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First FDA-cleared Home Monitor for Macular Degeneration

A revolutionary home monitoring system from the Israeli company Notal Vision keeps a daily eye on the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the Western world’s leading cause of vision loss. Monitoring is critical, as AMD can suddenly advance from the common “dry” form—where the light-sensitive cells of the eye’s macula slowly break down—to the

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Meet I-Robot: The First Soldier to Enter Terror Tunnels

I-robot is the first Israel Defense Forces [IDF] soldier to enter discovered terrorist tunnels. This robot, developed by the Ammunition Corps, has the ability to go through almost every terrain and is equipped with video cameras, encrypted wireless communication as well as lighting apparels, so it can travel underground. “We can adapt the I-robot to

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United They Shoot

Israel Threatened by Palestinian Unity It was one of the most dangerous handshakes in modern history. Normally, handshakes are identified with peace. World leaders at peace conferences symbolically bridge their differences by pressing flesh. But the agreement that reunited the Palestinian factions of Hamas and Fatah was anything but peaceful. It is an unholy union

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Unusual Seal Uncovered

 An 800-year-old lead seal stamped by the monastery of St. Sabas was found in archaeological excavations carried out by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) in Jerusalem. The artifacts discovered during the excavations reflected daily life in the farmstead. Surprisingly, while processing the excavation finds, a rare lead seal dating to the Crusader period came to

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Egyptian Greetings in the Jezreel Valley

An ancient coffin containing a skeleton was revealed in the Jezreel Valley near Tel Shadud. Following the discovery, the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) conducted a salvage excavation. It was determined by archaeologists from the IAA that the coffin, which contained personal belongings of an obviously wealthy Canaanite who was possibly an official of the Egyptian

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Ancient Village Discovered Near “Burma Road”

Photo credit: Ashernet and Israel Antiquities Authority The remnants of a rural settlement that was occupied for approximately two centuries during the Second Temple Period were uncovered near the “Burma Road” [by-pass road to Jerusalem in 1948]. The excavations, which covered about 750 square meters [8,073 sq ft], revealed a small settlement with a few

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Official PA Cartoon Depicts Destruction of Israel

A cartoon in the official PA [Palestinian Authority] daily presents the reconciliation and unity between Fatah and Hamas as a means to destroy Israelis/Jews. Photo credit: palwatch.org Israel is depicted as the head of a snake or worm, wearing a Jewish skull cap with a Star of David on it. The head may be intended

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Alarming Success of Extremist Parties in Europe

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has voiced concern at the growing success of extremist parties, including neo-Nazi parties, in the European Parliament elections. The “alarming” results came on the heels of the deadly attack at the Brussels Jewish Museum, in which four people were killed by an unidentified gunman in an attack authorities have described as

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Palestinian Militancy

www.wiipedia.org/ManaralZraiy Fatah Central Committee member Tawfiq Tirawi: “A national enterprise cannot succeed without the National Liberation Movement, Fatah. We in this movement have not cast down the rifle and have not let go of the rifle. The rifle is here! The method of struggle we are adopting now (i.e., negotiations) is [only] one of the

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Prime Minister Netanyahu Speaks

On Syria “…My friends, I’ve come here to draw a clear line. “You know that I like to draw lines, especially red ones. But the line I want to draw today is the line between life and death, between right and wrong, between the blessings of a brilliant future and the curses of a dark

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Virtual 3D Tour of the Knesset Launched

The Knesset, in cooperation with Google, launched a virtual, three-dimensional tour of the Israeli parliament building with Google’s “Street View” feature. The Knesset is now a part of a select group of parliaments and government buildings—including the White House, 10 Downing Street and the Canadian parliament—which people can visit with a click of the mouse.

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First Arab-Israeli Woman Wins Israel’s Master Chef

May 27, 2014

Nof Atamna-Ismaeel, an Arab woman with a PhD in marine microbiology, has won Israel’s highest honor for an amateur chef—the title of Master Chef. “The moment they announced it, I couldn’t contain my joy…it means I’ll be able to fulfill my dream.” That dream, says Atamna-Ismaeel, is to open an Arab-Jewish cooking school in her

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