Zionism is Humanization - Israel the land of Zion

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    Zionism is Humanization ..here in this thread will update all the news related to Zion state Israel and their culture function their contributes to world and Economy so on ...


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    and long live Indo Israel Relationship and Israel is our most trusted ally
     
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    Russia Sends Warship to Israel for First Time


    A Russian naval ship will visit Israel for the first time in the country’s history, the Defense Ministry said on Tuesday.


    The Azov, a Ropucha II-class landing ship from Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, will call at the port of Haifa from May 1-3, the ministry’s press service said.

    The visit is timed to coincide with the 68th anniversary of the Allied victory in World War II, a press service representative said.

    “The visit is the initiative of veteran organizations in Israel,” he added.

    The program of the visit includes performances by the Black Sea Fleet orchestra for Israeli war veterans and Haifa residents. The warship will also be open to the public for visits.

    A reception on board the Azov will be organized for World War II veterans living in Israel.

    Russia Sends Warship to Israel for First Time | Russia | RIA Novosti
     
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    “Israeli companies are very well-perceived in
    Germany for their innovative technologies,
    be it in IT, biotech, or water,” so says Flérida
    Regueira Cortizo, Senior Manager
    Environmental Technologies, Germany Trade
    and Invest.



    Germany looks to Israel for advanced water technologies
     
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    AMAZING ISRAELI INGENUITY.PillCam (aka capsule endoscopy)



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    a world leader in developing and marketing patient-friendly solutions for visualizing and detecting disorders of the GI tract, is best known for its PillCam (aka capsule endoscopy), now the gold standard for intestinal visualization.
     
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    Switzerland and Israel have excellent cooperation in many fields including science, research, security and the fight against terrorism. Terror has no policy except terror. Terror has no respect for borders, no respect for international law. Switzerland is not neutral when it comes to terrorism. We also greatly appreciate your involvement in the peace process. Peace can bring balance and stability back to the Middle East.


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    (A diplomatic work meeting with the Foreign Minister of Switzerland, Mr. DidierBurkhalter. Photo Credit: Mark Neyman/GPO)
     
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    Israel’s Whitewater named New Energy Pioneer by Bloomberg


    Bloomberg New Energy Finance announced Whitewater Technologies as a 2013 New Energy Pioneer. The winners were recognized on stage at the sixth annual Bloomberg New Energy Finance Summit in New York City on April 22nd, Whitewater reported. Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s New Energy Pioneers program is supported and partnered by Ernst & Young.

    “It is truly an honor to have been selected by such an esteemed panel of experts.,” said Issey Ende, CEO of Whitewater Technologies, “Our mission has been and continues to be, to enable operational efficiency gains in the water sector by improving decision making through analytics and optimization, system integration, and workflow management.”

    Oded Distel, head of the Israeli national cleantech program Israel NewTech, congratulated Whitewater on the award. “Bloomberg’s choice of Whitewater for this award is another proof of how central the ‘Water-Energy Nexus’ is in how we look at the water and energy sectors today. Water and energy overlap so dramatically, that companies such as Whitewater that are able to bring about energy efficiency in the water sector (and vice versa) offer real benefits, both to business ROI and the environment.

    Whitewater’s BlueBox technology is helping utilities understand how operational changes, consumption patterns and aging infrastructure are affecting their ability to provide clean, reliable drinking water to consumers. The tool also uses advanced statistical algorithms, to enable production teams to optimize disinfection programs, coagulant use, and improve filter and energy performance through decision support.

    The WaterWall solution is a one of a kind smart water network management system providing utilities with a middleware platform for utility wide data integration, manual data entry capture, real-time correlation, procedural rules management, process guidance, automation, GIS awareness and reporting.

    This year’s winners represent a broad range of sectors including bioenergy, energy efficiency, digital energy, solar and water. By rewarding game-changing innovators, Bloomberg New Energy Finance hopes to highlight the speed of change in the sectors it serves.

    The awards program, now in its fourth year, selects ten New Energy Pioneers each year. This year the independent panel of industry experts selected the winners from more than 200 candidates from around the world, assessing them against three criteria: innovation, demonstrated momentum and potential global scale.

    Gil Forer, Ernst & Young’s Global Cleantech leader, added “These entrepreneurs and companies represent the technology and business model innovation which will enable the transformation to a more resource efficient and low carbon economy. Congratulations to all of them.”


    Israel’s Whitewater named New Energy Pioneer by Bloomberg


    For reading more info about Whitewater WHITEWATER TECHNOLOGIES SELECTED AS 2013 NEW ENERGY PIONEER
     
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    Gazan Baby Rescued by Israeli Hospital


    A Palestinian baby is living in an Israeli hospital after being abandoned by his parents due to the father’s shame of his disabled child. Proof that Israel is a humane country that cares for all children, regardless of ethnicity.


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    According to a Gaza Human Rights Report, many disabled persons living in the Palestinian Authority are “segregated and isolated from Palestinian society; they are discriminated against in education, employment, transportation, and access to public services.” While such attitudes are beginning to change, there is still a significant segment of Gazan society which is prejudiced against the disabled. Around 183,600 Gazans suffer some kind of disability, 67% of Gaza’s disabled are illiterate and 40% never attended school. Three-year-old Mohammed Al Farra is one disabled Palestinian who suffered from such discrimination, until he was rescued by Israel’s Tel HaShomer Hospital.

    Young Al Farra was born in Gaza with a rare genetic disease that required amputation of his hands and feet. Dr. Raz Somech of the Tel HaShomer Hospital believes the disease was caused by several generations of incest. Evidently, his parents were also cousins. Marrying cousins is a common practice within Palestinian society, because it helps to keep the family’s wealth within the tribe and strengthens familial bonds. However, marrying within the family can cause many birth defects in children. Somech told Israel Hayom that 33% of the patients in his department are Palestinians who have genetic illnesses caused by marrying within the family.

    Yet, in addition to his disability, Yedioth Achronot reported that little Al Farra has also been mistreated by his own family. When Al Farra visited his home to see family, he came back to the hospital even more ill and bruised. Sometime after those visits, his father, who was ashamed of his disability, told his mother that if she didn’t abandon him, he would take on a second wife. Thus, his mother chose to abandon him in order to preserve her marriage.

    As a result, presently, Al Farra is living in the Tel HaShomer hospital with his 55-year-old grandfather, yet has no home in Gaza to return to after his treatment. Additionally, the Palestinian Authority has stopped funding his treatment, thus forcing the Israeli doctors to do their own independent fundraising to take care of him. While the Tel HaShomer Hospital is looking after him for now, Al Farra’s future remains uncertain.

    Al Farra’s grandfather asserted that he decided to take care of his grandson in order to save his daughter’s marriage. Presently, he sleeps in the Tel HaShomer Hospital beside his grandson and makes sure that he is taken care of. “Taking care of this child is a good deed,” he said. However, due to his advanced age, he does not have the energy to take care of him. The grandfather at this stage just wants to find a foster home or caregiver for his grandson, and to return home. According to Samech, “He is a cute, smart and vibrant boy – very clever. He speaks half Hebrew and half Arabic. He has spent most of his life in Israel, surrounded by Israelis. The grandfather has been living with him in the same room for more than three years.” The grandfather declared “He needs many things in life– he needs a home.”

    Gazan Baby Rescued by Israeli Hospital | Israel News and Ways to Support Israel - United with Israel
     
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    Happy Jerusalem Day to all Jewish State Supporters Around the World



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    Russia looks to Israel for cancer screening method


    The senior delegation was led by Kaneva Elena Petrovna, the deputy chief of FMBA’s department of the organization of medical care in Moscow.


    Desperate to cope with the 52,000 women diagnosed with breast cancer in Russia every year, a delegation from the Federal Medical Biological Agency (FMBA) spent time at Jerusalem’s Hala-Rachel Nash Jerusalem Breast Clinic, Israel’s only comprehensive freestanding facility for the diagnosis of breast tumors.

    The senior delegation was led by Kaneva Elena Petrovna, the deputy chief of FMBA’s department of the organization of medical care in Moscow. It also included heads of hospital oncology departments and other high-ranking professionals involved in breast cancer in Russia.

    They said they wanted to develop an optimal model for a regional program on breast cancer screening in Russia’s small towns and were extremely impressed with what they saw in Hala.

    Rabbi Michoel Sorotzkin, the founder and chairman of the nonprofit clinic, presented the delegation with facts and figures about what the clinic does: Over 150,000 women visited Hala since 1997 and half of those visits were for early detection screening. In 2012 alone, some 18,987 women visited the clinic.

    Sorotzkin said benefits from Hala’s comprehensive model and screening program had a 31 percent higher detection rate, in comparison to fragmented diagnostic models used elsewhere, and that unnecessary procedures for healthy woman (false-positive) were reduced by 48 percent.

    The Russian professionals said they wanted to develop an “optimal model of a regional breast cancer screening program.”

    They added that every year, breast cancer is increasingly found in younger women – even those under the age of 40.

    If the model is successful, they said, it could be implemented in other Russian regions.

    The guests said that “due to the large numbers of women from all segments of population who have been screened in [the Hala] institute over the past decade, [its] excellent performance and reputation, [it is] a perfect choice for being a model we wish to clone in Russia.

    The group of participants were very keen in examining [Hala’s] state of the art technological equipment and receiving preliminary guidance from [the] physicians and professionals as to implementation of a state wide screening program.”

    FMBA is responsible for organization of a specialized health and epidemiological supervision and for medical and sanitary support of the workers employed in the hazardous industries. They said they were “very impressed” with what they saw at Hala and that the tour was “the highlight of our visit.”

    Dr. Natali Loubashevski, a senior breast imaging specialist at Hala, presented data on its screening program, which is expected to lead to an exchange of ideas and protocols.


    Russia looks to Israel for cancer screening method | JPost | Israel News
     
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    Canada PM slams world leaders for not supporting Israel


    Harper slams ‘shortsighted Western capitals’ that don’t recognize sole stable ally in Middle East

    Canada’s prime minister Stephen Harper expressed dismay Thursday at the growing lack of support for Israel across the world and criticized international leaders for failing to back the Jewish state.

    “There’s nothing more shortsighted in Western capitals in our time than the softening of support we’ve seen for Israel around the globe,” he said, calling the country “the one stable, democratic ally in this part of the world.”

    Speaking during a visit to New York City, Harper also touched on Syria as he urged “extraordinary caution” on the idea of arming the opposition.

    “We should not fool ourselves about what’s happening in Syria,” he said, saying there is “brutality and extremism on both sides.”

    “To start talking about arming unnamed people whose objectives we don’t understand, I think, is extremely risky,” Harper said.


    Canada PM slams world leaders for not supporting Israel | The Times of Israel

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    Have u ever seen a movie 《Exodus》, starred by Paul Newman?

    Personally I find Israel and S. Korea are the best in doing PR (or "propaganda").

    Again it depends on who's doing the narrative.
     
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    I think the movie uses to find out not you


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    Syrian doctor, in unprecedented note, asks Israel to save patient’s life




    Ahandwritten doctor’s note was found attached to the clothing of a Syrian man brought to Israel in critical condition Tuesday. The note explained, in Arabic, previous surgical procedures and medical care the man had received days before in Syria. It asked Israel to save his life because the Syrian doctors could not provide the necessary medical treatment.

    While Israel has started to treat growing numbers of people wounded in Syrian battles close to the border in recent months, this was the first case of a cross-border “transfer” from a Syrian medical facility.

    Dr. Amiram Hadari, director of the trauma unit at Ziv hospital, said the procedure carried out in Syria was likely performed in a makeshift hospital and was “rudimentary,” but that “it seems that the [Syrian] operation saved his life.”

    The wounded man was treated for his injuries and remained in critical but stable condition in the intensive care unit on Wednesday.

    Syrian doctor, in unprecedented note, asks Israel to save patient's life | The Times of Israel
     
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    Say goodbye to surgical stitches and staples Welcomes ‘Bioweld


    If a new Israeli product from IonMed gets market approval, surgeons will have a revolutionary tool in their hands for scar-free incision closure


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    Women giving birth by Caesarean section could be the first to benefit from a revolutionary Israeli invention for closing surgical incisions without stitches or staples. The technique also promises to leave patients less prone to infection and scarring. BioWeld1, a unique trademarked product from Israeli startup IonMed, welds surgical incisions using cold plasma.

    Plasma is a gas in which a certain proportion of the particles are ionized. It has been shown to offer manifold benefits including tissue welding, control of bleeding, enhancement of tissue repair, disinfection and destruction of cancer cells. However, plasma has enjoyed a limited role in surgery due to the high temperatures it creates and resulting harmful effects on body tissue. IonMed’s scientists found a way to make use of cold plasma as the power behind the BioWeld1.

    The procedure takes a few minutes, seals the area completely, leaves minimal scarring or painful stitches, and does not require complex training.

    “No one has done this before — and more than that, the platform of cold plasma is a technology that is not available in medicine yet,” says Ronen Lam, IonMed’s co-founder and vice president for business development. “We will probably be the first,” he tells ISRAEL21c.

    The company anticipates receiving the CE mark of approval in Europe by the end of the year. After closing its next financial round, IonMed would then look into beginning trials in Europe and in the United States toward getting approval of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and launching its next cold plasma-based product.

    Biowelding

    BioWeld1 is the brainchild of Ronen’s brother, Amnon, who led development projects at Tower Semiconductor in northern Israel and at Intel’s Israeli research center. Prior to that, he’d been a medic in the military.

    His familiarity with cold plasma from Tower – where it was used for etching semiconductors — gave him the idea of welding together his two areas of expertise. Amnon Lam saw the potential of cold plasma in healthcare, and toyed with applications in cosmetics, dental and skincare.

    “At the end of the day, he found wound closure the most attractive one,” says his brother. That was about three years ago.

    “Tissue reconnection has been done for thousands of years with sutures, and in recent years with staples and glues,” says Lam. “It is time for something new in this traditional market, and that’s why we decided to start here.”

    With half a million dollars in seed money from the Israeli Office of the Chief Scientist, IonMed joined the Trendlines incubator in northern Israel and developed the concept to the point where it closed a $3 million financing round in 2011. The company now employs six people in its office in Yokne’am Ilit.

    Lam explains that many companies have been bringing advanced surgical staples and adhesives to the market. “But our cold plasma technology is unique because of its impact on tissues and the wide spectrum of applications it can address, so there is a lot of interest from big players,” he says.

    The BioWeld1 generator delivers the cold plasma through a variety of disposable tips. The skin closure procedure is performed using a cold plasma jet to apply a trademarked biological film called Chitoplast to weld the tissue together. Other applications in development do not require Chitoplast and rely solely on the tissue effects of the plasma jet.

    Successful trials

    The company’s three clinical trials, which have so far focused on closure of Caesarean section incisions, showed BioWeld1 to be excellent for sealing the incision and promoting healing and tissue disinfection, Lam reports. It also has potential for reducing hospitalization and operating room usage.

    “We are focusing on the Cesarean section first, because we found it will be the easiest path to market due to the importance of achieving a superior cosmetic result while reducing time in the operating room,” says Lam.

    “We are in the midst of strategic discussions right now in order to chart our next application. Areas under consideration include external closure in plastic surgery, treatment of chronic wounds as well as internal applications in abdominal, thoracic and colorectal surgery.”

    IonMed gathered an advisory board with leading obstetrician-gynecologists and surgeons in Germany, Brazil and Italy. Four OB/GYNs in Europe are poised to launch the product later this year, pending CE approval.

    “All of them have tested our equipment in trials,” Lam stresses. Investors are now being sought for a Series B funding round, says Lam. “We will be carrying out additional trials in the near future to expand the use of cold plasma to go deep on external closure while promoting additional applications.”'

    Say goodbye to surgical stitches and staples | ISRAEL21c
     
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    A Vision For Eye From Zion


    Field of Vision, a new series by photographer Vardi Kahana, documents the people touched by Eye from Zion, an Israeli organization that provides free ocular medical treatment to needy populations around the world.


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    Photography helps people to see,” the photographer Berenice Abbott once said. Perhaps that’s the reason that Israeli non-profit organization Eye from Zion chose photography as a primary medium for spreading its message across the globe and photographer Vardi Kahana as one of its goodwill ambassadors.

    Founded in 2007, Eye from Zion provides free medical treatment to needy populations around the world, specifically oculoplastic, cataract and cross-eye corrective surgeries. To date, delegations have worked in Vietnam, Myanmar and Ethiopia. The organization’s mission is “to give the best medical aid, and at the same time, deliver a message of mutual humanitarian aid in the spirit and values of the State of Israel and of the Jewish Heritage.”

    Kahana has been volunteering with the organization since 2009, “document[ing] the work of the doctors in the operating rooms: the poor conditions, the improvised equipment in the clinics, the local patients, the pre-and-post-op situation.

    “The experience was overwhelming. Cataract operations are a simple procedure, and very common in the western world, but in countries with no public health care, people go blind simply because they cannot afford treatment.”

    In addition to documentary photography, Kahana also created a series of portraits, stating, “I was fascinated by the way people looked before and after their operations. the cloudy, infected eye, the mark on the forehead, the family escort, the tattoos.”

    “In every clinic, I set up a tiny studio where I took portraits of the patients. The arrival of the medical delegation in the villages was a big event, so many local friends and relatives joined in my little studio and asked to be photographed as well.”

    Kahana, who began her career as a photojournalist in the 1980s, has exhibited in both solo shows and group shows. Her most recent show, Field of Vision, the portrait series from Eye from Zion, is now on display at the Yad LaBanim art gallery in Ramat Hasharon; it can also be viewed on Vardi Kahana’s website


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    Israeli Water Purification Tech To Clean British Water


    For some people, the term “bubbly” evokes images of fine champagne. But for those in the wastewater treatment business, bubbles — water infused with air — are considered one of the more effective ways of treating sewage and water suffering from industrial pollution.


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    Bubbles are used to clean water as part of aeration systems and are considered very effective in removing pollutants and separating sludge from water, which can then be treated and released back into the environment.

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