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On April 7, The New York Times called the Hamas-led weekly riots at Israel’s border fence “a tentative experiment with nonviolent protest.” A week later, the Times noted the incongruity of Ismail Haniyeh, the leader of Hamas, a terrorist group known for using “suicide bombs, rockets and attack tunnels” to attack Israel, standing...

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Following the deaths of a reported 62 rioters, 50 of whom were claimed as members of Hamas, during riots on Monday, the United Nations Human Rights Council voted to initiate an investigation into the killing of the rioters by Israeli forces, The Times of Israel reported Friday. Twenty-nine council members voted for the...

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Mobileye, the Israeli autonomous driving startup that was bought by Intel last year, announced that it had closed a deal with a European automaker to provide self-driving systems for 8 million vehicles, Reuters reported Wednesday. Reuters described the deal, Mobileye’s largest one yet, as “a sign of how carmakers and...

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The Northern Health Science Alliance of England signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the UK Israel Tech Hub to bring Israeli health and medical technology innovations to its network. The MOU was signed on May 16 during the MIXiii Biomed 2018 in Tel Aviv by Suzanne Ali-Hassan, head of corporate affairs...

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In an interview with Al Jazeera, the Gaza head of Hamas, Yahya Sinwar said that the point of the Great March of Return, the name Hamas has given to the weekly riots at the border fence with Israel, was “to turn that which is most dear to us – the...

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A Gazan, who infiltrated into Israel and was captured, told his interrogators that Hamas would deliberately send women and children to the front line with the sole purpose to maximize civilian casualties and deflect from the poor leadership in the coastal enclave, Ynet reported Thursday. The man said the reason...

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A novel molecule that not only inhibits growth of cancer cells but also has the ability to reprogram the cancer cells back to normal-like cells is patented and ready to be further developed with a commercial partner, according to BGN Technologies (the tech-transfer company of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)...

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Israel’s intelligence minister said that Egypt warned Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh during a brief visit to Cairo on Sunday that Egypt “knows and has proof” that Hamas was funding the Gaza riots and sending civilians to the border fence to serve “as living ammunition, women and children instead of shells...

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The move of the United States embassy to a Jerusalem complex, most of which is “is located on the far side of the armistice line” that divided the city between 1949 and 1967, shows that the United States accepts Israel contention that its capital city should be undivided, Eugene Kontorovich...

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Key Facts 1. The embassy move reflects the law. It is a bipartisan effort that has enjoyed cross-party political support in the United States and Israel for decades. 2. Jerusalem is the legitimate capital of Israel. Non-recognition was an aberration – Israel was the only country with no capital recognized...

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