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Cape Town Jews Warned Against Participating in Meeting on Future of Development Site

'Please be aware that any engagement on your part ... may be detrimental to the community's interest given the sensitive nature of this matter at this time.'

AP: Secret Iran ‘Side Deal’ Allows Tehran To Accelerate Nuclear Development

The document, allowing Iran to upgrade its centrifuges and increase its enriching capacity, long before the deal officially expires is the only part of last year’s Iran deal between not made public

Netanyahu Promises $220 Million Toward Jerusalem Development

"We are developing Jerusalem and building it,” Netanyahu said in a cabinet session in advance of Jerusalem Day.

Noble Energy, Delek to Speed Up Israeli Gas Production at Leviathan

The development partners of the Leviathan gas field are planning to start the pipes flowing by 2019.

China Gives Palestinian Authority $4.7M, Plus New Ministry Building in Ramallah

China gave the Palestinian Authority $4.7 million and a brand new ministry building in Ramallah.

Unprecedented NIS 2b Development Plan for Southern Israel Gets Green Light

PM Netanyahu's unprecedented NIS 2b development plan for southern Israel was approved Tuesday.

Erdogan: Israel Behind Egypt Coup

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Israel was behind last month’s military coup in Egypt. Erdogan told a meeting of the provincial chairs of...

U.N. General Assembly Passes Israeli-Proposed Resolution

The United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution proposed by Israel that establishes entrepreneurship as a critical development tool for countries around the world.

Olmert Flip Flops on E-1 Construction

Olmert now claims that Netanyahu's decision to move forward with construction in E-1 is 'beyond my comprehension,' but he himself supported building there in the past.

New Evidence Shows: Iran Working on Nuclear Bomb

This alarming news came after the publication of the latest IAEA report that was unusually outspoken about the development of a nuclear weapon by Iran.

The Importance Of Strong Management In Day Schools

One of the hottest topics across all spectrums in the Jewish community is the financial sustainability of Jewish day school education in America. Schools have invested a lot of time and resources to train their professionals in the art of fundraising, developing donor relationships, and launching effective capital campaigns. And there has been a concerted effort among Jewish educational organizations to establish programs to assist day schools in improving their governance and developmental practices.

Why Economic Development as a Panacea for Middle East Problems is a Myth

A reader asks: “I agree that democracy and economic development are not panaceas for the Middle East, just as they are not for any other location on the planet. But aren't they a start? And since it is possible to chew gum and walk at the same time, does it hurt to at least pay lip service to doing things to bring the rest of the Middle East into the 21st century? And what would those things be in your opinion?” As you noted, both candidates in the presidential election spoke of economic development as a top priority in their Middle East policy. This sounds good to voters but is pretty meaningless.

Son of Ultra-Orthodox Founder of ZAKA Joins IDF

Ariel Meshi Zahav, the son of Yehuda Meshi Zahav, the Chareidi man who founded the Zaka organization, was recently drafted into the IDF. It's...

Touro L.A.: Teaching Teachers

In a creative initiative, Touro College Los Angeles’s new education concentration for working teachers is designed to meet the professional development needs of teachers in the Greater Los Angeles area by providing education courses each semester.

How Peer Pressure Could Help Your Investments

While generally peer pressure is viewed as a negative trait, emulating successful people may help increase your own chances of success.

Broader Lessons from Genetic Studies of the Ashkenazi Jewish Population

This year marks the 80th anniversary of the influential paper published by a Mount Sinai physician, Dr. Burrill Crohn, and his colleagues that for the first time characterized a disease associated with severe inflammation of the intestine. Patients with what was later named Crohn’s disease develop diarrhea, fever, stomach pain, and often lose weight. Crohn’s is now classified as an autoimmune condition in which the immune system attacks its own healthy tissue in the gastrointestinal tract, causing chronic inflammation. It affects young individuals, and, even though it is not curable, it can be treated and controlled by medications and surgery.

Saudi Will Shoot Down Israeli Planes to Iran

The US has passed a message on to Israel that Saudi Arabia informed them they will shoot down any Israeli planes that flies over...

Yoram Ettinger: Israel’s Economic Culture Praised Despite Global Financial Gloom

While the global economy deteriorates and its ripple effects erode Israel’s economic indicators (e.g., unemployment increased to 7%), there is cause for optimism in the Holy Land.

Should the US Remilitarize Military Procurement?

Today, control over all major military spending decisions remain exclusively in the hands of political appointees, and soldiers, sailors and airmen are left with the job of trying to defend their country and themselves with the inferior results of decisions made by politicians.

Two Versions of American History

No nation is perfect, and they all have skeletons in their closets. But the US does have a commitment to such things as individual rights, equality of opportunity, social mobility, democracy, rule of law, etc. Many other nations — perhaps most of them — don’t even pay lip service to these ideals, much less exemplify them.

Israeli Scientists Find Way to Delay Cell Death

Israeli Researchers have discovered a protein that is central to delaying cell death, which “could lead to new approaches to treating cancer.” Programmed cell death, or Apoptosis, is a critical defense mechanism against the development of abnormal cells like cancer.

Israeli Vows to ‘Bike for the Fight’ Against Cancer

A new initiative – Bike for the Fight – will raise money for the Israel Cancer Research Fund (ICRF), a North American organization funding grants to top Israeli cancer researchers and scientific institutions, by biking for three months across the United States.

Jews, Gays, Rights Activists Protest Ahmadinejad in Rio

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s welcome on the sunny Ipanema beach in Rio was less than warm from an eclectic group of Jews, human rights activists, and homosexuals, who arrived Sunday to protest the Iranian president’s attendance at a UN summit on sustainable development.

Israel Ranked 19th Most Competitive Economy in the World

Israel ranked one spot behind the United Kingdom, and ahead of economic powerhouses China (23rd), Japan (27th), and France (29th). It also retained its position as the world's top investor in research and development for the third year in a row.

American Hostage Pleads with Obama To Free Al-Qaeda, Taliban Prisoners

Warren Weinstein, an American humanitarian aid worker kidnapped by al-Qaeda  begged US President Barack Obama to free all al-Qaeda and Taliban prisoners in US...

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