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Israel's Good News Newsletter

In the 8th Jan 17 edition of Israel’s good news, the highlights include:

  • Israeli treatments are saving lives – and the BBC reluctantly admits it.
  • Israeli Christian leader praises religious freedom in the Jewish State.
  • Another Chilean earthquake and Israeli alert system saves more lives.
  • An Israeli has developed an easy-access bag for wheelchair users.
  • Intel has launched the full range of its 7th-gen Israel- designed microchips.
  • 17 million passengers used Ben Gurion airport in 2016 – up 11% on 2015.
  • Israel’s Mobileye has two new partners for its autonomous car technology.
  • Jerusalem is building a new Arts campus including 4 new schools.
  • 3 archaeological discoveries linking Israel to the historical events of hanukah.

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In the 4th Dec 16 edition of Israel’s good news, the highlights include: 

  • Israeli micro robots can help avoid brain surgery.
  • Israeli startups won the top 3 prizes at an international medical trade fair.
  • Israeli NGOs helped wheelchair users hike across the Negev desert.
  • Israel’s new Ambassador has arrived in Turkey.
  • Israeli recycled paper is the eco-friendliest in the world.
  • An Israeli automobile 3D vision system can see even in thick fog.
  • Top businesswomen led Israel Day at the NY Stock Exchange.
  • Nov & Dec highlights include two Ethiopian-Jewish festivals.

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Edition of September 25th, 2016

  • Israeli scientists have been able to stop breast cancer from spreading.
  • Israel’s “bacteria or virus?” blood test received a huge grant from the EU.
  • Palestinian Arabs entered Israel to celebrate Eid al Adha on Jaffa beaches.
  • Israel’s first Ambassador to NATO presented his credentials.
  • See Israel’s largest infrastructure project - the Jerusalem railway station.
  • Israel sent a natural remedy to eradicate South Africa’s mealybugs.
  • Israel has opened trade offices in Peru and Chile.
  • Ford and Uber snapped up two Israeli autonomous vehicle tech startups.
  • “David defeated Goliath.” Beersheba beat Inter Milan in Europa Cup soccer.
  • The world’s oldest man celebrated his Bar Mitzvah, 100 years late.

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Edition of 28th August, 2016 

  • An Israeli-led study has discovered chemicals to stop melanoma spreading.
  • Israeli surgeons saved the life of an Afghan boy.
  • Israelis are building shelters for victims of the Italian earthquake.
  • An Israeli startup uses Artificial Intelligence to increase crop yields.
  • Israel is first to produce a robot that can crawl, climb and swim.
  • A 2000-year-old synagogue has been unearthed in the Galilee

​For the full Newsletter, Click HERE.


Edition of August 15th, 2016

Highlights Include: 

  • A new Israeli treatment can prevent damage from strokes.
  • Israeli helicopters evacuated 8 wounded Syrians including 2 children.
  • Israel is helping Cameroon to prevent the spread of bird flu.
  • An Israeli startup can identify a sweet watermelon from its photo.
  • One of Israel’s oldest companies is building roads in Colombia.s
  • Two Israeli judokas have won Olympic medals

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Edition of August 3rd, 2016

"Many readers say that they are amused or surprised by some of the items in my positive Israeli newsletters.  This feature article contains several examples."

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Edition of 31st July, 2016 

Highlights Include:

  • Europe and the US have approved innovative Israeli compact MRI scanners.
  • The IDF’s new Chief Medical Officer is a Druze Arab.
  • Israeli students used an Israeli satellite to take a selfie from space.
  • Israeli drip irrigation is revolutionizing mushroom farming.
  • An Israeli security surveillance system will protect Uruguay.
  • The first Israeli woman to win a European championship athletics medal.
  • Mosaics depicting Biblical scenes were found at a 1600-year-old Galilee Synagogue.

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Edition of July 24th, 2016

The highlights include:

  • An Israeli cream stimulates the immune system to regrow damaged skin.
  • Israeli aid workers are helping flood victims in Virginia.
  • Israel has restored diplomatic relations with Guinea.
  • An Israeli startup is to produce meat without harming animals.
  • An Israeli device lets you tap computer text on any surface.
  • 40 years after Entebbe, Israelis are planning Uganda’s new airport.
  • Over 400 new immigrants to Israel have arrived from France and North America.
  • Biblical history is revealed at a huge Philistine cemetery in Southern Israel

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