Spencer’s remarks evoke images of far-right street leagues.
Diagnosed at 33, Sue Friedman had already undergone treatment when she found out about the BRCA2 mutation that had given her a 9-in-10 chance of developing hereditary breast cancer.
A rebel commander in Syria’s north claimed this week that the force is defeating government soldiers across the country, but it is failing to protect civilians from air strikes. Abu Maher, a commander in the region of Marea said the rebels lack the weapons to fight the regime’s air force. He said the violence that has gripped the county for almost two years will not stop until there is a change in Syria’s leadership.
Saudi Arabia has informed Israel that it would intercept any Air Force aircraft crossing its airspace to Iran. In the two months leading to the terror attack in Bulgaria, Israel’s intelligence services intercepted many phone calls between Burgas and Lebanon. Canadian-based “Circus of the Sun” is set to wow an Israeli audience on Wednesday as the show opens in Israel for the first time at the Nokia Arena in Tel Aviv. A new start-up company has begun marketing and selling special glasses that will give ultra-Orthodox men the opposite of X-ray vision.
In this video, Jewish Task Force and Jews for Mitt Romney chairman Chaim Ben Pesach exposes how the left wing news media is basically a propaganda wing of the Osama administration which will stop at nothing to get him re-elected. By the way, Sheldon Adelson, if you want to support a worthy cause, help us go global with our message. Join JTF to help wake people up at jtf.org
A groundbreaking non-profit in Israel allows disabled people to join in sporting activities from sailing to waterskiing to extreme sports. Etgarim (www.etgarim.org was formed to help handicapped Israelis take part in outdoor sports and extreme sports. The non-profit organization was founded in 1995 by two Israel Defense Force veterans who became disabled during their army service. The two saw that there was no equipment, facilities or activities for people with disabilities. Today, thanks to Etgarim, more than 5000 children and 700 adults participate in strenuous activities such as running, cycling, sailing and rope sports. The founders believe that the effects of the activities carry over into all areas of the participants’ lives, building confidence and self-esteem. Adi Schneider, international resource development manager at Etgarim, says results of the experiences are translated into improved performance at school and better relationships with family and friends. Etgarim’s activities allow participants to face challenges and overcome their fears — while having a fun and exciting time. Download links (copy/paste to browser): Streaming video: www.megaupload.com Download HiRes: www.megaupload.com Script: www.megaupload.com