Monthly Archives: July 2008

Druze Loyal to Israel

Killing of bulldozer terrorist proves Druze Arab loyalty to Israel Wednesday, July 23, 2008 Israel Today Staff  A leader of Israel’s Druze Arab community on Wednesday said that the events surrounding a second bulldozer terrorist attack in Jerusalem a day … Continue reading

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Necessary Mistakes

When Mistakes are Worth Making By Daniel Gordis , Israel Insider,  July 19, 2008 The challenge that Israel faces is not to move towards peace. Peace can’t be had. No – the challenge facing Israel is to learn how to … Continue reading

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Hope for Hydrogen Vehicles

Hydrogen Vehicles Making Impressive Progress Toward Commercialization, but Continued Government Support Needed Before Substantial Reductions Are Seen in U.S. Gasoline Usage and Carbon Emissions Press Release, National Academy of Sciences, July 17, 2008  WASHINGTON — A transition to hydrogen vehicles … Continue reading

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Gulf Domination

The Gulf in 2100: the peaceful power of a new world By Mishaal Al Gergawi , The National, July 17, 2008 By then, 2040, Dubai will serve as the Brussels of the Gulf. The Khaleeji dinar will be priced against … Continue reading

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Youth Promote Diversity

Young People Are Seen as Key to Success of Interfaith Efforts Pluralist forces must counter pull of extremists, panelists say By Ralph Dannheiser,, July 17, 2008 Muslim and Jewish girls volunteer at a New Jersey homeless shelter, where they … Continue reading

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Selection Not for the Best

Natural selection may not produce the best organisms, July 18, 2008 “Survival of the fittest” is the catch phrase of evolution by natural selection. While natural selection favors the most fit organisms around, evolutionary biologists have long wondered whether … Continue reading

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Israeli Irrigation in Senegal

New irrigation project a boon for Senegalese farmers Villagers plan to use the project – developed by the Israeli embassy in partnership with local and international nongovernmental organizations – to drastically increase their local production. By NAOMI SCHWARZ,  The Christian … Continue reading

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Arabs Buy America

Dinars for Dollars: Arabs Buying Out Collapsing Western Banks by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, Arutz Sheva, July 18, 2008 ( First it was Citibank. Now it’s Barclay’s and New York City’s Chrysler Building skyscraper. Muslim Arabs are buying out collapsing Western … Continue reading

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