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The Ten Most Shared Israellycool Posts Of 2015

What were the Israellycool posts that really seemed to strike a chord with you in 2015?

Here are the top 10, based on Facebook shares (Twitter no longer provides the numbers of tweets).

Reader Post: Confessions Of A Pro-Palestinian Activist In Hebron 2007

By Daniel Borg (first posted August 22nd)

Facebook shares: 7.1K

It’s A Wedding And You’re Invited

By Varda Epstein (first posted November 17th)

Facebook shares: 7.8K

The Litman Murders: The Untold Story Of An Empty Wedding Hall

By Varda Epstein (first posted November 15th)

Facebook shares: 8K

#BDSFail: Jewish Student Unanimously Beats Ethics Probe After Standing Up To Anti-Israel Protesters

By Judean Peoples Front (first posted December 8th)

Facebook shares: 8.6K

Reader Post: Trending On Twitter #IndiaWithIsrael Upsetting Palestinian Activists

By Vijeta Uniyal (first posted June 28th)

Facebook shares: 8.9K

Mohammad Zoabi Breaks His Silence

By Aussie Dave (first posted January 4th)

Facebook shares: 9.3K

Clint Eastwood: “I’m A Big Supporter Of Israel”

By Aussie Dave (first posted January 16th)

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Facebook shares: 10K

Seen In Gaza: Edgy Fashion

By Aussie Dave (first posted November 1st)

Facebook shares: 11K

A Map Of Palestine From 1759!

By Deebo (first posted November 14th)

Facebook shares: 19K

Jimmy Carter: Hamas Wants Peace, Netanyahu Doesn’t

by Aussie Dave (first posted May 3rd)

Facebook shares: 41K

About the author

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David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media
Picture of David Lange

David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media
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