Welcome to Gilis Good Newsletter #60!
This newsletter puts together a little bit about what’s been happening in Israel over the last week. We try to keep it positive. That’s why it’s the Good Newsletter.
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Shavuot is fast approaching; the last day to order Shavuot Baskets to Jerusalem for chag is Wednesday morning. Order now.
This week, an arch-terrorist was killed when two assailants on motorcycles shot him in his driveway. Iran has promised the same fire and brimstone they usually have for us, and we pray they will not be successful in avenging his death.
Summer is almost here, the calendar turns to June this coming week, and travel to Israel is heating up. I’ve included an article from Israel21C titled “10 ways to travel Israel on a budget”. Enjoy!
Turkey-Israel ties are warming up with the Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu came to Jerusalem this week. Speaking at a joint press conference on Wednesday, Yair Lapid announced that they agreed to relaunch their Joint Economic Commission. They’re also working on a civil aviation agreement that will enable Israeli airlines to fly to Turkey, a popular destination for many Israelis.
Finally, an archeological site in eastern Galilee has given us information about daily life in the Hasmonean period. The site was abandoned 2100 years ago, and because it was all left intact, it’s providing us with a window into the time.
As always, I hope to make you smile with some articles and nuggets from the past week.
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Shabbat Shalom and Good Shabbos.