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A Year of Crisis

Dispatch from Jerusalem

Plastic-eating Bacteria

Pollution stemming from plastic products, especially in the oceans, is fast becoming a huge environmental concern. According to an article in EcoWatch, in Los Angeles alone, a staggering 10 metric tons of plastic in one form or another are carried into the Pacific Ocean each day. Approximately 500 billion plastic bags are used in the

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Taking Radiation Protection to a New Level

The Israel Space Agency signed a Declaration of Intent on the launching of an innovative Israeli development, a radiation protection suit, on the next test flight of the spacecraft ‘Orion’ which is scheduled to reach Mars. Science, Technology and Space Minister Ofir Akunis said: “Israeli space technology is known as innovative, reflecting ‘out of the

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What’s In a Name?

In the words of King Solomon, “A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches…” (Prov. 22:1). Names represent so much more than just a label by which we identify people, places or things. They bring with them memories, both good and bad; they represent our various roles in the lives of others;

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Iran Responsible for 80% of Israel’s Security Threats

Tuesday, 07 March 2017 | According to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the overwhelming majority of security threats the Jewish state faces originate from one source: the Islamic Republic of Iran. Speaking at a ceremony held at the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem to mark the 25th anniversary of the 1992 Iran-sponsored bombing of the Israeli embassy

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4,000-Year-Old Art Found in Galilean Dolmen

Tuesday, 07 March, 2017 | Dolmens, one of the archaeological features that are found in many locations in the world, have both interested and perplexed archaeologists over the years. A dolmen (stone table) is a megalithic structure (mega = large, lithos = stone) thousands of years old that is built of huge stones. The basic

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Volunteering at Qumran

When you volunteer with Bridges for Peace, you never know what special opportunities may come your way as it is our goal to enrich the lives of our volunteers as they serve in the Land. Recently we were able to go down to Qumran, near the Dead Sea, to help with an archaeological dig. We

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Report: Hamas Built At Least 15 Terror Tunnels Inside Israel

Wednesday, 01 March 2017 | The terror group Hamas has built at least 15 tunnels that extend into Israel, the country’s Channel 2 reported Sunday, citing members of the government’s security cabinet. Although the Israel Defense Forces [IDF] discovered and destroyed at least 34 tunnels during Operation Protective Edge in 2014, Hamas has been pouring

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Israeli Device Reduces Need for Repeat Breast Cancer Surgery by 50%

Tuesday, 14 February 2017 | Clinical trials of a revolutionary Israeli device have shown that the device cut the need for repeat surgeries by 50 percent for women who undergo lumpectomies, a procedure to remove breast tumors, The Times of Israel reported Thursday. MarginProbe, made by Israel-based Dune Medical Devices, allows a surgeon to examine

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Israeli Archaeologists Find 12th Dead Sea Scrolls Cave

Thursday, 09 February 2017 | Excavations in a cave on the cliffs west of Qumran, near the northwestern shore of the Dead Sea, prove that Dead Sea scrolls from the Second Temple period were hidden in the cave and were looted by Bedouins in the middle of the last century. With the discovery of this

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Israel Unveils Historic “Mikveh” Path

Wednesday, 08 February 2017 | A new path running between two thousand year old ritual baths that were used by pilgrims visiting the Temple Mount is to be inaugurated at the Ophel site in the Davidson Center Archaeological Park, in the ‘Walls Around Jerusalem National Park’. The ‘mikveh’ path, which is experiential, circular and modular,

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