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Israeli Tech Turns Used Toilet Paper, Food Leftovers into Paper

A new Israeli invention is taking recycling to the extreme, turning bits found in sewage water into paper. In a report by Ynet News, Dr....

NDS Bought by Cisco for $5 Billion

Cisco Systems, Inc. an American multinational corporation headquartered in San Jose, California, specializing in design, manufacturing, and sales of networking equipment, is purchasing NDS,...

New Hampshire House Squashes Bill Allowing Vendors to Refuse Serving Gay Weddings

The New Hampshire House of Representative Wednesday defeated by a 246-85 vote a bill that would have allowed photographers, caterers and others to turn away wedding gigs if they had a religious objection to the marriage. "As New Hampshire goes, so goes the nation," and political trends have a way of trickling down to the more populated states.

IAF Attacks Gaza Targets, Life in South Suspended Again

Israel Air Force crafts attacked Thursday morning a rocket launching site in northern Gaza, and an offensive tunnel in the southern part of the...

Innovative Bride Cuts through Funeral Crowd in ZAKA Ambulance

A young woman in Bnei Brak, Israel, had a problem Wednesday: she was about to get married, but the streets outside the wedding hall, situated next to Kiryat Vishnitz, also in Bnei Brak, were packed with thousands of Vishnitz Hasidim who came to pay their last respects to the Vishnitzer Rebbe. She called the ZAKA (a humanitarian volunteer organization) hotline.

Report: Turkey Warns Iran Against Attacking Israeli and Jewish Targets on Turkish Soil

Israel's Army Radio cited a report in the Turkish daily newspaper Zaman as saying that Turkey has warned Iran against perpetrating acts of terrorism against Israelis...

Knesset Speaker Cancels Knesset Delegation to US Over Visa Denial to Nationalist MK

Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin announced that he has canceled a Knesset delegation's trip to the US after MK Michael Ben-Ari (National Union) was denied...

Rocket Fire from Gaza Resumed, Grad Explodes in Netivot, Civilian Wounded

Following reports of a ceasefire, communities in the South were hoping that life would go back to normal, but at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday a Grad rocket exploded in a parking lot in Netivot, causing damage to vehicles. One person was lightly wounded by shrapnel; 11 suffered from shock.

Rescue Plans Suspended in Talks of Baltimore Jewish Times Bankruptcy

The Baltimore Sun reported that two competing plans to save the Baltimore Jewish Times' publisher from bankruptcy are no longer pending, and negotiations resumed...

Those Sneaky Zionists

Terrorist injures himself trying to attack Israel. Israel treats him in hospital.

232.2 Million Barrels Oil, 1.8 Trillion Cubic Feet Natural Gas in Israeli Off-Shore Sites

Adira Energy Ltd. announced Tuesday that it has received  two independent resource reports with a best estimate regarding the potential yield of its two...

Riding High on the ‘Iron Dome,’ Rafael to Raise Half a Billion Shekels

Advanced defense systems developer Rafael, maker of the "Dome," took less than half a day since the last siren warning of incoming missiles, to announce it is issuing 500 million shekel ($133 million) in privately traded stocks. While the US made Patriot surface to air missiles' success rate is lower than 50%, the Iron Dome's performance this past weekend reached upwards of 85%.

Kissinger: Iran’s Pursuit of Nukes Indisputable

Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger said on Sunday that the US should premise its policy on Iran on the assumption that it...

Arab Youths Confessed to Spraying ‘Death to Arabs’

Two boys from the Arab village of Beit Zarzir were arrested and admitted that they had been the ones who sprayed swastikas and "Death...

We Cease, They Fire

Multiple rockets were shot, after a ceasefire had gone into effect Tuesday. Rockets landed at Eshkol, Ashkelon, and Sha'ar Ha'Negev. Still, the shooting has subsided significantly. Palestinians agreed to stop launching rockets at Israeli cities, Israel agreed to stop targeting terrorist leaders from the air. Israel released only a noncommittal confirmation, saying "Quiet will be met with quiet."

Michigan Israel Business Bridge Creates Advisory Council

Michigan Israel Business Bridge President Chuck Newman announced the members of the newly formed MIBB Advisory Council, which is composed of leaders from Michigan...

Bill to Impeach Obama for Bombing Syria without Congressional Authorization

Drew Zahn of World News Daily reports that Rep. Walter B. Jones Jr., R-N.C., has introduced a resolution declaring that the president's use of...

All Time Record High for Israel Tourism in February

The month of February 2012 has broken records in the tourism industry in Israel, with 232,000 visitor arrivals, 6% more than the same month last year, and an increase of 4% compared to February 2010, which marked the previous record. Out of 232,000 arrivals, 200,000 were tourist entries, another all-time record high.

IAF Kills 2 Jihadists East of Gaza City, Death Toll at 25, Efforts on...

Two Palestinians were killed Monday evening in an IAF strike east of Gaza City, bringing the death toll in Gaza to 25 since Friday. The IDF Spokesman reported that the IAF attacked a terrorist squad Monday night in northern Gaza, shortly before it was able to shoot a high trajectory, medium-range rocket toward Israeli territory.

As Death Toll Reaches 23, Jihad, PRC ‘Will Not Accept’ Gaza Ceasefire

While Israel and Hamas are preparing to negotiate a ceasefire through Egyptian mediation, Gaza militants are determined to carry on shelling civilian targets inside Israel, until the latter commits to stop killing terrorist leaders from the air.

China to Israel on Eve of Lieberman Visit: Lay off Gaza

AFP reports that Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Liu Weimin told reporters at a regular briefing that "China is concerned about the escalation of the...

UC President Condemns On-Campus Anti-Israel Attacks

UC President Mark G. Yudof released an open letter calling on UC students, faculty and staff members to "foster a climate of tolerance, civility...

‘Hamas Will not Give Up Armed Resistance’

Hamas leader Osama Hamdan, the top representative of Hamas in Lebanon and a member of the organization's politburo, told Quds Press in an interview...

Palestinians: Israeli Air Strikes Kill 3 in Gaza, Death Toll Reaches 20

The Palestinian news agency Ma’an reports that Israeli air strikes on Sunday killed three people in the Gaza Strip, including a 12-year-old boy, as...

Migron Settlers Signed Evacuation Agreement ‘With a Gun to our Head’

Some 13 years after its establishment, and six years after the court case on the settlement's legality began, all the residents of Migron, a large outposts in Judea and Samaria, arrived Sunday night at their local synagogue and signed an affidavit to be submitted to the court, committing to leave their homes voluntarily and without any forced eviction in three and a half years.

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