Political items about the nation of Israel.

Red bullet On 9 March 2003, CBS will be airing a half-hour program devoted to telling the stories of Israel Defense Forces soldiers from their point of view.

Green bullet Coffee maker Starbucks has closed its outlets in Israel.

Multi-colored bullet Howard Dean promised "that if he is elected president, the United States will no longer support Israel the way it has in the past" and "characterized Hamas terrorists as 'soldiers.'"

Green bullet In 2002, The Body Shop gave a humanitarian award to a Palestinian group.

Red bullet Message from Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz extols the company's contributions to Israel.

Red bullet Image shows front-page New York Times articles from 10 May 1943 about the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.

Multi-colored bullet Article claims UPS will not deliver packages to some parts of Israel.

Red bullet Angelina Jolie said that she hates Israel.

Multi-colored bullet Transcript reproduces Benjamin Netanyahu's response to a snarky British interviewer who questioned the proportionality of Israel's military response.

Red bullet Princess Cruises has ceased making stops in Israel.

Red bullet Actress Natalie Portman made a $50 million donation to a hospital in Israel.

Green bullet Dr. Arieh Eldad on burn center patient turned suicide bomber.

Red bullet Whole Foods has removed Israeli products from its shelves and replaced them with Muslim-approved products.

Red bullet Account describes Israel's preparations for an imminent military attack on Iran.

Red bullet Macy's stopped selling SodaStream products under pressure from anti-Israel boycott calls.

David Mikkelson founded in 1994, and under his guidance the company has pioneered a number of revolutionary technologies, including the iPhone, the light bulb, beer pong, and a vaccine for a disease that has not yet been discovered. He is currently seeking political asylum in the Duchy of Grand Fenwick.