An entire article about all your accomplishments. They are worthy, I thank you for your service to the State.
However, this nothing more than a "Ma'amdi B'Sha'a Ha Zu" (My standing at this hour) self-congratulatory article written by a worthy political appointee who has served his appointer, the Prime Minister of Israel very well.
I am just wondering given that you, Ambassador Mr. Oren, are such a clever author and worthy ambassador why it is that in such a long article you didn't find a way to include two or three sentences about the plight of the Israeli Foreign Ministry's career diplomats! Or at the very least to thank the professional staff at our embassy in Washington - you know, your driver, your security guards, your assistants, the professional diplomatic staff who kept you in place and by their good works gave you the time to write those 45 articles.
Lo B'Keta Ra (Not in a bad way) but wouldn't it have been really very Israeli to thank them and to mention their plight and the reason they are carrying out sanctions?