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David’s Sling: Will Handle Multiple Threats

March 31, 2016

During Operation Protective Edge the world became aware of Israel’s Iron Dome air defense system used to intercept and destroy short-range rockets, artillery shells and mortars to protect its civilians. In just 50 days, Hamas militants fired nearly 5,000 rockets and mortars from the Gaza Strip at Israeli targets. The Iron Dome proved invaluable, achieving

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Saving Water—in the Israel Navy

March 25, 2016

Friday, 25 March, 2016 | On March 22, the world marked International Water Day, addressing primarily the importance of water conservation. The IDF has in recent years attached great importance to saving water and the optimal green use of this scarce resource. As part of this effort, the Israeli Navy has launched several projects, most

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Tourists Undeterred

As the tales of nearly daily terror attacks on Israeli civilians and security personnel continue to demand media attention across the globe, international tourists remain undeterred in their desire to visit the Land of Promise. In fact, according to statistics released by the Central Bureau of Statistics, October 2015 proved a record-breaking month as far

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Epic Mountain Bike Race

With no cancellations and an increase of 250 riders from last year’s race, close to 1,000 riders, including 58 professional international riders from abroad, participated in the three-day event that journeys through biblical landscapes and breathtaking views. Epic Israel is designed for mountain bikers who love the hours on the saddle, the spectacular views of

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Solving the Global Water Crisis

Experts, it seems, are unanimous that the world is facing one of its worst water crises in decades. With California, Brazil, North Korea, Puerto Rico, South Africa and India suffering in the grips of the most devastating drought in recent history, water shortages could soon result in teetering governmental systems, displaced populations and ultimately, political

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Jerusalem’s Palestinians Prefer Israeli Citizenship

Israel is no stranger to being fingered as the world’s arch human rights villain. Yet despite the dire picture of apartheid practices, segregation and abuse painted by news headlines and international bodies, the testimony of those living in the Jewish state speaks of a different reality. According to a recent poll, the majority of Jerusalem’s

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Israelis Healthier Than 181 Countries

Life’s hard in Israel, but new data confirms that Israel is among world leaders in length of life. A new study, which includes data for 188 countries, puts Israel very high on the rankings for healthy life expectancy. The report also shows that even though most people around the world are living longer, they’re also

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Israel 4th Best Place to Raise a Family

Israel has ranked fourth out of 41 countries for the best place to raise a family in a new survey published by the expat networking service, InterNations. Austria, Sweden and Finland were cited as the top three locations for children-friendly care, education and recreation. Expats from around the globe took part in the survey and

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Israel Wants Its Christians to Flourish

President Reuven Rivlin recently opened his home to a delegation of European Roman Catholic leaders visiting the Land of Israel, the stage on which the majority of events in Scriptures play out. Addressing the representatives of the Council of the Bishops’ Conferences of Europe (CCEE), President Rivlin’s message spoke straight to the hearts of his

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‘I Am an Arab Muslim and a Proud Israeli Zionist’

Sarah Zoabi has always believed that food brings people together. With a passion for all things edible and a natural talent for dishing up delectable delights, it was hardly surprising that the Arab mother from Nazareth would try her hand at becoming Israel’s next MasterChef. But it was not her culinary skills that launched her

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