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Sniffing Grants Communication and Mobility to the Paralyzed

“With the new system, they were able to communicate with family members, and even initiate communication with the outside. Some wrote poignant messages to their loved ones, sharing with them, for the first time in a very long time, their thoughts and feelings.” Sniffing is a precise motor skill that is controlled, in part, by

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Rocket Explodes in Heart of Ashkelon

“We heard the loud explosion only after we came out. The entire building trembled, windows were shattered, and the shutters were damaged. “When we went downstairs, we saw that our two cars were completely damaged and their windows were shattered. It was very scary; we thought the entire building was going to collapse.”   Nechama

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Arab League Conditions Direct Talks on US Guarantees

According to Al Jazeera, the Arab League called for written guarantees from the United States before giving the green light to the negotiations. Amr Moussa, the Arab League secretary-general, noted that the issue of Israeli settlements was a particular point of interest regarding the guarantees. US President Barack Obama reportedly already sent a letter with

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Israel Pushing for More Solar Power

The move comes a few months after Israel’s National Infrastructure Minister Uzi Landau announced that 10 percent of Israel’s energy needs will come from renewable sources such as wind and solar power by 2020. To meet the goal, Israel must install enough renewable energy infrastructure to produce over 4,000 megawatts hours of power. “We decided

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IDF: All Bodies Recovered from Crash Site

The army has also finished gathering the scattered pieces of the helicopter that crashed, and will apparently not require another visit to the site. IAF [Israel Air Force] Chief of Staff Ido Nehushtan said earlier he believes the reason behind the crash would be discovered without using the black box which is believed to have

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In Turkey, British PM Likens Gaza to “Prison Camp”

However, Cameron also urged Turkey not to allow the incident to wreck its relationship with Israel. On the flotilla raid, the UK prime minister—who heads a coalition government with the center-left Liberal Democrats—declared: “I have told Prime Minister [Benjamin] Netanyahu we will expect the Israeli inquiry to be swift, transparent and rigorous.'” Cameron expressed hope

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PLO Mission to US Allowed to Fly Palestinian Flag

Spokesman Philip Crowley told reporters last Friday [July 23] of the new arrangement for the mission: “They requested it, we evaluated it, and we recognized its importance to them, and we granted it. Just to clarify, there has been no change in the status of the Palestinian mission here in Washington,” said Crowley. “It operates

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Israel Welcomes New EU Sanctions on Iran

Israel has been calling for sanctions on Iran’s gas and oil industries for a while. Said Regev on the new EU sanctions that target those sectors, “These sanctions are good sanctions, they are ratcheting up the pressure on the Iranian regime to abandon its nuclear program. I think if Iran continues to thumb its nose

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Algeria Won’t Honor Jewish Property Restitution Requests

The ministry also raised the possibility of holding indirect negotiations with the relevant countries as a means of establishing compensation. According to the plan, which was initiated by Deputy Minister Lea Nass, a department will be formed within the ministry to handle the claims. The Yedioth article was widely run in a number of newspapers

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Egypt’s Foreign Minister Responds to Hizbullah Threats of Violence in Lebanon

Regional leaders are moving to head-off instability in Lebanon. King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, Syrian President Bashar Al-Asad, and Qatari Emir Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani are all due to visit Beirut beginning with King Abdullah on Friday [July 30]. 

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