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Weizmann Institute to Offer Off-the-Shelf Cancer Immunotherapies

Off-the-shelf therapies to be developed for entire groups of patients, making cancer immunotherapy more accessible.

Bar-Ilan U Study of 625,000 Births: Exposure Extreme Temperatures May Slash Fetal Growth

With extreme temperatures resulting from climate change, identifying windows of vulnerability can assist clinicians in refining their recommendations to pregnant women.

Republican Senate Candidate Herschel Walker Dumps Supporter with Swastika in her Twitter Profile

“Herschel is a strong friend of Israel and the Jewish community and opposes hatred and bigotry of all forms."

Anti-Israel Bots Attack Billie Eilish for Saying ‘Hi Israel’

“This coordinated attack on Billie Eilish is another example of how social media is used nefariously to manipulate public opinion and to attack and harass any artist, entertainer, or influencer that says anything positive about Israel.”

Yesh Atid Committee Chair: Michael Ben-Ari’s Plight Shook Me

They're both free thinkers, but for the time being, only Michael is being targeted by the police for political harassment.

IAI to Develop Carmel Future Armored Fighting Vehicle

IAI has proven a combat concept of an AFV, with closed hatches is operated by a two-man crew and successfully copes with existing and future challenges on the battlefield.

Connecticut Lawmaker Won’t Apologize for Comparing Governor to Hitler Over Vaccination Mandate

Is it time to institute some standard of vetting elected officials to prevent idiots from becoming active lawmakers?

Pennsylvania AG Josh Shapiro Running for Governor, Keeps Kosher

Pennsylvania's term-limited Governor Tom Wolf has endorsed Shapiro's bid.

Bennett: My Government Will Double the Golan Heights Communities

"It is impossible to discuss the Golan Heights without touching on what is happening over the border."

Archaeological Sensation in Yavne: Ancient World’s Largest Complex of Winepresses Uncovered

It appears that the town of Yavne, home to the Sanhedrin in exile after the destruction of the Second Temple, became a worldwide powerhouse of wine production some 1,500 years ago.

Religion Minister, Tsfat Chief Rabbi, at War over Kashrut of ‘Infested’ Broccoli, Cauliflower

The produce in question received kashrut certification from the local rabbinate's representatives at the beginning of last year.

Sheba Study Shows Fat Folks Keep Corona Antibodies Longer

It is unclear whether vaccinated obese persons' high humoral response to the vaccine is protective.

Gov. Hochul at Jewish Heritage Museum: I’ll Help Nonprofits Protect Themselves Against Hate Crime

In total, the state funding will support 872 projects across the state to bolster security at community centers, schools, museums, and day camps.

Singer Esther Ofarim’s Son Refused Service in Leipzig for Wearing Star of David Necklace

"What's going on? Why is everyone else being called up ahead of me?" Ofarim asked the desk clerk.

Ultimate Chutzpa: Holocaust Denial Graffiti Discovered in Auschwitz

The spray-painted messages included slogans denying the Holocaust in English and German.

2,700-Year-Old Private Lavatory Discovered in Jerusalem

It's fascinating to see how something that's obvious to us today, such as toilets, was a luxury item during the reign of the kings of Judah."

Pre-Chanukah Modi’in Miracle: Boy on Scooter Hit by Car, Trapped Underneath, Walks Away

“Both pedestrians and drivers need to be extra careful and even more aware of the dangers on the road during this time of year."

TAU Researchers’ Discovery of Immune System’s ‘Double Agents’ May Help Win War on Cancer

It is not inconceivable that these revelations are the first step towards deciphering the mechanism of interaction between the immune system and violent cancerous tumors that, as mentioned, claim the lives of so many.

Azerbaijan Terrified of Iranian Military Maneuvers on Its Border

Tehran is not happy about Azerbaijan’s victory over Armenia in Nagorno-Karabakh in the fall of 2020.

AG Letitia James Expected to Announce Gubernatorial Run Any Day Now

"I love serving as the Attorney General of the great state of New York. But the question, again, is: can I make more change?”

UNHRC President Cuts Off UN Watch for Pointing Fingers at Individual Anti-Semites

The UN Watch presentation was interrupted abruptly by Khan.

NYC to Adopt Congestion Pricing – Can You Say ‘Subway?’

In 2021, the Lapid-Bennett arrangement bill included a plan to impose a congestion charge in Gush Dan (Tel Aviv Metro).

Watch: The Reality of those South Mt. Hebron Clashes

Everything Israeli mainstream media tell you is a lie.

Rabbi Moshe Tendler Dead at 95, Influenced Revolutionary Rulings of Father in Law’s ‘Igros...

Rabbi Tendler was the posek for the Association of Orthodox Jewish Scientists and served as its president.

Jerusalem Deputy Mayor, Daughter of Gibraltar’s Mayor, Running to Lead the Jewish Agency

Fleur Hassan-Nahoum was criticized in 2019 for attending an event of the far-left Israeli group Emek Shaveh.

Report: All 40 ‘Red Cities’ in Israel Are Arab

Many of the residents of these localities work in Jewish cities in trade, education, medicine, and banking.

At 90 Bill Shatner to Become Oldest Jew in Space

Shatner will break the record for oldest human in space belonging to 82-year-old aviator Wally Funk

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