Monthly Archives: September 2011

Palestinian state will not end conflict

Print Interview: Refugees will not be citizens of new state “When we have a state accepted as a member of the United Nations, this is not the end of the conflict. This is not a solution to the conflict. This … Continue reading

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Museum did the right thing

Museum was right to cancel Gaza kids’  art exhibit Thursday, September 15, 2011 | by JWeekly.com    Imagine explaining to a 5-year-old the meaning of a dismembered corpse, of a Jewish bomb dropping on a bloody town square, of an … Continue reading

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Bionic eye with artificial retina

The Brain: "I See," Said the Blind Man With an Artificial Retina 09.15.2011, Discover Magazine New ocular implants are already illuminating colors and shapes, and promise to become far better. by Carl Zimmer Human retina. iStockphoto For 100 million people … Continue reading

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Very disconcerting news

Israel Resource Review Issue of September 12, 2011 Egypt, Hamas Agree On Tunnels Middle East Newsline, GAZA CITY [MENL] — Egypt and Hamas have reached an agreement on the flow of people and goods. Hamas security sources said the Islamic … Continue reading

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ADHD and ODD Review

Special Issue: Focus on ADHD ADHD & ODD: Confronting the Challenges of Disruptive Behavior By CHRISTOPHER K. PETERS, MD University of Louisville | September 9, 2009 Dr Peters is director of training in child and adolescent psychiatry and assistant professor … Continue reading

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Israeli Embassy attacked in Egypt

Egyptian protesters raid Israeli embassy as ambassador and family flee the country Egyptian commandos storm Israeli embassy to rescue six staff trapped inside 450 people injured during violent clashes between protesters and security forces Israeli ambassador flees country in military … Continue reading

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Yesha is diverse and normal

Yesha: Not What You Think, Not What You Are Told Victims of the United State of Deceptive Journalism, the Jewish population of Judea and Samaria has to be one of the most misrepresented in Israel. From Marc Prowisor Not what … Continue reading

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UN vote for Palestinians raises concerns

Palestinian quest stirs new fears Plan to ask for statehood raises concerns of new stage in Mideast conflict By ETHAN BRONNER,   New York Times Published 12:00 a.m., Sunday, September 11, 2011 RAMALLAH, West Bank — Less than two weeks before … Continue reading

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