Monthly Archives: August 2008

Model For Religious Tolerance

Flushing, New York City: A Religiously Diverse Community By R. Scott Hanson, America.gov., August 19, 2008 There are more than 200 places of worship in the Flushing neighborhood of the borough of Queens in New York City, a community about … Continue reading

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Copy the Monkeys

Food and Nutrition: Goin’ Bananas By Jo-Ann Heslin, Health News Digest, Aug 17, 2008 (HealthNewsDigest.com) – Bananas are an inexpensive, readily available, favorite fruit that requires no refrigeration and comes packaged in its own handy wrapper. But, before the early … Continue reading

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Soot Changes Climate

Scientists Reveal Soot’s Role in Climate Change Press Release from Weizmann Institute,  August 14, 2008  REHOVOT, ISRAEL – August 14, 2008 – Tons of soot are released into the air annually as forest fires rage from California to the Amazon … Continue reading

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Energy From Waste

Turning Waste Material Into Ethanol ScienceDaily (Aug. 14, 2008) — Say the word “biofuels” and most people think of grain ethanol and biodiesel.  But there’s another, older technology called gasification that’s getting a new look from researchers at the U.S. … Continue reading

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Travel Advisory 1954

Editor’s Note: Hardly a day goes by when Palestinian sympathizers aren’t bemoaning the “plight of the oppressed Palestinians suffering from the brutal Israeli occupation.” Mostly they cite the security checkpoints which make it difficult for the West Bank and Gaza … Continue reading

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Longing for Israeli Return

In one town, Gazans yearn for previous Israeli presence Mawassi residents say life was better before 2005, when they were part of an Israeli settlement enclave. Few can find work now. By Rafael D. Frankel, The Christian Science Monitor, August … Continue reading

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One-State Fallacy

Palestinians: Our way or the highway By Ami Isseroff, August 11, 2008 http://www.zionism-israel.com/log/archives/00000591.html Zionism & Israel Center http://zionism-israel.com As the "Right of Return" fraud is gradually recognized for what it is, a new one has taken its place. Palestinians have … Continue reading

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Israel Must Be a Jewish State

Post-Zionism’s fatal flaw If Israel is not Zionist, it won’t be Jewish; if it’s not Jewish it won’t be democratic By Martin Sherman, YNet News, August 11, 2008 "In my understanding, the concept "Post Zionism" is – at the ideological … Continue reading

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