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Despite COVID-19 Lockdowns, Summer Camps Connecting Campers to Jewish Community Through Technology

Coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdowns have caused summer camps to close, but these crucial educational endeavors are still connecting campers to the Jewish community – through technology.

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EXPOSED: Network of Cultural Orgs in Jerusalem Funded by Europeans is Run by PFLP Operatives

An intricate network of cultural and civilian institutions that is run by activists of Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), several of them who have served prison terms for acts of terrorism, are directly funded by European countries, TPS has learned.

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With No Incoming Tourism, Jerusalem Shifts Focus to Israelis

The global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has brought a complete halt to incoming tourism to Israel, forcing the tourism industry to shift its focus to the local market. Until the Coronavirus crisis, 80% of tourists in Jerusalem came from countries around the world. The number of foreign tourists in Jerusalem has dropped to zero, prompting Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem and council member Fleur Hassan-Nahoum to seek solutions in Israel.

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Jerusalem: 3 Corona Patients Treated with Passive Vaccine Fully Recover

Three Coronavirus (COVID-19) patients treated at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem with an experimental passive vaccine treatment by administering Immunoglobulin G (IgG) have fully recovered, giving hope for other patients. The three were treated as part of a clinical study, jointly conducted by Hadassah Hospital and the public biomedical company Kamada.

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EU ‘Bears Significant Responsibility for Palestinian Terror:’ TPS Expose Elicits Anger, Calls for Action

TPS’ exposure of an intricate network of cultural and civilian institutions that is run by activists of Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) that are directly funded by European countries, has generated calls by advocates and organizations for action.

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Israeli Lawmaker Suggests ‘Turbo Retraining’ to Fight Spiking Unemployment

A "turbo retraining plan" will bring 100,000 workers back to the job market within two years, Member of Knesset (MK) Nir Barkat suggested, a program he says can assuage the spiking unemployment rate in Israel which was generated by the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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First Temple Era Administrative Center from the Days of King Hezekiah Uncovered in Jerusalem

A 2,700-year-old administrative storage center from the days of the kings Hezekiah and Menashe was recently uncovered by Israeli archeologists in Jerusalem near the US Embassy, shedding new light on the understanding of the dramatic period.

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Holland Admits it Paid Two Terrorists Responsible for Murder of Israeli Teen

Two Arab terror suspects involved in the August 2019 bomb attack that killed 17-year-old Rina Shnerb were paid from Dutch taxes, Minister of Foreign Affairs Stef Blok and Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Sigrid Kaag admitted to the Dutch House of Representatives on Monday.

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Israeli Drones Deployed to Save Lives in Arctic Circle

Israeli drones will be used in rescue missions in glaciers and fjords in the Arctic Circle in northern Norway. The skimmers developed by Atlas Dynamics are equipped with the ability to operate in extremely cold conditions. Over the past year, they have passed flight tests for rescue missions in arctic weather conditions, which were performed by the Norwegian People’s Aid (NPAID), the world’s leading arctic rescue unit.

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Israelis Launch App that Can Help Stem Spread of Coronavirus in US

A group of Israelis has joined together to create an app that can connect millions of people across the world and stem the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), with a focus on the US, which is readily becoming the epicenter of the global outbreak.

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Palestinian Authority Accuses Israel of Spreading Coronavirus in “Biological Warfare’

The global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been recruited by the Palestinian Authority (PA) for its use in incitement against Israel, claiming that “Israel and IDF soldiers have become agents of the Coronavirus for the deliberate infection of the Palestinians” and that Israel is conducting “biological warfare against the Palestinians.”

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Israeli Company MyHeritage To Set Up Corona Test-Lab in Israel, Boosting Country’s Screening Abilities

Israeli online genealogy platform MyHeritage has teamed up with the Chinese genetics research center and genome sequencing company BGI to utilize its technology in establishing a laboratory to test Israelis for the novel Coronavirus (Covid-19), boosting the country’s daily screening abilities by another 10,000 tests.

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