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CUFI Action Alert Opposing Sen. Paul’s Effort to End Security Assistance to Israel Draws 80,000 Responses

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

July 10, 2018 WASHINGTON – Last week, Christians United for Israel (CUFI), the nation’s largest pro-Israel organization, distributed a national action alert asking the group’s members to contact Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and express their opposition to his effort to end US security assistance to Israel over the next ten years. The alert generated 80,000 … Read More

CUFI’s The Watchman to Air 100th Episode

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

June 27, 2018 SAN ANTONIO – On Friday, July 6th, Christians United for Israel’s (CUFI) television program, The Watchman, will air its 100th episode. The hard-hitting, news magazine style program, which airs weekly on Fridays in primetime on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), covers current events and human interest stories relevant to Israel. “From visiting … Read More

New home-use breast cancer detection device wins Creator Award

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

It’s always inspiring when the good guys win. That was certainly the feeling that swept the 5,000-person strong audience at the WeWork Creator Awards last week when Jerusalem-based MonitHer won the $360,000 grand prize. The company was founded by American immigrant to Israel Yehudit Abrams who honed her ultrasound expertise while doing a post-doc at … Read More

Israeli submarine technology set to green the trucking industry

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Submarines and electric battery-powered trucks might seem as odd a mix as water and oil, but the connection runs deep and Israeli. British-Israeli firm Tevva has figured out how to use electric battery technology originally developed to power submarines in its eco-friendly trucks. Investors are now taking notice big time. The Indian auto component giant … Read More

‘When I look at him, I don’t see a child from Gaza—I see a child’

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

“Two days ago, in a windowless corridor in the center of Israel, a five-month-old baby from Gaza was wheeled away from his crying grandmother, while two Israeli women held her,” Dr. Moran wrote. “He was taken into heart surgery, for the second time in his short life, where Israeli doctors fixed his congenital heart defect … Read More

Researchers at Tel Aviv U. develop turn-on probes to pinpoint cancer cells

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Researchers at Tel Aviv University have developed smart nanoprobes that turn on a florescent light in presence of cancerous cells, which they say “may dramatically improve” post-surgical outcomes for cancer patients. The researchers created a so called “smart probe” that, when injected into a patient a few hours before surgery to excise a primary tumor, may … Read More

US Army inks $193 million deal to buy Israeli tank defense system

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

The US Army on Tuesday awarded a contract worth nearly $200 million for Israel’s TROPHY defense system to shield its Abrams tanks, according to the Rafael Advanced Defense Systems contractor. The systems, which block incoming anti-tank missiles, will be supplied to the US Army by the Armerican defense contractor Leonardo DRS, Inc., which partnered with … Read More

Israeli firefighters extinguish a fire

Israeli Military Establishes ‘War Room’ to Combat Gaza Terror Kites

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

The IDF’s Gaza Division has adopted a new strategy to fight the incendiary kites and balloons from the Gaza Strip that have destroyed thousands of acres of land in southern Israel and caused millions of shekels in damage. In response to the Palestinians’ new terror tactic, the Gaza Division has established a “war room” that … Read More