IDF soldiers are guilty of Crimes For Humanity

by David Kramer

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IDF soldiers are guilty of Crimes For Humanity By David Kramer, Arutz 7 The recent announcement by the International Criminal Court (ICC) to open a probe of War Crimes against Israeli actions and soldiers requires an investigation into the behavior of Israel’s (IDF) soldiers and their treatment toward their fellow human beings. It also begs…



25 smartest countries in the world

by David Kramer

How smart is the country you live in? Very interesting to read Forbes report and ranking of the 25 smartest countries in the world. Voucherclowd performed the research and rated countries collective intelligence according to three factors: the number of Nobel Prizes each nation has won to represent historic intelligence, the current average IQ and…



Light up Africa

by David Kramer

Native-born Israeli, Sivan Ya’ari, landed her first job in Africa in 1998, as the head of quality control for a multinational clothing company. The experience provided her with first-hand exposure to the poverty that exists in the African continent, motivating her to complete a Master’s degree in Energy and Environment from Columbia University and start…



Miracle Mission from Jerusalem to Ethiopia

by David Kramer

On a recent trip to Ethiopia, eight doctors, three nurses and one physical therapist from the Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem travelled on a weeklong medical mission to the city of Mekelle, in the African country’s north. Led by Dr. Josh Schroeder, a spine surgeon at Hadassah and Dr. Allon Moses, the chairman of Hadassah’s…



Down the tunnel after Hadar Goldin

by David Kramer

During the fighting in the Gaza Strip in 2014, Hamas terrorists emerged from a tunnel shaft in the vicinity of a group of Israeli soldiers. One of the terrorists proceeded to detonate himself, killing three IDF soldiers in the process and kidnapping the body of one of them, Lt. Hadar Goldin, dragging him down the…



A Patients Letter to Staff at Sharee Zedek Hospital

by David Kramer

On April 10, 2019 I met with Audrey Gross who works in the Public Affairs department of Shaare Zedek Hospital (“Gates of Righteousness”) in Jerusalem. Shaare Zedek is today the city’s fastest growing hospital and the only major medical facility in the city’s center. Shaare Zedek is well known internationally for its emergency response systems…



An Animals Best Friend – Ofer Drori

by David Kramer

When Israeli photojournalist, Ofir Drori, left for a trip to Africa, following four years in the Israeli army, he never would have imagined that this decision would change his life and that he would become an award-winning wildlife activist, spearheading the fight against the illegal animal trafficking industry in Africa. While travelling to Cameroon, Drori…



Drama on Everest

by David Kramer

In May 2012 Israeli mountain climber and photographer Nadav Ben Yehuda was only 300 meters from the summit of Mount Everest and on his way to becoming the youngest Israeli to climb the world’s highest mountain, when he spotted someone lying inside a crack in the ice, clearly in trouble. He recognized Aydin Irmak, a…



History In The Making!

by David Kramer

History in the making! United Arab Emirate officials arrive at Ben Gurion International Airport this afternoon kicking off agreements of the Abraham Accord, signed between Israel and the UAE in Washington last month.   The Etihad 787-10 Dreamliner arrived with 58 passengers on board and was greeted in a festive ceremony. “We are very excited…