Israel ranked as the 8th-most-powerful nation; the Jewish state comes in 19th out of 180 for food security and nutrition, and much more.

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Three of Israel’s top banks are currently led by women; Israel provides extensive humanitarian aid to victims of the Syrian civil war, and much more.

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At the Na Laga’at center in Jaffa, professional deaf & blind actors run the show; the IDF gives important jobs to young people with autism; a free program helps Israeli-Arab men stop smoking, and much more.

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Ghadir Kamal Meriach from the Israeli-Druze-Arab village of Daliat al-Carmel made history as the first woman from Israel’s Druze community to present the news on Israeli TV.

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Of the 141,200 citizens of Ethiopian origin in Israel graduating from high school, 89% took the matriculation tests compared with the national average of 94%; 20 women have enrolled in the IDF Paratroop Brigade’s instructors course; Eitan Na’eh arrived in Ankara to take up the position of Israel’s new ambassador, and much more.  By: Michael… Read more »

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25-year-old Yityish ‘Titi’ Aynaw was crowned Miss Israel in 2013 and, on speaking tours in the US, has emphasized that the world must learn how unique and diverse the Jewish state is; Ethiopian-Israeli to become IDF Colonel, and much more.

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Fiji has received 12 portable solar generators from Israel to address the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Winston; Billed as the largest clearinghouse of its type, a new website has plenty of resources to counter the lies of those who want to boycott the Jewish State, and much more.

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Israel is increasing the fishing zone for Gaza fisherman from six to nine nautical miles to facilitate increased activity in Gaza Strip’s fishing sector; In the documentary ‘My Home,’ we see life in Israel through those rarely heard from – the Israeli-Arab citizens who would never live anywhere else, and much more.

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Israel’s Dr. Bill Clark combats poaching in Kenya. Now another Israeli, Ofir Drori, has launched the EAGLE network and put 1300 poachers behind bars; 4,500 non-Jews (mostly Israeli Arabs) do national service, and much more.

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Israel is in the top category for battling human trafficking for the fifth year in a row; The Israeli Knesset has passed a new bill to help single parents join the workforce, and much more.

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Gal Gadot, the Israeli actress who plays Wonder Woman in the film Batman vs Superman, is the star of a new campaign to highlight the uniqueness of Israeli women; Eight severely injured Syrians were evacuated by Israeli helicopters, and much more.

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Israeli international relief organization IsraAid has been helping West Virginia homeowners with the tremendous amount of damage caused by flash floods in June; The IDF treats hundreds of Syrians wounded in the ongoing civil war in that country, and much more.

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Israel is due to open in October a new 40-mile rail line between Haifa and a terminal 5 miles short of the Jordanian border; Over 650 women attended the 7th annual Temech Conference for Israeli Female Entrepreneurs on June 28 in Jerusalem, and much more.

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Is it possible to ‘reprogram’ an organism, which consumes sugar and releases carbon dioxide, to consume carbon dioxide from the environment and produce the sugars it needs to build its body mass? That is just what a group of Weizmann Institute of Science researchers recently did.

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Hundreds of Eritrean asylum-seekers marched in Tel Aviv in support of a UN probe into the African state’s regime, considered one of the world’s most repressive; The 3 Million Club is an Israeli NGO that works in Haiti, Nepal, and is now starting in India to save children from malnutrition, and much more.

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The Israeli company Nano Textile has invented a technology that makes any fabric capable of killing bacteria. The technology prevents bacteria growth on natural and synthetic fibers, which helps prevent the spread of infections acquired in hospitals and reduces cross-contamination between medical staff and patients.

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The Empire State Building in New York City shone blue and white on June 5 – mirroring the colors of the Israeli flag – for the annual Celebrate Israel Parade and festival in New York City; Israeli genealogical website MyHeritage recorded family stories of some of the 800 native tribes in Papua New Guinea, and much more.

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Israel has sent $20,000 worth of supplies to Sri Lanka, following recent floods and landslides there; The Israeli Ministry of Economy held the first Israeli Food Festival in 25 Costco stores across Japan, focused proton beam lasers to treat tumors, and much more.

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