On the Jewish festival of Purim, we wear masks as a disguise. It reflects the Purim story.
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Many readers say that they are amused by some of the articles in my positive weekly Israel newsletter featuring Israeli innovations, discoveries and humanitarian activities. Here are a few recent examples.
Israelis have the 8th longest life-expectancy in world according to the latest WHO figures. Israeli medical treatments and devices are extending lives all over the world. Here are some of the recent Israeli news items relating just to the areas of cancer, cardiology, neuroscience and diabetes.
The UK has recently been totally absorbed with the June 23 referendum on whether it should Remain or Exit the European Union. Some say the UK’s economy would collapse if it terminated its EU membership. UK citizens should not panic, however, but instead take a closer look at the 'Israeli model.'
The prophetess Miriam (Moses’s sister) led the women in song and dance to celebrate the Hebrews’ escape from Pharaoh’s army. Today, Israel’s women are at the forefront of Israel’s phenomenal innovations and achievements, as evidenced in these examples from the past few weeks.
The Exodus from Egypt was preceded by ten plagues. Today, Israelis have transformed the very essence of many of these plagues for the benefit of mankind.
Recently, the BBC erased the name of Israel, Jews and Israeli companies from a program discussing the use of genetics to improve the drought resistance of wheat. So I decided to unmask some of Israel's global activities that benefit the world.
With the on-going murderous attacks by some Arabs on Jews, you may be surprised to discover that there are still many recent examples of co-existence and cooperation between Jews and Arabs both inside and outside of Israel.
Predictions for Israel’s medical achievements that will take place in the forthcoming new Jewish Year of 5776. They are reliable predictions, as they mirror actual events that occurred in 5775.
I usually publicize the positive achievements of the Jewish State. This week, however, I want to illustrate that much of Israel’s work also goes into counteracting the negative side of life in the modern world.
I always marvel how fresh and exciting the discoveries and innovations that I collect are. But last week, even I couldn’t anticipate the vast number of astonishing stories recently reported in the Jewish State.
In contrast to Iran’s destructive ambitions and manipulative nuclear activities, Israelis are working from the microscopic to the atomic level, in order to develop vital medical treatments and life-enhancing technology.
In contrast to a UN report containing biased information on reduced foreign investment in Israel, here are some recent news articles that reflect the real economic success of the Jewish State.
The most serious problems affecting the planet include disease, hunger, drought, natural disasters and terrorism. Israel’s superb work to combat these menaces deserves far more publicity.
One of my readers suggested that I write another anti-boycott article, so I just took excerpts from Israel’s positive news over the last 3 weeks and will let you make up your minds as to whether or not there is a boycott.
One of the Israelis’ most famous characteristics is a “can do” attitude. And over the past few weeks, Israel has shown just what can be done in the Jewish State.
It’s clear from recent anti-Israel resolutions that the UN doesn’t care what happens in the Middle East. In contrast, Israel continues to perform the good deeds that a caring world really should be cheering.
Israel’s agricultural technology is bringing prosperity to those nations willing to recognize the true benevolent nature of the Jewish State.
Israeli innovations are opening doors to millions across the planet who had previously thought that their window of opportunity was firmly shut.
The age of 67 is when adults usually go into retirement. But as the State of Israel celebrates its own 67th birthday it shows no sign of stopping its work to benefit humanity, and is even increasing its tremendous pace of innovation. By: Michael Ordman There have been many recent Israeli medical advances to combat... Read more »
After 2000 years of exile, citizens of the State of Israel can be proud of their phenomenal technological achievements in just 67 years. It’s as if the gift of time itself has been bestowed on the Jewish State for the benefit of humanity.
Current news is full of smart Israeli solutions that benefit the world. There are also many examples of smart countries, companies and individuals that have recognized this important role of the Jewish State.
Over 3,500 years ago, Moses demanded of the Egyptian Pharaoh to “let my people go”. Today, Moses would be proud of the lengths to which the modern Jewish nation goes to benefit humanity.
Jewish tradition connects the five books of Moses (the Torah) with water. For a healthy life, our sages say that you cannot go three days without either. Recently there have been many news stories from Israel on the theme of water – all focusing on the Israeli priority of saving or benefiting human life. By:... Read more »
As Israel’s political parties fight another election and form alliances in its aftermath, here are some other perhaps more constructive battles that the Jewish State has been fighting recently.