Competition for remote Femtech; The future of Education; Israel’s largest server farm; and much more! by: Michael Ordman ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Aviptadil saves Covid-19 patients As reported here previously, Aviptadil from Israel’s NeuroRx, is undergoing Phase 2/3 trials in Israel and the US. The adapted treatment, now known as RLF-100, prevents Covid-19 replication and has already... Read more »

Gaza sewage sea

Each day, millions of gallons of raw sewage pour into the Gaza Strip's Mediterranean beachfront, turning miles of once-scenic coastline into a stagnant dead zone and polluting Israeli water as well.

Summer is nearly upon us. In Israel, this is traditionally a time for blasting the AC, heading to the beach…and rocket fire from Gaza. On Monday, the IDF deployed an Iron Dome anti-missile battery beside the southern Israeli city of Beersheba, in response to multiple rocket salvos that had been launched at Israel from the... Read more »

DJ POTUS (aka President Obama) seamlessly juxtaposes melodically progressive nuclear non-proliferation mantras like “Reset” with authoritarian breakout beats from renowned soprano MC Kim Jung-un, not to mention that world class Mix Master, Teheran’s own Ali ‘Special K’ Khameini. Yes, POTUS’s ‘Hello I Love You’ Nowruz serenade fell on deaf ears. But, it wasn’t buried by... Read more »

Israel is the first and possibly last great hope for democracy in the Middle East. As such, the Jewish State must aspire to more than just exist.

Gamla

This ancient city is known as 'the Masada of the North' and is remembered for the catastrophic defeat suffered by Jewish rebels against the Romans.

IDF Special Needs Soldiers

The autistic young men and women can sit for hours in front of electronic maps spotting the minutest changes. This rare ability eludes most non-autistic soldiers.