On the other hand

December 6, 2020 by Michael Kuttner
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It has been a great week for Israeli sportsmen and sportswomen.

Gold and silver medals in windsurfing, gymnastics and judo plus the men’s basketball team defeating Spain, number two in the world, capped one of the most successful periods in Israeli sport in recent times.

Apart from sports, there were also some other interesting and positive developments taking place.


The Navy is upgrading its capabilities for the challenges which lie ahead.

In this part of the world there is no time to stand still. That is why non-stop research and development continues to ensure that the country maintains a permanent qualitative edge over those dedicated to its destruction.


In another blow to those promoting boycotts, divestments and sanctions, the first shipment of Israeli goods has arrived in the port of Dubai. Hopefully, this heralds the start of a productive future relationship in trade and economic relations.



In a development which could have major implications for dairy exporting countries such as New Zealand and Australia, Israeli scientists are developing milk which does not need to be sourced from cows or any other animal.

It is claimed to be healthier and better for consumers and especially for the large number of people currently allergic to the product. Moreover, it has significant advantages over soy or almond-based milk currently available.

An additional plus is that it will save countries enormous amounts of money currently expended on raising and farming cattle.

If the production of laboratory-grown meat products takes off the outlook for farming in a few years could be changed beyond recognition.

An intriguing question still to be tackled is whether these new dairy products will be classified as Kosher Parev or Kosher Dairy.

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