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The only solution is recognition and compensation

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Israel is a very modern country: a strong army, an advanced economy, a modern society and one of the world’s most powerful countries in innovation and scientific development in the field of high technology and nanotechnology. However, the most important thing Israel produces is news, as it is the largest news factory in the world.

Every week, every day and every hour, news is made and reported, continuously reverberating across the world given the domination of Zionist Movement parities over the world’s major newspapers and media outlets. Even before the current wave of satellite stations that broadcast an hourly news bulletin, the Israeli radio would broadcast an extensive news bulletin every hour and a summary every half an hour.

This excessive news reporting of every event occurring in Israel causes those who regularly follow the news to be constantly preoccupied and unable to find the necessary time to consider and assess the events of the past weeks, months, years and decades. They also don’t have enough time to reflect on the future.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu [ODED BALILTY/AFP/Getty Images]

There has been a flood of events in Israel reported this week, including recommendations issued by the police and legal bodies that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be tried in the courts on bribery charges and the repercussions this will have on the stability of his position. It also includes the calculated military provocations on the borders with Lebanon, carried out two days ago due to Hezbollah’s offensive tunnels and partisan actions regarding the expectations of early parliamentary elections in the next three to six months. Despite all of these events, what caught my eye and prompted me to look past........

© Middle East Monitor