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Israelis Developing Alternatives to Arab Oil

February 1, 2006

An Israeli inventor and company are trying to use garbage and leftover olive pulp from olive-oil factories, respectively, to replace oil in providing fuel and electricity to the Jewish state. From one ton of garbage, half a ton of oil or 300 kg (662 lbs.) of gas or 150 kg (331 lbs.) of green coal can be extracted to produce electricity, according to inventor Dr. Sergei Rosenberg.

Rosenberg gained the experience necessary to come up with his invention from working in Russia before he immigrated to Israel. “In Russia, I helped with the building of an artificial reservoir, a number of power stations, and I designed the water system for the nuclear core in Chernobyl.”

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Computer Virus-  Are Their Days Numbered?

February 1, 2006

A Tel Aviv team has cornered the deadly, dastardly computer virus menace. The thought of those vicious virus monsters cringing in fear of their demise is a delight.

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Millions Of Christians Pray For Israel

November 27, 2005

Tens of millions of Christians around the world joined their voices in prayer on October 2, calling on the Creator of heaven and earth to send His peace to Jerusalem, the capital of Israel.

According to the United States-based leadership behind the second annual International Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem, Bible-believers, in churches and meetings across the globe, focused their thoughts and prayers on the ancient metropolis whose name in Hebrew means “city of peace.”

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Christian Allies Of Israel Honored

November 27, 2005

In a sign of the increasing cooperation between Israel and the Christian evangelical world, several Israel-based Christian groups were honored in October in Jerusalem for their unequivocal support for the State of Israel.

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Ashkelon Desalinization Plant Up and Running

November 27, 2005

The much anticipated Ashkelon water desalinization plant is up and running, with treated seawater already being supplied to the Negev from the Mediterranean Sea.

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Double-Decker Tour Bus

October 3, 2005

This past summer, Jerusalem inaugurated a new “City Tour” bus line, utilizing a bright red double-decker bus. If you have ever visited London, you have probably enjoyed sightseeing from the top of such a bus; now you can have the same kind of experience in Jerusalem.

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Cell-Phone Service Tracks Children

October 3, 2005

With the push of a few buttons on a cellular phone, Israeli parents will soon be able to detect the real-time location of their children. Two Israeli cell-phone companies announced that they will be providing a service through which customers will be able to track the precise location of their child within seconds.

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Date Palm Sprouts After 2,000 Years

October 3, 2005

Israeli researchers have germinated a sapling date palm from seeds 2,000 years old, in a bid to find new medicines that will benefit future generations.

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Iraqi Visitor- Arabs Have Good Life Under Israel

August 8, 2005

Those Arabs living in Israel and areas under the Jewish state’s overall control enjoy far greater freedoms than any of their brethren throughout the Middle East, said Mithal Al-Alusi, leader of the Democratic Party of Iraq, after visiting Israel.

“I am sure that the Palestinian [Arabs] in Israel have more rights than in any other Arab country, and even the Iraqi citizens during the time of Saddam [Hussein],” he said.

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1.8 Million Tourists Expected in 2005

August 8, 2005

According to Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) and Ministry of Tourism, first-quarter 2005 tourist arrivals jumped 25% over the same period last year, with 373,000 visitors. The jump raised expectations of a total annual figure of 1.8 million tourists—higher than anticipated. Significant increases in tourist traffic were registered from Britain, Germany, the United States, France, Italy, and other countries.

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