Monthly Archives: August 2010

Mosque as a symbol

Symbols and their meaning Michael Anbar, PhD – UCI Exclusive,  August 20th, 2010 Cultures are full of symbols. Flags, standards and banners are symbols. They are not just pieces of colored cloth, wood or metal; they symbolize armies, ideologies and … Continue reading

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Israeli wins highest math honor

Israeli wins world’s most prestigious math prize Great honor for Israel: Hebrew University Professor Elon Lindenstrauss first Israeli to be awarded Fields Medal, world’s most important math prize; ‘It’s a strange feeling, I’m not used to speaking to journalists,’ winner … Continue reading

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Israeli incubators promote coexistence

In Israel, Commerce amid Conflict By Stacy Perman, TIME Europe Sunday, Aug. 15, 2010 The city of Nazareth — a town of 65,000 residents, bearing the weight of more than 2,000 years of history — sits at the southern end … Continue reading

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Supermarket promotes coexistence

Middle East Coexistence? On Aisle Two, Next to the Cornflakes Posted By Lenny and Shellie Ben-David On August 11, 2010 Pajamas Media The parking lot started the amazing experience — late model cars with Palestinian green and white license plates, … Continue reading

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Despair not peace

Summer 2010 The Despair of Zion by Walter Reich Any effort to bring peace between Israelis and Palestinians must reckon with the fact that bitter experience has taught many Israelis to doubt that their foes want a lasting concord. A … Continue reading

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Aphids detect goat breath

Insects sense danger on mammals’ breath August 9th, 2010 in Biology / Plants & Animals When plant-eating mammals such as goats chomp on a sprig of alfalfa, they could easily gobble up some extra protein in the form of insects … Continue reading

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Israel leads in renewable energy

Tom Ridge: Israel’s renewable energy know-how among world’s best “In order to ensure that sustainable and safe technologies are developed in Israel, it’s necessary to maintain a suitable balance between the state and the market.” 9 August 10 16:18, Merav … Continue reading

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Arabs are responsible for Palestinian suffering

Israel is not responsible for Palestinian oppression and suffering Reprinted from Daily Alert, August 9, 2010 Palestinian Refugees: Frozen in Time, Addicted to Pity Robert Fulford Palestinian refugees are a special case. For many reasons, various populations across the planet … Continue reading

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