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Israeli Study: Anti-Semitic Attacks Rise Worldwide

TEL AVIV – As Israel marks Holocaust Remembrance Day, a new report by Israeli researchers showed a significant spike in anti-Semitic attacks worldwide, with the largest number of Jews killed in decades. 

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Netanyahu: Cyber Attacks Can Bring Down Airlines

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on governments worldwide on Wednesday to join forces to defend against cyber threats that he said could even bring down military and civilian aircraft.

Spectators take photos as they watch the Comac C919, China's first large passenger jet, coming in for a landing on its maiden flight at Shanghai's Pudong airport on May 5, 2017. The first large made-in-China passenger plane took off on its maiden test flight on May 5, marking a key …

Just off Israeli Highway, 500,000-Year-Old Site Found

JERUSALEM – Israeli archaeologists announced Sunday they have uncovered a rare site dating back some half a million years — just next to a modern highway and only several metres underground.

AFP/File | Israeli archaeologists work at an excavation site near Jerusalem

Israeli Firm Sues Apple Over Patents in iPhone Camera Lenses

Israeli company Corephotonics filed a lawsuit against Apple yesterday, just as Apple was awarded $120 million by the Supreme Court after a prolonged battle with Samsung. Corephotonics, a maker of dual lens camera technology, claims that the cameras featured in the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus infringe on four of its patents.

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Bats Have Regional Accents, Israeli Study Shows

MIAMI — Baby bats learn language from peers in their colony, and will adopt the group’s dialect, or accent, instead of their mother’s, Israeli researchers said Tuesday.

A mother and baby grey-headed Flying fox rest in a tree before flying out to feed Sunday, March 13, 2011 at a bat colony in western Sydney, Australia. A natural food shortage caused by rains,flooding and cyclones has forced flying foxes who normally feed on pollens and nectars into suburban …

U.S. Campuses Lead Rise in Global Anti-Semitism

A report released by Israeli researchers says violent attacks on Jews dropped for a second straight year in 2016, while other forms of anti-Semitism are on the rise worldwide, particularly on U.S. campuses.

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WATCH: Arab Lawmakers Join Nakba Day Ceremony At Tel Aviv University

The Jerusalem Post reports: An international peace process is necessary to stop the deteriorating Israeli-Palestinian conflict, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault told reporters on Sunday after separately briefing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Arab MKs participated in a “Nakba Day” ceremony at Entin Square in front of the main entrance to Tel Aviv University on Sunday.

An Israeli Arab student is seen through a torn placard during a ceremony commemorating the 'Nakba Day' in front of Tel Aviv university on May 14, 2012 which was organised by Arab Israelis and left-wing students.

New Look At Ancient Shards Suggests Bible Even Older Than Thought

The Times of Israel reports: High-tech handwriting analysis of First Temple period writings inscribed on pottery shards indicates the Bible may have been written earlier than some scholars believe, Tel Aviv University researchers have found. Most scholars agree that key

Inscriptions in ancient Hebrew dating back 2,500 years discovered near Arad.

Amnon Damti: An Israeli Dancing to the Tune of Silence

TEL AVIV – Amnon Damti was born to be a dancer. But this son of Yemenite Jews who immigrated to Israel by foot was also born deaf. After enduring a difficult childhood in an institution for the deaf, Amnon saw a

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