Etre chrétien à Gaza

Etre chrétien à Gaza ; leur nombre tend à diminuer, la vie pour eux est impossible - 
par exemple envoyer un enfant dans une école catholique, 500 dollars par an ; c'est une somme absolument énorme. 
Et un enfant qui va dans une école du Hamas va dans une école musulmane avec les risques de conversion, par adhésion à la foi, par peur, par sentiment d'être abandonné du monde chrétien.

source http://www.i24news.tv/fr/tv/revoir/reportage/3062728151001


Cours sans te retourner

“Cours sans te retourner” – film adapté du best-seller d’Uri Orlev – bientôt en salle en Suisse? 
Srulik, un jeune garçon juif polonais réussit à s’enfuir du Ghetto de Varsovie.Il se cache dans la forêt, puis trouve refuge chez Magda, une jeune femme catholique. Magda étant surveillée par les Allemands, il doit la quitter et va de ferme en ferme chercher du travail pour se nourrir.Pour survivre il doit oublier son nom et cacher qu’il est juif.... 

Cet article a été initialement publié par ©coolisrael.fr. Lire la suite ici ► coolisrael.fr/21501/cours-sans-te-retourner-film-adapte-d...

Happy 2015

Merci de votre fidélité, meilleurs voeux pour l'année 2015

Bonne et Heureuse Année


Palestinian draft resolution defeated at UN Security Council

Palestinian draft resolution defeated at UN Security Council - Statement by Counsellor Israel Nitzan

"The Palestinians have found every possible opportunity to avoid direct negotiations with Israel. They have engaged in a never-ending string of political games, and now they are parading into this Council with preposterous unilateral proposals. I have news for the Palestinians - you cannot agitate and provoke your way to a state. I urge the Council to stop indulging the Palestinians and put an end to their march of folly."



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6 soups and stews from Israel to warm you this winter

These hearty dishes will make you forget about the cold weather.

A good soup can warm your body from the inside. When winter begins, so too do people's cravings for steamy bowls of broth. The cuisine of every country that experiences cold weather has at least a few trademark soups and stews. The best of these recipes are often exported to other four-season places around the globe. 

This is the case in Israel, which has a cuisine that features a number of warming soups and stews that have been introduced by immigrants over centuries. These dishes are a worthwhile addition to anyone's menu of cold weather comfort foods. Here are six of the best soups and stews that have found their way into the cuisine of Israel.

Shakshouka is an egg dish that has many different versions. The traditional recipe is quite simple: eggs poached in a tomato sauce spiced with peppers. Often, crushed garlic, fresh herbs or cumin are added to the stew as flavor enhancers. Modern incarnations of this popular dish are sometimes topped with cheese, sour cream or chili sauce. Many people see Shakshouka as a breakfast food because the main ingredient is egg. In Israel and the Mediterranean region, however, it is often eaten at dinnertime. A variation of this dish is popular in Tunisia, and it was brought to Israel by immigrants from that country.  voir les autres recettes sur le site:




Statistique des guerres….

Depuis 1960 en Afrique : total des morts (guerre-massacre) : 9 millions 




source http://www.statistiques-mondiales.com/afrique_guerres.htm


voir aussi :

liste des conflits et des nombres de morts on remarque qu'avec 22000 morts depuis 1948, le conflit "israelo-palestinien" n'a pas fait autant de morts que des conflits dont on parle peu-jamais ou rarement dans les médias.

source :http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_des_guerres_modernes

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10 gorgeous reasons to visit Israel next year

Israel is arguably one of the world’s smallest countries. Yet small as it may be, it has to be one of the most exciting places on earth.

It’s a country that can be an inspiration to all – the only place in the region where all religions live side by side under a solid democracy. It has become an international center for innovation and development, despite all geographical and political struggles. Even the desert flourishes in Israel.A visit to the Holy Land may prove to be a spiritual experience even for those of who are not religious, considering how reach in history the land is. There is so much to be in awe for.

As 2014 comes to an end, it’s time to list my top 10 reasons for why you should start planning your visit here in 2015, in case you haven’t done so yet.

1. See the desert bloom (Spring)

The Negev desert is famous for its beautiful and arid landscape. There is a time in the year when, for a mere couple of months, the desert transforms and become dotted with lush and colorful fields. Spring comes early in Israel, and February is the peak season to see the forests of the northern Negev filled with flowers and visitors alike. The “Red South” festival is celebrated during this month, offering plenty of activities revolving the blooming scenery.


Read more: 10 gorgeous reasons to visit Israel next year | Noam Chen | The Blogs | The Times of Israelhttp://blogs.timesofisrael.com/10-gorgeous-reasons-to-visit-israel-next-year/#ixzz3NH9CZQM1 
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