Danielle Teitelbaum

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Fascinating Video Reveals the Manufactured Nature of Some Photojournalism

"This is what we have to create if we want to sell." Ruben Salvadori, an anthropologist and photographer, spent months in East Jerusalem, where he …

EU builds illegal Palestinian homes - next to Israeli town

The European Union has expanded its illegal building activities - to the southern Har Hevron area.<p>Until now, the EU has sponsored illegal …

Israel

Israel’s unstoppable startup scene

Israel has a rich and lucrative history when it comes to business, skills and innovation, drawing some of the world’s best and brightest to its sunny …

Anti-Israel college policy leads to anti-Semitism, study shows

A new report put out by the campus monitoring group AMCHA Initiative has just released a new study which finds a correlation between …

Israel

GoforIsrael 2016 tech conference set for debut in China

Some 1,000 investors and entrepreneurs are expected to take part in the 16th GoforIsrael annual conference, being held for the first time outside of …

China

7 Women at the RNC Tell Us Why They're #WithHim

"I don't need a pro-woman candidate. I need a pro-American candidate."<p>The Republican National Convention kicked off to a raucous start on Monday, brimming with assertions that white people have contributed more to civilization than all other races, dramatic shows of GOP insurrection, and a …

Israeli start-up announces collaboration with Mercedes-Benz

STUTTGART - An Israeli start-up company recently announced that it has been working in collaboration with Mercedes-Benz Cars Daimler AG for the past …

Israel

EU eyes Israeli technologies for spotting militants online | Reuters

TEL AVIV (Reuters) - European powers are trying to develop better means for pre-emptively spotting “lone-wolf” militants from their online activities and are looking to Israeli-developed technologies, a senior EU security official said on Tuesday.<p>Last week’s truck rampage in France and Monday’s axe …

North Africa