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US Decides to Stay Away from ‘Durban III’

Lauder added: “It is our fervent hope that the international community will one day unite in a genuine effort to defeat all forms of racism and anti-Semitism in a United Nations that will be free of all influences that defeat its true purpose.” In a letter to New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, US State Department

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Syria Accused of Backing Protesters Storming Israeli Border

Unlike the border riots on May 15, there were no events on the Lebanese border on Sunday, raising questions as to how hundreds of Syrian protesters were able to reach their border at a time when the Syrian government is brutally repressing its own people in an attempt to crush protests against the regime of

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Egypt’s Tantawi, Barak Discuss Shalit Deal

According to the statement, Barak and Tantawi agreed that maintaining the peace accord between Israel and Egypt is of great importance—a pillar of stability in the region. Political elements told Ynet that the Shalit deal is at a sensitive stage, but has finally been brought back to the negotiating table after a long period of

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New Citrus Supplement Busts Cholesterol and Sugar

The research on this citrus extract is led by Dr. Yaakov Nahmias from the Benin School of Engineering and Computer Science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Maria Shulman, his graduate student. They have isolated the molecule that creates the bitter taste in grapefruits, and have strong clinical evidence that if developed as a

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New Citrus Supplement Busts Cholesterol and Sugar

The research on this citrus extract is led by Dr. Yaakov Nahmias from the Benin School of Engineering and Computer Science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Maria Shulman, his graduate student. They have isolated the molecule that creates the bitter taste in grapefruits, and have strong clinical evidence that if developed as a

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Lebanese Army Works to Prevent Protests at Israeli Border

The protests are set to mark the anniversary of the 1967 Six-Day War, known in Arabic as the Naksa, or “setback,” in which Israel, in a war of self-defense, took the West Bank [Judea and Samaria], Gaza Strip and Golan Heights from Jordan, Egypt and Syria respectively. A source told The Daily Star that in

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Faced with Roadblock, Palestinians to Try Security Council By-pass

On Wednesday [June 1], Palestinian minister Riad Al-Malki told reporters that the Palestinians will call for a “Uniting for Peace” session, a special mechanism authorized by the UN charter that experts have indicated is not the appropriate vehicle for a matter of statehood.   While behind the scenes wrangling between pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian lawyers intensifies,

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Home Test Tip-off to A Heart Attack

Heart attacks don’t just happen instantly—they develop over several days, says Dr. Igal Ruvinsky, head of Novamed’s R&D [research and development] department. It’s important to get treatment as soon as possible to avoid long-term damage to the heart. But many people suffer mild, or even serious, heart attacks without even realizing what is happening—and often,

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Magic Wand Defense System Slated for Test Run

While refraining from giving an estimated date in which Magic Wand would become fully operational, Yungman said its development was progressing much faster than originally planned. The system, he said, may become a part of the IDF’s home front defense deployment as early as 2013, meeting the threat posed by Hizbullah’s Katyusha rockets, for example.

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Sinai Spins Out of Control

Just this weekend, masked men driving a truck plowed into an Egyptian military checkpoint in the southern Sinai region of Abu-Zanima, critically injuring a 20-year-old soldier before escaping. The same day as the attack on the Egyptian army checkpoint, dozens of armed Bedouins stormed the Red Sea port of Nuweiba in south-eastern Sinai, blocking all

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