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Why Trump Had to “Nix” the Iran Nuclear Deal

All that was at stake was world peace—or at least, nuclear peace. The question hanging before the United States (US) and Europe—and of critical interest to Israel—was whether it was better to keep the flawed nuclear Iran deal or to have no deal at all. In May this year, the US President Donald Trump administration

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Turning Trash into “Mines of the Future”

Stinking trash heaps are traditionally not the first place one would expect to find anything of use. Israeli firm, UBQ Materials, begs to differ. In fact, according to Christopher Sveen, chief sustainability officer at UBQ, rotting landfills are the “mines of the future.” The company operating from Israel’s Negev desert is currently perfecting waste-conversion technology

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2,000-Year-Old Burial Cave Found

A fine and complex burial cave, dating back some 2,000 years from the Roman period, came to light recently in Tiberias. A mechanical digger, excavating the site for a new neighborhood in the municipality, exposed the cave entrance, and the contractor informed the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) of the discovery immediately. The rock-hewn cave comprised

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Seventy Years of the State and the Scrolls

Researchers from all over the world and experts in many fields of knowledge, including archaeology and other sciences, gathered in Jerusalem to discuss different aspects of the Judean Desert where the Dead Sea Scrolls were unearthed, both as the physical site of desert communities and as the symbolic place where biblical events and stories were

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2,000-Year-Old Pottery Vessels Discovered in Cave in Northern Israel

Tuesday, 03 July 2018 | In a joint operation by the Sefad Academic College, The Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA), The Israel Cave Research Center and the Israel Cave Explorers Club, large wine jars, a cooking pot and other pottery vessels over 2,000 years old were salvaged over the weekend in a complex operation from a

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Israeli Medical Team Using Enzyme-Based Therapy to Treat Guatemalan Volcano Burn Victims

Wednesday, 13 June 2018 | An Israeli team specializing in treating victims of burns and respiratory diseases has been using an enzyme-based gel to treat patients suffering from burns resulting from the eruption of the Fuego volcano in Guatemala, The Jerusalem Post reported Sunday. The gel was developed in Israel. Israel’s Foreign Ministry revealed that

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Israel Rushes Aid Team to Volcano-ravaged Guatemala

June 7, 2018

Thursday, 07 June 2018 | Homes and cars buried under tons of volcanic ash and magma mud. Fiery gas and molten lava engulfing everything in its path. A village wiped out almost entirely from the map. This is the picture of a devastated Guatemala reeling in the aftermath of the worst volcanic eruption in over

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Israeli Farmers to Take Kite Terror to International Court

May 29, 2018

Tuesday, 29 May 2018 | In light of the recent spate of incendiary “kite terror” attacks from Gaza plaguing their fields, Israeli farmers from the region announced Sunday that they intend to sue the Hamas leadership for war crimes at the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague. The announcement comes after the Palestinians announced

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Louisiana Becomes 25th State to Prohibit Business Ties with Companies that Boycott Israel

Thursday, 24 May 2018 | Louisiana on Tuesday became the 25th US state to enact legislation or executive orders against the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) Movement, The Times-Picayune reported. Gov. John Bel Edwards issued an executive order prohibiting the Louisiana state government from executing contracts with businesses that engage in the boycott of Israel.

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Paraguay Becomes Third Nation to Open Embassy in Jerusalem

Tuesday, 22 May 2018 | On Monday, Paraguay became the third country to open its embassy in Jerusalem, The Jerusalem Post reported. Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes, along with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, opened the embassy in the Malha Technological Park, the same building where Guatemala inaugurated its embassy in Jerusalem last week. During the

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