Monthly Archives: February 2014

An Israeli R&D center in Singapore

In a reversal of the normal trend, Israel Aerospace Industries and the Singapore government today unveiled the company’s Cyber Early Warning R&D Center in Singapore. The center will employ mainly Singaporeans, but is modeled on IAI’s cyber-accessibility center in Israel. … Continue reading

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Israel’s first Chief Rabbi inspires today’s musicians

Israel has just held its second annual benefit concert for Beit HaRav Kook, in honor of Israel’s first Chief Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak Kook.

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Syrians treated in Israel

Three wounded Syrians including a 14-year-old boy were taken to Israeli hospitals for treatment last week. Poriya Medical Center in Tiberias, has now treated 46 Syrians. Doctors at Rambam hospital in Haifa removed part of the skull of a six-year-old … Continue reading

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Israeli program leads to romance

Jews don’t need Valentines Day to bring them together. The Jewish State has a far stronger influence. These couples met on programs with Alexander Muss High School in Israel.

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New Israeli museum to honor Jewish WW2 soldiers

Israel is establishing a museum within the Armored Corps Memorial at Latrun to honor the memories of all Jewish soldiers who fought and died in the Second World War.

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Twin Twins

Two different women named Hannah Cohen both gave birth to twins in the same hospital on the same day at Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center in Bnei Brak. The maternity ward staff admitted the two expectant mothers to different floors of … Continue reading

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Cheaper to be healthier in Israel

A study carried out by the Israeli Ministry of Agriculture found that the cost of fruits and vegetables in Israel are lower – sometimes significantly lower – compared to prices of fruits and vegetables in the United States and Western … Continue reading

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France celebrates the Jewish State

Around 15,000 people attended “Israel Today and Tomorrow” at the Brongniart Palace in Paris. The event featured exhibitions on Zionism, agriculture, high tech, culture, art, medicine, natural resources, tourism, history and a concert by Israeli singer David Broza.

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Ancient Judean village revealed

The remnants of a 2300-year-old rural village have been excavated on the outskirts of Jerusalem. It was discovered in June, when work began on building a pipeline to deliver natural gas from the coast. The Israel Antiquities Authority has been … Continue reading

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Israelis top the love tweets

Israelis expressed their love on Twitter more than any other country in the world in 2013, according to the social media site. More than 481 million Tweets said “I love you” in 116 languages in 2013, with Israel ranking number … Continue reading

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