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Iran Regime Rejects Talks With Trump Administration on Ballistic Missile Program

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Iran has no plans to extend the range of its missiles since their 2,000-kilometer (1,240-mile) reach is enough to protect the country, the Revolutionary Guards commander said on Tuesday, amid mounting US pressure over Tehran’s missile program. Iran‘s government again ruled out negotiations with US President Donald Trump over Tehran’s military capabilities and regional influence, saying … Read More

US Senate approves $500m for Israel’s missile defense program

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

The 2019 National Defense Authorization Act passed by the US Senate yesterday allocates $500 million for Israeli missile programs and $50 million for a joint US-Israeli program for combating the tunnels threat. This is the first time that military aid to Israel has been determined under the memorandum of understanding between Israel and the US … Read More

Israeli High Tech Drawing Investors From Beyond The US

Friday, June 15, 2018

Israel’s technology sector is attracting all sorts to its shores, including investors from regions that previously conducted little business in the country, panelists said during Mergermarket’s Israel M&A Forum. “It used to be the Microsofts and the Ciscos of this world” that came looking for acquisitions in Israel, “now it’s potentially everyone,” thanks to technological … Read More

Nano system delivers anticancer drugs to childhood tumors

Friday, June 15, 2018

A nanotech system invented in Israel for transporting anticancer drugs specifically in pediatric patients has been shown to slow tumor growth and prolong life expectancy in engineered mice by 42 percent. In most of the Western world, cancer is the primary cause of death in children over the age of one. The new system meets … Read More

Bipartisan Bill to Counter Palestinian Textbooks That ‘Demonize Israel’ Introduced in Congress

Friday, June 15, 2018

Members of Congress have brought forward a bipartisan bill to review textbooks and other materials used in Palestinian schools that have been accused of promoting extremism. The Palestinian Authority Educational Curriculum Transparency Act — introduced in the House of Representatives on Thursday by Rep. David Young (R-Iowa) — calls on the US State Department to annually … Read More

US may leave UN Human Rights Council

Friday, June 15, 2018

A US source, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Reuters the withdrawal appeared to be “imminent” but had no details. Diplomatic sources said it was not a question of if but of when the United States retreats from the Human Rights Council, which is holding a three-week session through July 6. A separate US official … Read More

Hamas threatens to launch 5,000 fire kites, balloons Friday

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Hamas on Thursday threatened to send 5,000 fire kites and balloons deep into Israeli territory on Friday, when the Gaza border will see another of the weekly “March of Return” mass protests, Palestinian and Israeli media reported. The Palestinian terror group, the de facto ruler in the Strip, said at a press conference that the … Read More

Israeli scientists say step taken toward finding treatment for ALS

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Researchers at Tel Aviv University say they may have found the basis of what could become a treatment for the devastating neurodegenerative Lou Gehrig disease, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), which causes muscles to atrophy and produces permanent disability in patients. Currently there is no cure for the illness, and life expectancy of a person … Read More

If deal fails, Iran threatens enrichment of uranium beyond accord’s limitations

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

An Iranian atomic official threatened Wednesday that should a landmark nuclear deal with world powers fall apart, his country will be ready to begin uranium enrichment beyond the limitations set by the agreement at one of its nuclear facilities and install new equipment at another. Following the US withdrawal last month from the 2015 agreement, … Read More