How to read the Israeli version of Sprout

Sprout is a social portal that enables you to see, like, comment, share, and download content from thousands of other websites and apps.

Its goal is to create a single place where Israelis can get news and information about Israel, its policies, and its people, regardless of where they live.

The platform is currently in the process of migrating its content to its native Arabic language.

Sprout’s social network has a massive user base that includes many influential Israeli journalists and celebrities.

Some of the sites users have to choose from are the Huffington Post, Israel Today, Ynet, and Haaretz.

As of August, Sprout had over 2.3 million active users.

The site was launched by Yair Shalev, the former editor-in-chief of the Israel Hayom newspaper.

He founded Sprout with a friend in 2014.

The company’s founders have been active on Twitter, where they are the most active users, according to Twitter data.

But they are also active on the Sprout community forums, where people can interact and post.

On Twitter, many of the Sprouts most active members are Israeli Jews.

Many of the users are active on Sprout as well, and they often post about their daily lives.

Some are active at the same time.

On September 9, the website was inundated with comments and criticism of Sprouts policies.

Some Sprout users were also disappointed by the lack of information on the Palestinian Authority and its activities.

The Palestinian Authority (PA) is currently occupying East Jerusalem, where the Jewish settlement of Amona is located.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly stated that the Palestinian authority is an illegitimate entity, and the PA’s declaration of independence from Israel on July 24, 1948, was a war crime.

Some Palestinian citizens of Israel and some of its citizens living in occupied East Jerusalem have also been victims of Israeli violence, including in recent years in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

The PA has repeatedly condemned the ongoing Israeli occupation of East Jerusalem.

In October, the Palestinian Foreign Ministry accused Israel of committing war crimes in the Gaza Strip by its military actions against Hamas and other armed groups in the Strip.

Israel has consistently denied the allegations.

According to a September 15 report by Human Rights Watch (HRW), Israeli forces killed more than 3,200 Palestinians, including 3,400 children, during a 2014 assault on Gaza.

According of the report, Israeli forces carried out an indiscriminate assault on the Gaza strip, with the intention of killing civilians.

The Israeli military also used live ammunition and tear gas during the operation, which killed more then 600 Palestinians.

According the report by HRW, the Israeli government has continued to violate international law and human rights in the occupied Palestinian territories.

In addition, the Israel Defence Forces has committed serious violations of international law by using excessive force, using excessive and disproportionate force, and violating civilians’ rights.

In the summer of 2017, Israel carried out the largest military operation in the history of the Palestinian people in the East Jerusalem and the Gaza territories.

The IDF killed at least 565 Palestinians and injured over 1,200 others in the operation.

The operation, called “Operation Protective Edge,” resulted in the deaths of more than 1,100 Palestinians, according the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.

The United Nations has estimated that some 80,000 Palestinians, mostly civilians, were killed in the “Operation Cast Lead,” including over 300 children.

The UN has also stated that at least 4,000 homes were destroyed during the “Cast Lead” operation.

During the military campaign, Israel’s forces also used “round-the-clock” artillery, rocket launchers, and “unprecedented” aerial bombardments.

During a briefing by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on the operation for the Human Rights Council on September 20, 2017, Israeli Prime Ministry Spokesperson Emmanuel Nahshon said the operation was aimed at destroying Hamas’ rocket arsenal and its tunnels.

The Israel Defence Force (IDF) said in response that it “never targets civilians in the densely populated East Jerusalem neighborhoods,” according to Haaretz, which quoted IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot as saying during the briefing.

“The military operation is focused on the targets and targets only.

The targets are Hamas, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, and Fatah, and not the civilian population,” he added.

A spokesperson for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs did not respond to the article.

A new website is being built for the Sprouted project.

The new site will feature the Sprouting community’s comments on articles published by Israel Hayome, Haaretz and other major Israeli media outlets.

Sprouted is not a news aggregator.

Instead, it offers a wide range of news, features, and news content that users can read and comment on.

The content can include news, analysis, opinion, cartoons, videos, pictures, memes, and other content.

Some members of the public are already familiar with the