The Dutch government, however, supports a return to negotiations with Israel based on an agreement around the borders prior to the 1967 Six Day War, Rosenthal said. “We will continue to stress for a restart to direct negotiations. We need direct negotiations right now,” he said, and the issues should include mutual security, an agreementContinue Reading »
To that end, eyeSight has developed a platform for hands-free gesture control for home, gaming and industrial use. The platform, cleverly called eyeCan, lets users flick their fingers to interact with devices as diverse as in-car infotainment and navigation systems to cooking Web sites. No more taking your eyes off the road to change stations,Continue Reading »
After months of anticipation, the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) has issued indictments in the 2005 assassination of then-Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, with the The Daily Star reporting that four Hizbullah members have been implicated in the murder. Citing a judicial source, the Lebanese newspaper said that a senior Hizbullah military commander, Mustafa Badreddine, hasContinue Reading »
O’Reilly told Defense News that under the regional scenario, Israel could well be expected to use its defensive umbrella to defend its sworn enemies. The Israeli defensive package includes the Iron Dome, Arrow, Patriot, and in-development David’s sling.Continue Reading »
His innovation is a filter against these embolisms. Fitted onto the aortic arch [an area of the main human artery], the medical device, now under development by the Israeli company SMT Research and Development in Herzliya Pituach, ensures that particles do not get into the blood flowing to the three main vessels leading from theContinue Reading »
Instead, he proposed granting democratic rights to Palestinians in the West Bank while maintaining a peace based on deterrence. “A two-state solution is a concept detached completely from Middle Eastern reality,” said Ettinger. “Anybody who is familiar with the topography, geography and the political reality in the wide context of the Middle East knows thatContinue Reading »
Cardin explained that the Senate has conveyed a clear message to the international community with the bill, which states that UN recognition of a Palestinian state at this stage does not promote peace. An accord is achievable through negotiations alone, he said. The bill also “urges the President to consider suspending assistance to the PalestinianContinue Reading »
On Tuesday [June 28] as ten days of war games got underway, the [Iranian] FARS news agency reported that 14 rockets were test-fired. The various missiles in the Iranian arsenal were all included, and five were launched simultaneously in one exercise. On Monday, a Russian deputy foreign minister announced that the 1,000-megawatt Bushehr plant beingContinue Reading »
The Shin Bet has interrogated more than 20 operatives who are suspected of belonging to the terrorist cell. Prominent members of the group have extensive military experience and have been previously detained in Israel; some more than once. Among the detainees is Nasser Abu Hadir, a 50-year-old resident of the northern Jerusalem neighborhood of ShuafatContinue Reading »
The previous government was brought down [by political means] under pressure from Hizbullah to reject all cooperation with the U.N. probe. The indictments, which will be announced at The Hague and then in Beirut, will precede the release of the full STL reportContinue Reading »
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