Sure! Since I cannot travel to Israel, the only way to keep in touch with what is going on there is by reading five ME papers plus one other foreign news source every day. Ok. It is not as good as being on the spot; but if I have to listen to biased news, best to hear both sides. Straight from the horses mouth, so to speak. Haaretz is about as close as I can get, and publishes both sides of a controversy. Good journalisism there! And, BTW, I am not anti-Israel. I am pro-peace, which means pro-Israel AND pro-Palestine.
Doctors Without Borders leaves northern Afghan city of Kunduz after airstrike destroys hospital (AP)
from the article: Obama, the first U.S. president to tell AIPAC the truth