Israel Is Not Isolated, It Is Highly Sought After

(Israel Hayom) Shlomo Cesana - "Israel is not isolated," Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely said in an interview. "Quite the opposite, actually." Israel enjoys flourishing commerce and active diplomatic relations with 80% of the world's nations. "Today, Israel is holding the U.S.'s hand on one side - a very strong ally - and on the other side the hands of India, China and Japan," she says. "In the East, the discourse is about what Israel contributes to the world....There is a lot of warmth coming in Israel's direction from countries that, for years, were aligned with the Arab world. These countries have become fans of Israel....In the Far East Israel is seen as a superpower. A country unparalleled in its work ethic. They want to learn from Israel about entrepreneurship." "In Europe there has also been a shift. The French know that global terrorism tops their agenda right now....The main topic of conversation is how to fight terrorism and how to use Israel's cyber know-how to fight radical Islamism....We have now entered a new era in international discourse. It is all about global solutions in medicine, agriculture, cyber warfare and technological innovation."

2016-01-11 00:00:00

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