On the other hand

November 24, 2019 by Michael Kuttner
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In a welcome surprise for many and an unpleasant surprise for others, the US Secretary of State announced that henceforth Jews residing in Judea and Samaria would no longer be considered “illegal.”

This presumably means for the USA anyway that products and innovations manufactured and developed in all parts of our homeland will not need to be labelled as tainted by illegal Jewish settlements.

While our detractors promote BDS, Israel forges ahead with yet more contributions to humanity.

MORE MEDICAL GOOD NEWS

 Sufferers of diabetes received some excellent news this week. The amazing development of an artificial pancreas could very well open the way for a much better quality of life in the near future.

 

This video explains:

 

Meanwhile Israel is contributing here and now to the early detection of diabetes locally and internationally.

 


Breaking news:

In Israel’s latest medical breakthrough, the country’s leading surgeons were able to successfully perform a new “artificial meniscus” transplant, making it the first country in the world to do so.

The transplant surgery could easily replace previous treatments, such as pain management and physical therapy, for people with damaged or torn menisci.

WHAT MAKES ISRAEL SO INNOVATIVE?

 There are many reasons. Listen as one Israeli presents his explanation.

 

 

 LATEST TECHNOLOGY ON DISPLAY

 

The latest in Israeli technological innovation was on display in Tel Aviv recently. Catch up with these breathtaking developments:

 

 

 

HYDROGEN – THE FUEL OF THE FUTURE

 

Technion researchers have developed a new technique for producing hydrogen fuel which is cheaper, safer and more efficient. Take a glimpse into the fuel of the future:

 

 

 

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