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Sunday, January 28, 2018
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Tackling Israeli binary firms, FBI is 'following the money'
Former top FBI officer warns: Israeli law enforcement lax, reforms needed
Joseph Campbell, who oversaw 6,000 agents, says binary options fraud is tied to transnational crime, flourishes where authorities weak; proceeds may fund terror, other dark crimes
Regulator makes ad warning against fraud – starring ex-binary options firm owner
Israel Securities Authority pulls video clip; says basketball coach Pini Gershon was chosen as spokesman because he'd been victimized by different fraud
Is this water safe to drink? Israeli startup lets you know
Sensor created by Jerusalem-based Lishtot can detect and alert users to water contamination in seconds, company says
IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad dies at 91
He turned a small mail-order business into a global furniture empire. He also made missteps, including an early interest in fascism which he 'bitterly regretted'
'This will be the norm for the next generation'
At this Holocaust museum, you can speak with holograms of survivors
The New Dimensions in Testimony exhibit is permanently on display at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, where 3-D projections can answer thousands of questions
Alan M. Dershowitz
Do you really think I would sell out Israel?
In response to my recent op-ed about Qatar in The Hill titled “Why is Qatar being blockaded and isolated,” several critics have deliberately distorted my views. Contrary to what my critics would have you believe, I am not a mouthpiece for Qatar nor am I its uncritical defender. To the contrary, I believe it necessary for the international community to take a more critical view of the facts surrounding Qatar’s relationships in the Middle East. What is needed is a probing and objective inquiry into competing narratives and claims....
Israel likely to change tax policies to counter Trump’s tax reform, experts say
Panel studying implications of new US laws on Israeli and US firms operating in Israel
Israel’s Wizcomtech designs pen to make reading easier for kids with dyslexia
New device aims to help the 14% of school-age children who have trouble reading, writing and understanding the meaning of words
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