Minister that the stalled peace processes may serve to endanger the Israeli economy.
Rounds Brings Co-browsing To Mobile To Let Friends Surf The Web Together During Live Video Chats
Rounds, the video chat app and Israeli startup backed by $5.5 million in funding from Verizon Investments, Rhodium and DFJ’s Tim Draper among others, has been slowly expanding across platforms. Originally built as a Facebook-centric experience, Rounds expanded to the desktop last summer, launched Mac and Windows apps to allow its users to send and receive video calls without using their browser or signing into Facebook. A few months later, Rounds went mobile, officially debuting its first native apps for iOS and Android.
Memo From Jerusalem: Trying to Revive Mideast Peace Talks, Kerry Finds a Conflicted Israel
The Israeli divide was on stark display last week, as several right-wing ministers in the government professed their opposition to a Palestinian state.