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Without Israel, the Middle East is lost

By Tesfazion Gerhelase (August 19, 2019 / JNS) The Arab states of the Middle East have badly failed to create effective institutions. The Gulf monarchies,…

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Impromptu Good Deed: Israel’s U19 Lacrosse Team Surprises Kenya Athletes with New Cleats

Israeli Lacrosse Player Atsede Mekonen with a member of Kenya’s U19 team. A lacrosse match in the world championships turned into an unexpected opportunity for…

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Uganda native reflects on Israel bringing lifesaving safe water tech to remote villages

By Jahan Berns  I read recently about two young newly-graduated Israeli water engineers, Selda Edris and Mayes Morad, who went to a rural community in…

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The persecution of Christians in the PA must stop

Ethiopian Orthodox Christian worshipers hold candles outside Deir Al-Sultan in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher during the ceremony of the Holy Fire in Jerusalem’s…

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The top 12 ways Israel feeds the world

From drip irrigation to hardier seeds, Israeli innovations help fill hungry bellies everywhere. by Abigail Klein Leichman (May 23, 2019 / Israel21c) — As the…

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Israeli technology helps Sierra Leone schoolchildren drink clean water from air

Schoolchildren in Sierra Leone’s capital of Freetown line up for clear water on campus, supplied by an atmospheric water generator known as the “GEN-350.” Credit:…

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Israel responds to flooding in the Carolinas

Following the large-scale damage caused by Hurricane Florence in North Carolina in September, IsraAid is on the scene. A six-person emergency response team was sent…

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Israeli companies flock to homeland security conference in Biloxi

Surrounded by Mississippi, U.S. and Israeli officials, Governor Phil Bryant addresses the media Officially, the March 13 summit in Biloxi was called the International Homeland…

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