Founded in 1897, the Zionist Organization of America (“ZOA”) is the oldest pro-Israel organization in the United States. With offices around the country and in Israel, the ZOA is dedicated to educating the public, elected officials, media, and college/high school students about the truth of the ongoing and relentless Arab war against Israel. ZOA is also committed to promoting strong U.S.-Israel relations. ZOA works to protect Jewish college and high school students from intimidation, harassment and discrimination, and in fighting anti-Semitism in general.
White House Spokesperson on Tuesday:
The United States does not recognize that Iran has a right to enrich, but “we are prepared to negotiate a strictly limited enrichment program in the end state,” said Bernadette Meehan, a spokeswoman with the White House National Security Council.
To keep up to date with the latest on the Obama Administration’s disastrous deal with Iran, follow the link above.
Chinese proverb: Give a man a fish, and you feed him for the day. Give him a fishing rod and feed him for life.
New Israeli proverb: Give a man a fishing rod and a hydroponics farm, and you give him food and sustainable income for life.
Read all about the Israeli innovation that is combining aquaculture and hydroponics to help our hungry planet.
In honor of the UN’s International Day for People with Disabilities, we bring you the moving story of Captain Yehonatan Cohen – an IDF officer who dutifully serves his country despite being physically disabled since birth.
Despite his physical limitations, Cohen’s exceptional intellect and determination have allowed him to succeed. “My parents are people who didn’t give up on me along the way,” he says, joking that his use of the phrase “didn’t give up” may be an understatement. “They really taught me that I’m capable, and I grew up with that feeling.” At his parents’ insistence – and driven by a deep desire to integrate into Israeli society – Cohen attended high school with non-disabled students and graduated with honors.
With the huge range of choice now on offer, from doughnuts stuffed with dulce de leche, to dark chocolate, cream and even berries laced with alcohol, the biggest choice facing most consumers these days is which one to choose.
This week’s photograph was taken in Jerusalem’s Mahane Yehuda market by Miriam Alster of Flash90.
Follow the link to check out this scrumptiously snapped photo!
Sami Zangi suffered from essential tremor for 15 years.
The involuntary shaking in his hands was so bad that he could not successfully bring a glass of water to his lips or a pen to piece of paper. In November, treatment withfocused ultrasound beams developed and commercialized by InSightec appears to have cured Zangi.
Israeli doctors hope he will be the first of many to benefit from the technology.
Read more about this amazing new treatment by following the link above!
New York City Economic Development Corporation recognizes Israeli Big Data Analytics firm as most promising company.
Read all about SiSense’s amazing innovative data analysis by following the link above!
Israeli research reveals a cellular ‘tug of war’ that keeps rogue white blood cells from triggering diseases such as asthma and blood disorders.
Read all about this cool new research by following the link above!
Take a look at the latest batch of offbeat projects from Israeli creators, waiting for enough funding to take off!