Tag Archives: Ariel University

Good News Friday Part II

As I mentioned in my previous post, this week you’re getting a double portion of good news, so without further ado, here is your second helping of Good News Friday. ☺. My first item comes once again from Israel’s biomedical … Continue reading

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US State Department’s perfidy undermining Israeli sovereignty

I often write about “perfidious Albion”, referring to the hypocrisy and two-faced bias of Britain against Israel. But in the last few years under the Obama Administration, it is America, or more precisely the State Department, that has earned the … Continue reading

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Let’s see you boycott this, idiots

An infuriating news item caught my eye yesterday in the Jerusalem Post: the head of an organization of 1,000 (one thousand!) Israeli sociologists announced that they are severing all contact with Ariel University since “it is not in Israel”: Prof. … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

Another week has sped by with its ups and downs, but now it’s time to sit back and relax with a new Good News Friday installment. First a good dose of schadenfreude to start off the weekend with several important … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

Another week has rushed past and it’s time for another installment of Good News Friday. We’ll start this week with some more good news from Israel’s outstanding biomedical field. Hebrew University students are working on a tiny antenna to treat … Continue reading

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A couple of post-Hannukah minor miracles

A couple of items in today’s news caught my attention today which I would classify in the category of post-Hannukah miracles (or Christmas miracles for those who are celebrating). The first and more important item is that Human Rights Watch, … Continue reading

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