Monthly Archives: January 2011

Arab poverty and unemployment

Poverty a major worry for Arab world The recent riots in the region by unemployed youth are a signal for authorities to take urgent action By Joseph A. Kechichian, Special to Gulf News Published:  January 13, 2011 Image Credit: Illustration: … Continue reading

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Blood cell substitutes

Bendable New Particles Can Squeeze Through Tiny Blood Vessels Flexibility matters. Research teams around the world are attempting to develop new tiny synthetic particles that will enter your bloodstream to act as red blood cells, to play the part of … Continue reading

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Israel optimistic on stem cells

Stem cell optimism sees Pluristem soar The reason for the 30% rise in the share price last week of the stem cell developer can be found in Australia. Tali Tsipori, GLOBES 9 Jan 11 19:58 Over the past week Pluristem … Continue reading

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Arab leaders don’t tell the truth

Muslims and Truth January 7, 2011 Benny Morris , National Interest.org Coptic Pope Shenouda III called for "calm" in the wake of the New Year’s Day bombing outside the church in Alexandria, in which twenty-three members of his flock were … Continue reading

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More verbal attacks from London

The Economist Strikes Again By Elliot Jager, Jewish Ideas Daily January 7, 2011 The Economist is a curious publication.  A weekly newsmagazine published in London, devoted to international politics, business news, and social trends, it largely hews to a classical … Continue reading

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Gaza needs to learn a lesson

Gaza’s self-perpetuating misery Barbara Kay, National Post,  January 6, 2011 Norway’s Aftenposten newspaper has cited three cables, amongst the 250,000 WikiLeaks U.S. cables the newspaper has in its possession, that show Israel kept the U.S. informed in 2008 of its … Continue reading

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US and Israel partner on renewable energy

BIRD Energy Grant Awarded to Virent, HCL CleanTech Posted by Joanna Schroeder – January 4th, 2011 Reprinted from Domesticfuel.com A $900,000 BIRD Energy grant has been awarded to Madison, Wisconsin-based Virent Energy Systems, Inc. and Isreal-based HCL CleanTech from the … Continue reading

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Hamas aims for civilian casualties

Hamas Operatives Planning Rocket Attacks at Jerusalem Stadium Arrested 02 January 2011 , IDF Press Release The two visited a hillside across the stadium in order to survey the area for their missile attack. Photo: Defense Ministry More Articles Is … Continue reading

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