Israel In Depth 6.30.2017

Posted by: Aaron Spiegel

July 5, 2017

Israel In Depth

The Israel In Depth report is a regular feature on the JCRC’s blog from our Israel and International Affairs Committee.

June 30, 2017

Israel at Home:

  • University of Haifa study of 102 men demonstrates genetic mutation likely contributes to increased longevity.  Read more here.
  • Israeli-Palestinian Children participate in joint photography class.  Read more here.

Israel Abroad:

  • Azerbaijani Deputy PM flown to Israel for heart surgery.  Read more here.
  • Israel’s first female Muslim diplomat appointed to represent Israel in Turkey.  Read more here.
  • Netenyahu is first non-African leader to address the Economic Community of West African States.  Read more here.
  • Brazil looks to Israeli tech to solve a stinky problem. Read more here.

Israel and the US:

  • Israeli surgical planning software receives US FDA clearance.  Read more here.
  • Miami to use Israeli technology to extract potable water from humid air.  Read more here.


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