About

Welcome to News Beyond News!

My name is Yip Bop and my blog is entitled “NewsBeyondNews” to enlighten you about our World with stories and insights that may not be written in your daily newspaper. I started this blog in 2009 after many years of editorial writings, maturity, spirituality and an innate talent to translate thoughts and daily events into a more understandable and forthright way so as to free humanity of deception and lies while seeing our world through a new and realistic prism.

News Beyond News will generally address and comment on the different political, social, religious, and economic issues and views in Israel and the world. These assays will neither be politically left, right, nor center, the aim is to present the truth and the comments are based on nothing other than documented facts.

At other times, this blog will also review medical advances, problems facing patients and comment and advise on these issues.

You can contact Yip Bob with your thoughts, comments and criticisms (which will be welcome) at or with the online form.

One Response to “About”

  1. Lonnie Monka August 5, 2010 at 9:42 am Permalink

    Hello Mr. Bop.

    I looked through many of your articles, and I enjoyed their piercing, and concise character; I look forward to reading more in the future.

    I actually came across your site searching for Jewish news organizations in the US. I’m currently interning for an Israeli NGO dedicated to assisting professionals making aliyah to optimally integrate in to the Israeli workforce (the link to our site is above). I am contacting you to see if you have any suggestions to help me find ways to compel news organizations in the US to write about Gvahim; I think people coming from the US, or anywhere in the english-speaking world, would be excited to hear about working professionals, who not only picked up in the midst of their careers and moved to Israel, but also succeeded in finding appropriate work; further, the organization is young, and first emerged for French olim, so thus far, most media exposure has been either in France, or here in Israel.

    Considering your experience with journalism I figured you may have some suggestions for me; I have been sending many emails out to editors but have received no responses.

    Thanks for your time,
    Lonnie Monka

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