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Luring Low- and High-Tech to the Negev Desert

Envisioned as a technology incubator for a range of start-ups designed to provide employment and services to the area and grow its population, Green Group has drawn interest and about US $5 million in investment pledges from private investors. In June, Green Group hosted meetings with potential high-tech and low-tech enterprises including cleantech and biotech

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Medvedev: Iran Nearing Possession of Nuclear Bomb

For the moment, Medvedev is calling for “patience, and the speediest resumption of productive dialogue with Tehran.”

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Incoming Tourism Brings in US $1.5 Billion for Israel

The Tourism Ministry’s US $1.5 billion estimate for the income generated in 2010 from incoming tourism, not counting air travel, is about 35% higher than the first six months of last year and similar to the first half of 2008. According to the Ministry, for every 100,000 additional tourists, about 4,000 new jobs are created

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Israel’s Secret New Weapon?

For the test run, a thin layer of the material was painted on dummy missiles, and radar waves aimed at them had a difficult time registering them. The paint particles don't make the missile's detection on the radar disappear completely, but make it exceedingly difficult to positively identify the object as a missile.   In

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Iran Defector: Huge Iranian Attack on Israel Inevitable

The former Iranian agent spied on Iran for the US for ten years before fleeing to America after the 9/11 attacks.    

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Eiland Report Finds “Mistakes, But No Failures”

Analysis of the incident that occurred onboard the Turkish Marmara—the report says—led the committee to conclude that the activists on deck had been the first instigators of violence. At least four instances of live fire on soldiers were noted, though the committee believes there were six in all. In addition, a bullet removed from a

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Written Document Is Oldest Ever Found in Jerusalem

Details of the discovery appear in the current issue of the 'Israel Exploration Journal.” Excavations in the Ophel have been conducted by Dr. Eilat Mazar of the Hebrew University Institute of Archaeology. The fragment that has been found is 2×2.8 centimeters in size and one centimeter thick. Dated to the 14th century BCE, it appears

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Eyes on Libyan Ship Intent on Running Gaza Blockade

The Greek government said on Saturday [July 10] that it had reached an agreement with the ship’s sponsors to sail on through to the Egyptian port of Al-Arish rather than to challenge Israel’s resolve to inspect ships headed for Gaza. But conflicting reports from Libya indicate the ship is determined to dock at Gaza’s port,

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Jewish Senator May Mediate Israel–Syria Talks

There have been no clear signs that his presence will lead to talks, but officials say the fact that he was invited to Syria, and that he passed through Jerusalem on his way, signifies a change in Syrian policy. Specter recently lost the Democratic primaries after 5 terms (30 years) as Pennsylvania's senator. In fact,

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Netanyahu—Peace Deal Possible within One Year

Despite that optimism, Netanyahu later said in an interview with Fox News on Sunday, July 11, that he did not think an agreement could be implemented by 2012. When asked by host Chris Wallace if there can be a Palestinian state by 2012, Netanyahu said, “I think there can be a solution. It may be

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