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World Experts Gather at Israeli Presidential Conference

May 26, 2011

“He had a vision of bringing Jews from all over the world to connect them to Israel and to their identity,” says Israel Maimon, an Israeli lawyer, author and former Cabinet Secretary who heads the initiative. “He came to me and said he knew I and others could fulfill this dream.” While the first conference

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Netanyahu Open to Painful Compromises, But Not to Dividing Jerusalem

Regarding the peace process with the Palestinians, which was suspended by the Palestinians last year, Netanyahu covered a number of elements he believes should be in a deal, saying, “I am willing to make painful compromises to achieve this historic peace.” The primary concession offered by Netanyahu was on the matter of the settlements [Israeli

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Scotland: Glasgow Districts Boycott Israeli Books

Following the botched raid on the Turkish Flotilla to Gaza last May, the council expanded the boycott to include a ban on the purchase of English translations of Israeli books and the distribution of these books in public libraries throughout the council’s jurisdiction. West Dunbartonshire was joined by the large Scottish city Dundee, which decided

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A Toothpaste that Can Save the World’s Kangaroos

In fact, some 40% of the marsupials at Gan Garoo died from the disease or the stress of treatment—figures that are reflected at other zoos across the world. The Israeli team has received requests from zoos in Australia and elsewhere to help create more of the innovative tooth varnish, and has published the “recipe” online.

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Arab Group—Prepare for 2nd Round of Protests

The organizers stressed that they are not calling for a third intifada, and insisted that protesters do not carry arms. According to the statement, the organizers urged protesters to avoid violence and only carry Palestinian flags. “The ‘Nakba Day’ procession was not a one-time event, but rather a new phase in the Palestinians’ historic struggle,”

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Iran Gets New Ballistic Missile

They make up the core of Syria’s arsenal, and reports said the new Iranian missile could find its way to Hizbullah in Lebanon.

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Audacious Israelis Race to the Moon

Enrolled in a global contest to reinvigorate space research, the Google Lunar X Prize (, the Israeli team aims to be the first on the Moon. However, the mission is also a social one: The men have pledged to donate all potential prize winnings—$30 million—to Israeli students as a way of encouraging them to study

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Obama to AIPAC: UN Vote Won’t Create Palestine

Obama began by reassuring AIPAC that “the commitment of the United States to the security of Israel is ironclad”; adding that the US was committed to keeping Israel the secure home of the Jewish people. “I’m not here to subject you to a long policy speech,” Obama began. “I gave one on Thursday [May 19]

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Israelis Downplay Friction between Obama and Netanyahu

On Saturday [May 21], Nabil Shaath, a senior adviser to Palestinian Authority head Mahmoud ‘Abbas, told reporters that plans to declare statehood and seek U.N. approval are on course for September despite President Obama’s disapproval with that approach. Notwithstanding frequent references to Palestinian intentions to utilize the United Nations in declaring statehood, officials remain unclear

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Netanyahu Declares War on Cyber Terror

The Prime Minister, in announcing that many millions of shekels would be invested in the sector over the next few years, said that Israel is preparing for the imminent threat from “cyber attacks that could paralyze the main systems that (in effect) operate the country. Israel is establishing a national taskforce that will work to

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