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Maldivians: Israeli Doctors Harvest Organs

Islamic opposition party Adhaalath and the Islamic Association of the Republic of Maldives officially claimed the Israeli doctors arrived to their country as part of an Israeli-Zionist conspiracy intended to harvest the organs of citizens and then steal them.    The association's Web site stated that there was no possible way the Jews came to

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Israel’s Archeological Sites Get a Battering

“It was the most severe storm we have seen in the last 25 years, since we began measuring the waves along the coast of the Mediterranean,” Matti Weiss of the Israel Meteorological Service, told The Media Line. Waves reached a height of as much as 13 meters in some areas. Caesarea, where Herod the Great

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Hamas: We Won’t Recognize Israel

Meanwhile, US special envoy to the Middle East George Mitchell met in Ramallah with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and presented him with American proposals for advancing the talks with Israel. Mitchell reiterated the US Administration's commitment to the peace process and said that America's goal was to reach an agreement that includes Syria and Lebanon.

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World Jewish Congress Calls on Pope to Reject Assault on Israel

“We discussed critical issues affecting world Jewry,” Lauder said, adding: “We expressed to the Pope how much we value the close relationship we have enjoyed with the Vatican over many years in our quest for a secure Israel and a safer future for Jews everywhere.” Pope Benedict emphasized the need to continue to combat anti-Semitism

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Israel Sends Help to Colombia Flood Victims

In the press release, Commander of Home Front Command's National Search and Rescue Unit, Brig. Gen. (Res.) Shalom Ben-Arye, said: “The IDF instructed the Home Front Command to send a humanitarian aid delegation to the Columbian flood victims. We are to land in Colombia, distribute the aid and return only once our mission is completed.”

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Senior Minister: US Bridging Plan Bad

Officials at the Minister's Office refused to comment on the speech, but a source close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that “the important thing is not what the Americans say, but what they do. We must watch their next moves in the near future.” Although the secretary of state did not use harsh words,

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Storm Shuts Down Eastern Mediterranean

Waves backed by gusts of up to 100 kilometers an hour hit the eastern basin coasts. Dust storms blanketed southern Israel and parts of Jordan, causing some highways to be shut. At least one major pile up was reported south of Amman. Across the region, there were reports of downed billboards and electricity lines, and

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Successful Results for Osteoporosis Drug

“This is an important step toward introducing the ViaDerm system as a household solution for the self-delivery of a variety of medical substances, first and foremost being hPTH(1-34) for the treatment of osteoporosis.” The debilitating disease affects an estimated 75 million people in Europe, the US and Japan, reducing the density and quality of bone

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Iran, Western Nations Agree to Meet in Istanbul, but Make No Progress

Jallili quickly doused the optimistic tone, telling reporters that the only thing agreed upon was to “meet in Istanbul based on cooperation,” refusing even to acknowledge the nuclear issue. Jallili was clearly angered by what he saw as Ashton’s misrepresentation of what had been agreed upon, warning that her comments could “build a high wall

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Poll: Israel’s Arabs Don’t Want to Be Part of Palestinian State

The survey showed that 40% of Israel's Jews are in favor of a peace agreement based on a return to the 1967 borders and the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside Israel, while 27% are against an Israeli withdrawal and a Palestinian state. According to the poll, 63% of Israeli-Arabs do not believe peace is

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