Pfizer CEO says he expects the COVID-19 virus to “be with us for the years to come,” but that barring another anomaly like Omicron, life should return to some form of normal within the next few months.
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The government also plans to increase funding to anti-BDS efforts, says Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.
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Sheina Vaspi, 20, is making history for Israel, first at the World Alpine Skiing Championships in Lillehammer and in March at the Paralympics in Beijing.
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“I can tell you that all the examinations ... other than the fact that the police use advanced technologies, turned out to [reveal that the accusations are] incorrect,” says Internal Security Minister Omer Bar-Lev.
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The sixteenth-century missive, found in the binding of another old volume, seeks to enlist Rabbi Isaac Luria Ashkenazi’s support in raising money for the Jews of the Holy Land.
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The effort involved 40 focus groups comprised of students, faculty, staff, alumni and trustees, in addition to a campus-wide survey.
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“Particularly in light of recent anti-Semitic incidents, it is essential to continue this important work with our partners to protect all of our citizens from acts of violence and hate,” said Jason Shames, CEO of the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey.
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Rabbi Nadav Caine of Beth Israel Congregation criticized the “hateful propaganda” being promoted by the anti-Israel demonstrators.
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Professor Rear. Admiral (Ret.) Shaul Chorev tells JNS that Israel needs a more thought-out strategy when it comes to dealing with the Iranian threat at sea, as well as combat that has become “increasingly asymmetric.”
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“I would hope that she understands the severity of what she did,” Aryeh Fried told CBS New York. “To do it to anybody is obviously problematic, but for an adult to do it to a child is just beyond crazy.”
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IMPACT-se discovered that peacemaking was “by far” the top priority discussed in the textbooks that were analyzed.
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Donor liver machine perfusion is a preservation method that has been developed to reduce the incidence and severity of donor liver injury and to improve outcomes after organ transplantation
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“There is a clear need in the market for wholesome, patriotic American content that doesn’t apologize for the values we hold dear,” said writer, editor and mother of five Bethany Mandel.
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The Israeli prime minister also talked about ways to consolidate Israel’s international standing by strengthening the assets Israel can offer in a range of sectors, with an emphasis on high-tech.
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The resolution aims to stamp out Holocaust denial and distortion, prioritizing education and placing a greater responsibility on social-media platforms.
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“Israel has a lot of experience, knowledge and technology on missile defense. Israel can learn from what happens, and they can learn from Israel,” said Yoel Guzansky, a senior research fellow at the Institute for National Security Studies
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Lt. Col. Ofer Tchorz of the 74th tank battalion said the exercise simulated combat against Hezbollah in Lebanon, in which the battalion would have to navigate hilly terrain and take on a heavily armed enemy that uses guerilla warfare tactics and fights out of populated areas.
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The UAE’s Ambassador to Washington said the attacks included drones and cruise missiles.
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“Not only does the administration not care about discrimination against Orthodox or Zionist Jews, but they also actively retaliate against them,” claimed Professor Jeffrey Lax, who in a lawsuit against Kingsborough Community College, part of the CUNY system, he was physically and verbally threatened.
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