Iran Rolls put the Rhetoric in Defense Drill’ against Zionists

Iran rolled out advanced weapons and new rhetoric Tuesday as it launched a five day “Guardians of the Islamic Skies defense drill. The opening exercises identified “aircrafts of the enemy dubbed as ‘Orange Forces” and intercepted them with anti-aircraft missiles, according to the semi-official PRESS TV. In a clear warning to the United States and […]


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Home Depot 3rd-quarter net income rises

FILE – In this file photo taken May 18, 2009, in Little Rock, Ark., customers shop at a Home Depot store. Home Depot Inc. said Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010, a tight lid on expenses helped the largest U.S. home-improvement retailer’s third-quarter net income rise 21 percent, despite a lackluster 1 percent revenue increase as home […]


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Stock futures retreat on overseas concerns

NEW YORK (AP) — Stock futures fell Tuesday following new worries about rising inflation in Asia and the possibility Ireland might need a bailout. Asian markets fell overnight after South Korea’s central bank raised interest rates to curb growing inflation. There has been speculation in recent days that China will have to take similar steps […]


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Feds may move to ban alcoholic energy drinks

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators are expected to move to ban caffeinated alcoholic drinks as soon as this week, according to a New York senator. Democratic Sen. Charles Schumer, who has pushed the Obama administration to ban the beverages, said Tuesday the Food and Drug Administration is expected to find that caffeine is an unsafe […]


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Interview with World Expert on Anti-Semitism: Danger is Real

According to Professor Robert S. Wistrich, Neuberger chair for Modern European History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, anti-Semitism is very much alive and growing worse every day. In an interview to Israel National News TV, the Director of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism (SICSA), who has also authored “A […]


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Israel’s Highest Quality Satellite Presented at Aerospace Conf.

OptSat 3000 is one of many technologies and developments presented at Israel’s Second Annual International Aerospace Exhibition Conference, which is taking place in Jerusalem this week. Developed by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), Optsat 3000 is a three axis stabilized, autonomous satellite, designed according to a low weight, low power, and high reliability concept. Officials at IAI report […]


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Israeli Directors Join Ariel Boycott, But For What Reason?

Dozens of Israeli movie and TV directors have joined the boycott of the theater in Ariel, it was reported on Sunday. The boycott was first announced several months ago by Israeli theater artists and academics who refused to perform in Ariel simply because of its location in Samaria. The artists and actors wrote in a […]


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Ramat HaSharon Mayor: Ariel Boycotters Unwelcome in My Town

Itzik Rochberger, the mayor of Ramat HaSharon, says he has received supportive reactions from citizens as well as other local authority heads, after he announced that artists who boycott Ariel will not be invited to perform in his town either. Ramat HaSharon is a relatively affluent northern neighbor of Tel Aviv. “I read in the […]


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Asian stocks lower after South Korean rate hike

FILE – In this Nov. 11, 2010 file photo, traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, file) TOKYO (AP) — Asian stocks were mostly lower Tuesday as an interest rate hike in South Korea added to speculation China will also tighten monetary policy to cool inflation. South Korea’s […]


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Diuretic Pill Cuts Deaths in Heart Failure Patients

Diuretic Pill Cuts Deaths in Heart Failure Patients Nov. 15, 2010 (Chicago) — The diuretic pill Inspra substantially cuts the risk of death and hospitalization among people with mild heart failure, researchers report. The findings suggest that the drug, already used to treat advanced heart failure, also has value for people with mild disease, says […]


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