Daily Archives: January 18, 2022

Attorney general to demand Netanyahu agrees to stay out of politics in plea deal

By | 2022-01-18T20:43:09+00:00 January 18th, 2022|Israel|

With two weeks left to reach a plea deal, Israel's attorney general will demand Netanyahu accept a finding of moral turpitude, suspending Israel's once longest serving prime minister from political office

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Ants prefer a ‘democratic system,’ scientists from Israel discover

By | 2022-01-18T14:46:52+00:00 January 18th, 2022|Health|

In experiments with ants conducted by scientists at the Weizmann Institute, the majority group was seen to compromise with the minority in order to preserve unity − the first time behavior of this kind has been documented in the animal kingdom

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U.S. fear of Putin, Erdogan spells end of Israel’s natural gas pipeline to Europe

By | 2022-01-18T13:30:10+00:00 January 18th, 2022|Uncategorized|

U.S. says it doesn’t want to anger the leaders of Russia and Turkey by going ahead with the EastMed project; Israel has no choice but to comply

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The Arab doctor who risked his life for a Jewish family during the Holocaust

By | 2022-01-18T13:21:15+00:00 January 18th, 2022|Middle East|

Egyptian-born Dr. Mohamed Helmy is the only Arab to be honored by Yad Vashem as a righteous among the nations – yet the author of a new biography says his actions were not unique

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The Arab doctor who risked his life for a Jewish family during the Holocaust

By | 2022-01-18T13:21:15+00:00 January 18th, 2022|Middle East|

Egyptian-born Dr. Mohamed Helmy is the only Arab to be honored by Yad Vashem as a righteous among the nations – yet the author of a new biography says his actions were not unique

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Inside Erdogan’s ongoing war on K-pop, belly dancers and Netflix

By | 2022-01-18T11:25:13+00:00 January 18th, 2022|Middle East|

There’s nothing new about Erdogan’s control over media outlets in his country. What is less well known is the regime’s attacks against artists, musicians and even belly dancers

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Inside Erdogan’s ongoing war on K-pop, belly dancers and Netflix

By | 2022-01-18T11:25:13+00:00 January 18th, 2022|Middle East|

There’s nothing new about Erdogan’s control over media outlets in his country. What is less well known is the regime’s attacks against artists, musicians and even belly dancers

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Saudi coalition strikes on Yemen’s capital kill at least 20

By | 2022-01-18T11:11:36+00:00 January 18th, 2022|Middle East|

The alliance strikes on Houthi-held Sanaa follows an attack claimed by the Iran-aligned group on Monday targeting two sites in the UAE, in which three people were killed

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Abu Dhabi requires booster shot to enter amid omicron surge

By | 2022-01-18T10:30:40+00:00 January 18th, 2022|Middle East|

Abu Dhabi takes a stricter approach than its neighboring Dubai, requiring visitors to not only get a COVID booster shot but also present a negative test result from the past two weeks

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