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Face-off in Lebanon

“The Beirut airport was turned into one of Hizbullah’s security quarters,” an anonymous member of Lebanese Prime Minister Sa’ad A-Din Al-Hariri March 14 Alliance told the Arab daily A-Sharq Al-Awsat. “This dangerously revealed airport security.” “Seeing the airport incident, it is clear that Hizbullah has decided to attack the regime,” Ghazi Youssef, a parliament member

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Ahmadinejad Wants to Throw Stones at Israeli Soldiers

Meanwhile, amid efforts by the American administration to reach out to Damascus, Syrian President Bashar Al-Asad arrived in Tehran on Saturday [October 3] where he extolled the strengthening of Syrian-Iranian relations—the antithesis of the US policy of engaging Syria.   Underscoring the diplomatic shot he was unloading on President Obama, Al-Asad stood with Ahmadinejad as

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IDF: No Escalation in Violence Expected

Despite the relative calm, an army official said, “We are continuing to prepare for any development.” On Sunday IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi toured Bethlehem, one of the more peaceful West Bank [Judea and Samaria] cities. The hour-long visit was coordinated with Palestinian security forces.

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Scientists Develop Technique to Knock Out Superbugs

While scientists in Europe and North America continue the spiral of producing more powerful antibiotics to fight ever more powerful bacteria, Fridman and his University of Michigan research partner approached the problem from a different angle—one that uses the superbug's own mechanics to develop antibiotics capable of delivering a decisive knockout punch. Instead of looking

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Fate of Current Peace Talks On Hold

The settlement freeze was part of an effort to coax the Palestinians into negotiations, preventing the construction of thousands of homes for Israeli citizens in the process. However, Abbas waited months before resuming any substantial peace talks and further waited until the freeze was nearing its end to return to direct talks with Israel. On

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Obama Pressed to Weigh Iran Strike

The senator added that the Obama Administration must reevaluate its policy at the end of the year and adopt a tougher stance if necessary. He called the sanctions “biting”, but said he doubted they would cause Iran to negotiate its nuclear program with the West. Howard Berman told the publication that the administration had “months,

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Bank of Israel Governor Among Top Ten

On an annual basis, the magazine assesses the determination of central bankers to withstand political interference and their successes in reducing government spending and opening up their economies to foreign investment and financial services. Saudi Arabia's Muhammad Al-Jasser scored a 'B' grade which was an improvement from 2009's 'C.' Ben Bernanke of the US, scored

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Simchat Torah Begins Tonight

We here at Bridges for Peace would like to wish all our listeners a joyful Simchat Torah, Chag Sameach, have a happy feast.

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3 Jihad Members Killed in Gaza Strike

Several rockets have been fired at Israel over the past week. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited the Gaza vicinity [Israeli] communities last week and warned the Gaza [terror groups] groups against any escalation. “Our first commitment is to security, and I suggest Hamas and the other organization not test us on that.”

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Milk Drinkers Lose More Weight, Research Shows

The researchers, led by Dr. Danit Shahar, of BGU's Center for Health and Nutrition, and the Faculty of Health sciences, also discovered that levels of vitamin D found in the blood also affected the success of weight loss treatments. The results confirmed existing research showing that overweight participants have lower blood levels of the vitamin.

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