health firms

Ten Israeli companies were among 16 chosen from more than 750 international digital health companies vying for the chance to present at the GlobalSTL Health Innovation Summit in St. Louis, Missouri, on June 5. This is the city’s third annual GlobalSTL Health Innovation Summit, aimed at bringing transformational international technologies to the...

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rocket attacks

The leader of Hamas in Gaza thanked the Iranian regime Thursday for sending weapons used by the Islamist terrorist organization to attack Israel. “Iran provided us with rockets, and we surprised the world when our resistance targeted Beersheba,” said Yahya Sinwar, referring to the weekend of violence at the beginning...

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terror tunnel

Six months after the Israeli military declared an end to Operation Northern Shield, the IDF is set to demolish the largest known attack tunnel ever dug into Israeli territory by the Iranian-backed Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah, it was announced on Wednesday. Colonel Roi Levi of the IDF’s Brigade 300 said,...

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mahmoud abbas

In the first public comments on the U.S.-sponsored economic workshop to be held next month in Bahrain, Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas said Monday that Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts “will go to hell.” Speaking at a ceremony in Ramallah, Abbas declared that, “The Palestinian Authority does not recognize this conference.”...

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missiles

The IDF confirmed Monday that a Syrian anti-aircraft position has fired at one of its fighter jets during a routine mission within Israeli airspace. The strike occurred near Quneitra in southern Syria, close to the Israeli border on the Golan Heights. In response, the Israeli military bombed the launcher that...

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israel wildfires

More than 1,000 wildfires raged through Israel over a scorching hot weekend, destroying 50 homes and burning through almost 2,000 acres of forest land. The fires, which broke out on Thursday, mainly centered around the Ben Shemen Forest near Ben-Gurion International Airport. Two communities were badly hit – the village...

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watergen

Watergen, an Israel-based company that creates clean water out of air, is now providing a source of fresh water for more than 120 children living in an orphanage in Bukhara, Uzbekistan. The GEN-350 atmospheric water generator can produce up to 900 liters of water per day. A popular tourist destination,...

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flying robot

The first experimental robot drone that flies like a typical quadcopter, drives on tough terrain, and squeezes into tight spaces using the same motors, has been developed by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers. Unveiled at this week’s IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation 2019 in Montreal, the...

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jerusalem-old-city-tower-of-david-1583631

When the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement (BDS) mounted a campaign against Israel, it targeted more than just Israel’s economy. It also targeted tourism — which has nonetheless flourished beyond any expectation. While the “D” in BDS stands for divestment, it could just as easily stand for delegitimization. So, the...

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healing teddies

“I never thought I could get excited by hugging a teddy bear,” exclaims Ziva Nusinker, a 44-year-old Israeli mother of two who recently finished treatment for metastatic breast cancer. Moments after the doctor explained that she will need regular check-ups and medication for the rest of her life, a volunteer...

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