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A Spanish district court has scrapped an anti-Semitic boycotts resolution passed by the municipal council of Ayamonte in southwest Spain, prohibiting any association or economic agreement with Israeli companies and organizations, The Jerusalem Post reported Monday. The ruling was made September 4 in response to legal actions taken by ACOM,...

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said “our red lines are as sharp as ever” regarding the nation’s effort at preventing “our enemies from arming themselves with advanced weaponry,” just hours after an airstrike on the Damascus airport reportedly destroyed a shipment of arms from Iran, The Times of Israel reported...

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A prominent American-born Israeli activist, Ari Fuld, was stabbed to death by a Palestinian teenager outside a shopping mall near the West Bank city of Efrat on Sunday, The Times of Israel reported. Despite his fatal wounds, Fuld chased and shot the terrorist after he was stabbed, preventing the assailant...

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Into a country where medicine, manpower and equipment are all in short supply came the Israelis. Their goal: to teach advanced CPR in the heart of Africa. A senior delegation from the Ruth Rappaport Children’s Hospital at the Rambam Health Care Campus in Haifa recently gave an emergency medicine course...

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Two fires ignited by incendiary balloons broke out in southern Israel, as 12,000 Gazans participated in violent Hamas-led riots at the border with Israel, The Times of Israel reported Friday. According to the army, the rioters burned tires and threw rocks at Israeli soldiers. The Hamas-run Gaza Health Ministry claimed...

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On September 13, 1993, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin shook hands with PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat on the White House lawn, marking the signing of the Oslo Accords that were supposed to pave the path towards an independent Palestinian state and peace for Israel. Looking back after 25 years, with...

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As the race heats up toward the launch of autonomous vehicles, state-of-the-art technologies like ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) are being designed to prevent collisions. But motorcycles have been largely overlooked in the process. According to a 2018 US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration report, fatalities in traffic crashes occur...

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According to watchdog group, Transparency International (TI), Israel ranks as one of the nations most effective in enforcing anti-bribery laws, Globes reported Wednesday. According to TI, in the three years since it issued its last report, Israel has gone from lowest ranking in fighting bribery to the highest. While Israel...

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Israel has played a central role in alleviating the suffering of Syria’s civilian population, often at great risk to their own, Joshua S. Block., CEO & President of The Israel Project, wrote in an op-ed published in the Washington Examiner on Wednesday. His comments come at a time when the...

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Noorina is five years old and lives in Afghanistan. In July, her father brought her to Israel for lifesaving heart surgery arranged by Save a Child’s Heart (SACH), an Israeli medical charity based at Wolfson Medical Center in Holon. When she is older, Noorina may be surprised to learn that an...

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