The article is all about wine from the Judean Hills around Jerusalem. At least one of the vineyards is in the West Bank, in the illegal settlement of Psagot (and others vaguely alluded to are in the Golan); but the article doesn't refer to settlements.
Benjamin Netanyahu was facing a cabinet revolt on Wednesday over his decision to agree a ceasefire with Hamas amid widespread scepticism that either Israel or the Palestinians had gained anything from the 50-day conflict.
... the official twitter account of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu posted something of its own.
"RT THIS: Hamas is ISIS. ISIS is Hamas. They're enemies of Peace. They're enemies of all civilized countries," the tweet read,
It's no secret that the death tolls in the Israel-Palestine conflict are lopsided ... But just how lopsided is driven home by looking at the ... fatality statistics, which the Israeli HR org B'Tselem has been tracking since 2000.
Israelis and Palestinians have agreed to an indefinite ceasefire, ending Israel's 50-day assault on the Gaza Strip. Palestinian health officials say 2,139 people, most of them civilians, including more than 490 children, were killed in the Israeli offens