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In major breakthrough, Israeli researchers isolate coronavirus antibody

In major breakthrough, Israeli researchers isolate coronavirus antibody

After the monoclonal neutralizing antibody is patented, the institute will find an international manufacturer to mass-produce it as a treatment. The Israel Institute for Biological Research has isolated a key coronavirus antibody that successfully neutralized aggressive coronavirus in lab tests, Israeli Defense Minister Naftali Bennett announced after visiting the lab in Ness Ziona on May […]

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Azoulay Receives 2020 Gold Medal of Andalusia

Azoulay Receives 2020 Gold Medal of Andalusia

Seville – In front of more than a thousand personalities gathered on Friday at the Maenstraza Grand Theatre in Seville, president of the Andalusian government, Juan Manuel Moreno, awarded HM the King’s Advisor Andre Azoulay the Gold Medal of Andalusia for his “exemplary commitment to solidarity and harmony and for his pioneering approach at the […]

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Vacation sabra-style in Israel’s top 10 camping sites

Vacation sabra-style in Israel’s top 10 camping sites

Ditch busy city centers and swanky hotel rooms for outdoor fun and sleeping under the stars in Israel’s best campgrounds. Beautiful sunsets, gorgeous views, and campfire cooking– there’s really nothing like spending the night outdoors. Should you wish to ditch the swanky hotel room for a simpler pleasure next time you’re visiting Israel, we recommend […]

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10 best places to go diving in and around Israel

10 best places to go diving in and around Israel

Archaeological and historical wonders also await under the tepid waters, as well as animal species you might not associate with the Middle East. You’d think that summer would be a great time to take the plunge and explore Israel’s seas from beneath the surface. But the Mediterranean and the Red Sea visibility is actually best […]

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Historical Museum Opens in Azerbaijan’s All-Jewish Town

Historical Museum Opens in Azerbaijan’s All-Jewish Town

Azerbaijan — a country of 10 million, where nearly 97 percent are Muslim — spotlights the very best example of the Jewish-Muslim coexistence, as thousands of Mountain Jews have been living there side by side Muslims for centuries.On February 3, the Museum of the History and Culture of Mountain Jews opened in the all-Jewish Krasnaya Sloboda (Red […]

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Moroccan king visits restored Bayt Dakira in Essaouira

Moroccan king visits restored Bayt Dakira in Essaouira

Bayt Dakira is a spiritual and heritage space that seeks to preserve and enhance the Judeo-Moroccan memory in the old medina of Essaouira as part of King Mohammed VI’s ongoing effort to revive the country’s Jewish heritage. Moroccan King Mohammed VI visited Wednesday “Bayt Dakira”, a spiritual and heritage space that seeks to preserve and […]

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