Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Photo Editing Israel’s Online Image

On open-source sites like Google Maps and Flickr, the picture isn’t always pretty. Media Consul David Saranga hopes a blogger tour will help.

03/06/2009
Staff Writer

A simple search for “Israel” on Google Maps will give you more than just roadways and town names: photographed piles of Gazan rubble will pop out of the map, taking precedent over images of Israel’s popular landmarks and landscapes.
 

David Saranga hopes to replace images of destruction like this one with photos of everyday, "real" Israeli life.  Google images

Scenes From The Haiti Relief Mission

Israel’s medical team coping under extremes.

01/28/2010
Assistant Managing Editor

On Day 10 of the Israeli mission in Haiti, Danny Biran paused during a phone conversation as a helicopter hovered above him.
“He’s looking for a place to land,” said Biran, an official of Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs who has been in Haiti since 36 hours after the Jan. 12 earthquake.

Israeli doctors work on an injured infant at the Israeli Army hospital in Port-au-Prince. Getty Images

Fundraising With A Mom’s Touch

06/11/2008
Editorial Intern
Eleven-year-old Benjamin Sternklar Davis felt far away from the safety of his Upper West Side home as he walked through the debris-strewn streets of Sderot, in southern Israel. Visiting homes that had been devastated by rocket fire, Benjamin and his mother Sarah wandered through rubble riddled with household items — half-completed math homework, a shredded teddy bear, a frying pan.
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