Monthly Archives: July 2011

Boycott law is justified

From Israel’s Press: Boycott Law by Emanuel Shilo, Besheva Editor in Chief, July 15, 2011  The following editorial on the Boycott Law, entitled "How the Wheel Turns", is translated by Arutz Sheva from the popular, religious-Zionist "Besheva" weekly Hebrew newspaper. … Continue reading

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Stem cells from patient

Stem Cells: Nearing Goal of Using Patient’s Own Cells to Make Stem Cells to Replace Lost or Diseased Tissue Web address: 110715135553.htm Round hematopoietic (blood) cells emerge from differentiating human pluripotent stem cells. (Credit: Courtesy of Aaron Parker, Salk … Continue reading

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Genome similarities

Discovering The Bigger Picture In Chromosomes Released: 7/6/2011 10:15 AM EDT Source: Kansas State University Research Team Finds Similarities In Genomes Across Multiple Species; Platypus Still Out Of Place Newswise — MANHATTAN, Kan. — By mapping various genomes onto an … Continue reading

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Read the book first

Torat HaMelech: Preventing the Public from Examining a Book By David Bedein Press release, Mon, July 4, 2011  Director, Israel Resource News Agency Our agency received the book, Torat HaMelech, for review, more than a year ago. We read Torat … Continue reading

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Ossuary discovered in Israel

OSSUARY YIELDS NEW DETAIL OF GOSPEL STORY Background comes to light on the family of the high priest who pursued Jesus The bone box itself was plundered from a Second Temple-era grave by looters. But when archaeologists finally got their … Continue reading

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