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Netanyahu, Guterres, Review Israeli Innovation Success

Water-Gen is a technology that provides an inexpensive, available and renewable source of clean fresh drinking water by directly extracting it from the atmosphere.

Israel’s President Rivlin Busy With Business and Defense Deals in Vietnam

The president met with Vietnam's Minister of Defense and together they toured an exhibition of Israeli defense products in Hanoi.

PEW Survey: Americans Say 9/11 Was their Most Significant Event, Followed by Obama Election

The perceived historic importance of the attacks on New York and the Pentagon span virtually every traditional demographic divide.

Eager for Israeli Business, Vietnam Nevertheless Withholds Its Support in International Forums

Vietnam would like to step up the two countries' affiliation in science and technology, especially hi-tech.

UNESCO to Question Jewish Ties to Western Wall in Arab-Sponsored Draft Resolution

The draft refers ten times to Al-Haram Al-Sharif, exclusively using the Islamic term for Temple Mount, without any mention that it is the holiest site in Judaism.

Kerry Skips over Israel in Middle East Trip

The Secretary is visiting Egypt, but stopping off in Israel would only give ammunition to Congressmen opposing the nuclear deal with Iran.

US Soldiers Arrive in Turkey to Train ‘Moderate’ Rebels against ISIS

The US says it is vetting fighters so that weapons don't fall into hands of terrorists, which could mean the worst fighters will be trained.

Israeli Doctors Help Out Hundreds of Children in Vietnam

During this year’s Operation Smile campaign in Vietnam, two Israeli doctors joined 300 delegation members from 18 countries.

US to Send 400 Soldiers to Train ‘Moderate’ Rebels

Now all the U.S. Army has to do is figure which rebel is a fighter and a member of ISIS or Al Qaeda.

Hezbollah’s Syrian Quagmire?

"[Hezbollah] is no longer that party that defends the Umma [Islamic nation]; instead it plagues the Umma."

A Neglected Anniversary

With all the media attention paid to the recent 40th anniversary of the Munich Olympic massacre, another anniversary – this one related to something far more consequential in terms of Israel’s history – slipped by relatively unnoticed.

Kissinger Gets Felt Up by the TSA

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger., who's turning 89 this month (may we suggest holiday in Vietnam?), was spotted last Friday at LaGuardia airport in New York, getting routed to the pat-down line while going through security.

Chabad In A Dangerous World

A few months ago, Channel 8 (Israel's equivalent of PBS) broadcast a fascinating "reality" program on the life and times of a young Lubavitcher couple that went on shlichut to Vietnam in order to open a Chabad branch in Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon).

William Ayers Is No David Ifshin

It’s difficult to say which member of the mainstream media has shamed him- or herself most in terms of pure self-abasement at the feet of the idol Obama. We are, after all, talking about a cast of name-brand reporters, analysts and opinion columnists (are such distinctions even relevant anymore?) probably numbering in the hundreds.

The Media Myth Of Camelot

Assassination does wonders for a public figure’s place in history. John F. Kennedy was a president of questionable character and meager accomplishment, but his untimely and violent death, followed by decades of unceasing image control by the Kennedy family and their media apologists, has helped sustain one of the great myths of American history – a myth that there once existed in Washington a magical kingdom called Camelot, ruled by a dashing prince whose wisdom and bravery were matched only by his unshakeable devotion to his beautiful princess.

Horrid Generation

Dennis Prager, the sometimes controversial, always thought-provoking radio host and syndicated columnist, wrote a column last week on the legacy the baby boom generation has bequeathed to younger Americans.

Kneidlach And Machine Guns

The wide variety of bric-a-brac that fills a soldier's pockets, backpack and other gear becomes the medium of exploration in Tim O'Brien's "The Things They Carried," his examination of Vietnam era soldiers.

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