Monthly Archives: September 2013

Israeli hero of 9/11 remembered

Danny Lewin H’yd: The very first victim of 9/11 Ron Jager www.ronjager.com The writer, a 25-year veteran of the I.D.F., served as a field mental health officer. Prior to retiring in 2005, served as the Commander of the Central Psychiatric … Continue reading

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Israel is a great little country

Time Favors Israel The Resilient Jewish State Israel has so far been a great success story, and time seems to be on its side. A review of the balance of power between Israel and its foes, of the domestic characteristics … Continue reading

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Temple Mount has long Jewish history

News Tishrei 5, 5774, 09/09/13 01:13 Ancient Golden Treasure Found at Foot of Temple Mount “Ophel Treasureā€ apparently includes oldest Torah ornament ever found: medallion with Menorah, Torah and Shofar etchings Arutz Sheva In summer excavations at the foot of … Continue reading

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Israel-bashing violates academic standards

Israel-bashing seminar does ANU no credit by: Gerald M. Steinberg From: The Australian September 11, 2013 12:00AM The main task of a university is to pursue knowledge, free from political or religious dogmas, and ideological or other biases. It is … Continue reading

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Israeli doctors risk their lives for Syrians

  Reprinted from Daily Alert, September 9, 2013 Israel’s Secret Doctors – Robert Fulford (National Post-Canada) When Israeli doctors and aid workers go into refugee camps in Jordan, they change clothes so that they can fade into the background. They … Continue reading

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Israel remembers Yom Kippur War

Ministers recall Yom Kippur War experiences Young Shai Piron heard radio break fast’s sanctity, officer Uri Ariel was supposed to head home, Moshe Ya’alon never dreamed of choosing army as career. Ministers of Israel’s 33rd cabinet talk about their experience … Continue reading

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More proof of Jewish history in Israel

Proof of Solomon’s mines found in Israel September 3rd, 2013 in Other Sciences / Archaeology & Fossils This is the stratigraphy of the Slaves’ Hill, resulting from 150 years of copper production peaking in the 10th century BCE. Credit: American … Continue reading

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Israeli filmaker promotes coexistence

Can cinema be used as a tool to end Syria violence? Tuesday, 3 September 2013 Reprinted from Al-Arabiya An Israeli filmmaker urged cinema makers and artists to create films promoting integration and co-existence to overcome the culture of violence in … Continue reading

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