THE EMBASSY OF ISRAEL, ANKARA Issue XXXVI. 15.04.2011
Palestinian Authority Media Watch on Provocation
The institution named “Palestinian Media Watch” made a research about the school books of the 12th grade and found out that the students were always provoked against israel instead of being taught to live in peace with Israel. At the books, continiuously, students are taugt that Israel does not have a right to exist, the conflict in between Israel and Palestine is religious and they are also the Middle East geography without Israel. Click here to reach the whole document.
In 2010, Palestinian Authority used the names of the terrorists at the territories under his control like giving Dalal Mughrabi’s name to one of the squares in Ramallah, who hijacked a bus and killed 37 Israeli civilians. Unfortunately this is not a coincidence, this is a systematic provocation that he puts terrorists as a role model in front of the youngsters. According to the Palestinian Media Watch research on provocation, it was seen that, 100 different places in Palestinian Authority’s control were named as the 46 terrorists name.
Passover (Hebrew, Yiddish: פסַחPesach, ֶּ Tiberian: [pesaħ] Modern Hebrew: Pesah, Pesakh, Yiddish: Peysekh, Paysakh, Paysokh) is a Jewish holy day and festival. It commemorates the story of the Exodus, in which the ancient Israelites were freed from slavery in Egypt. Passover begins on the 15th day of the month of Nisan, which is spring in the Northern Hemisphere, and is celebrated for seven or eight days. It is one of the most widely observed Jewish holidays. Click here to read more about Pesah!
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Israeli Clinic in Japan
R&D Leaders To Meet
GlobalDive into Israeli Water Tech
The Israeli clinic is the first of its kind to be set up by any of the countries offering Japan assistance. Israel is a leader in emergency preparedness. The field hospital in Japan is the 12th that Israel has set up for emergency humanitarian missions since it began these missions in 1979. Click here to read more about the Israeli clinic in Japan.
It's like a United Nations meeting in Israel: Every two years, hundreds of delegations from the four corners of the earth come to Tel Aviv's massive water technology event seeking solutions for water problems in agriculture, municipal waste and infrastructure management. Gilad Peled, manager of business development at the Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute, is planning for about 200 groups representing potential investors, governments and companies at the November 15-17 Water Technologies, Renewable Energy and Environmental Control (WATEC) conference at the Israel Fairs & Conventions Center in Tel Aviv. For the conference details visit here.
in Israel Assembled in Haifa and Nazareth for the third event held in Israel under the E U R E K A Chairmanship year, EUREKA's national delegates on Monday approved a series of promising cooperative R&D projects in a variety of areas, including renewable energy, agrofood technology, biotechnology, physical and exact sciences, IT and electronics, industrial manufacturing, and more. During the EUREKA meeting, EUREKA’s decision-makers approved 89 innovative projects aimed at developing marketable products and solutions through the EUREKA and Eurostars programs, totaling €134 million (about $194 million) of investment. To learn the details please click here.
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