Monthly Archives: September 2007

Educating For Peace

Where is the Issue of Education for Peace in the Olmert-Rice-Abbas Initiative? By Dore Gold, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, September 25, 2007 When former U.S. negotiator Dennis Ross sought to understand the failure of the Oslo peace process of … Continue reading

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Pomegranates Target Prostate Cancer

Pomegranate Juice: Tart, Trendy, And Targeted On Prostate Cancer Cells Science Daily, September 24, 2007 — Researchers in California are reporting new evidence explaining pomegranate juice’s mysterious beneficial effects in fighting prostate cancer.   Juice from the pomegranate shows promise … Continue reading

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Syrian Nuke Program

Israeli forces seize proof of Syrian nuke program by Safura Rahimi, Arabian Business, 23 September 2007 Israeli forces looking for proof that Syria and North Korea were collaborating on a nuclear program raided a military compound in northern Syria, seizing … Continue reading

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Reflections on Yom Kippur

Return of the Yom Kippur Jew By Israel Zwick, CN Publications, Yom Kippur 5768 See Also: Yom Kippur, Day of Friendship and Love This year, Yom Kippur, the most sacred day in the Jewish calendar, falls on a Saturday. Since … Continue reading

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Colleges Are Failing

Students Know Less After 4 College Years Harvard Gets D+ on Civics Quiz BY ANNIE KARNI – Staff Reporter of the Sun NY Sun, September 19, 2007 URL: Students at many of the country’s most prestigious colleges and universities … Continue reading

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Israel-India Space Launch

Israeli Space-Based Radar Set for Indian Launch By Craig Covault, Aviation Week, September 16, 2007 Military space reconnaissance capabilities are proliferating. This week, the U.S., Israel, India, China and Brazil could advance their commercial, technological and strategic interests with new … Continue reading

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Diabetics Need Exercise

Any kind of exercise helps diabetics Doctors should prescribe workouts to every patient, researchers say Reuters, Sept 18, 2007 WASHINGTON – Weight training works just as well as running on a treadmill or biking to help the most important symptom … Continue reading

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Israel Helps American Education

Israeli education program helps urban American students realize their learning potential By Batsheva Pomerantz, Israel 21C,  September 17, 2007 When underachieving fourth graders in Bridgeport, Connecticut recently spent three days undergoing a battery of educational tests, they not only had … Continue reading

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