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Iran Expands Submarine Fleet

Iran often boasts technological achievements in an effort to deter other regional countries and the West from launching an offensive against it, due to its controversial nuclear program. On Tuesday [June 7], it was reported that Iranian submarines were dispatched to the Red Sea in order to gather intelligence and keep surveillance over the movements

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Palestinian Distortion: “If I Forget Thee…” Was Crusader Expression

Palestinian Media Watch has documented the Palestinian Authority [PA] policy of denying Israel’s history as the basis for its denial of Israel’s right to exist. The PA often denies the existence of the Temple in Jerusalem, calling it “the alleged Temple.” The following are the words of Palestinian researcher Dr. Hayel Sanduqa  on PA TV,

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Beneath Jerusalem, A River Runs Deep

Frumkin and his team were called upon by Israel Railways after its engineers chanced upon the cave while excavating an 80-meter (260-foot) shaft close to the city’s main convention center and central bus station that is being drilled for a huge, underground station that will serve the high-speed Jerusalem-Tel Aviv railway. “When they reached the

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US Officials Meet with Negotiators in Efforts to Restart Peace Talks

Speaking on Monday [June 6] in a press conference with French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe, Secretary of State Clinton, in comments posted on the US State Department Web site, said that “there is no agreement that the parties will resume negotiations.” Aside from American efforts to resume peace talks, France has also mentioned possible efforts

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Palestinians Plan Mass Fly-in

According to the organizers’ Web site, the date of arrival to Ben-Gurion airport is set on July 8, because on July 9, 2004 the International Criminal Court in The Hague issued an advisory opinion stating that the security fence erected by Israel is illegal [the fence was erected to help prevent suicide bombings, an effort

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Mind-controlled Computing for the Disabled

Taking an off-the-shelf technology, the three Ben-Gurion University of the Negev undergraduates have developed a new graphical user interface (GUI) to help the physically challenged use their thoughts to send emails, surf the Web, turn on media players and communicate with their computer and the outside world. Following successful trials with 17 able-bodied test subjects,

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Turkish Foreign Minister: Reconsider Gaza Flotilla

In Turkey’s Hurriyet newspaper on Monday the foreign minister reiterated his statements claiming that Turkey cannot put a stop to the activities of a civilian organization. And yet, he said that the organization must wait to see whether the circumstances in Gaza change after Egypt opened the Rafah crossing [between Egypt and Gaza] and ahead

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Palestinian Daily Slams Congress over Applause for Netanyahu

The following was written by Hafez Barghouti, Editor-in-Chief of the PA daily:   “Anyone watching what took place in the Congress [during Israeli PM Netanyahu’s speech] would likely be nauseated, because these Congressmen and Senators lost their dignity and looked like riff-raff. Even the most extreme extremist in the Knesset (Israeli Parliament) would not have

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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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