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Tuesday, June 5, 2018
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NBA player Omri Casspi invests in gut analysis startup for better diet
DayTwo's app told the basketball star what to eat before a game, and now he's convinced that millions can be helped by custom nutrition recommendations based on bacteria profiling
An eroding history
'We're running out of time'
From other end of world, group races to preserve Middle East’s Jewish heritage
Since 2010, Boston-based Diarna has used 3-D mapping, traditional scholarship and oral interviews to document more than 2,500 locations of Jewish sites in Mideast and North Africa
Iran and Turkey help wealthy Qatar thrive, 1 year into blockade
Relationships with citizens of other Arab countries have suffered, as has tourism, but life goes on mostly uninterrupted in Gulf state accused by its neighbors of supporting terror
JNF threatens to sue Hamas in international courts for kite arson damage
Nonprofit, which owns much of the land near the Strip that has been ravaged by fires, accuses Palestinian group of 'environmental terrorism'
From the web
Cybersecurity company Cyberbit raises $30 million
Calcalist: The wholly-owned subsidiary of Israel's defense firm Elbit Systems Ltd. has raised funds from private equity investor Claridge Israel L.P.
Ann D. Koffsky
Women’s faces are OK online but not in print?
This Spring, Mishpacha Magazine did something simple, respectful and normal. Something that was in perfect alignment with our mesorah. And yet, because we live in a distorted frum media culture, it was also remarkable. Mishpacha Magazine, which as a policy excludes women’s photos from its print publications, included photos of appropriately dressed women on its Facebook feed. There was Nikki Haley posing with seminary girls. There was Mishpacha Magazine’s newest columnist, Alexandra Fleksher, speaking at a school. Heather Dean. Tali Goldberg. And then, tragically, the images of the 10 young...
Tel Aviv highway tries out smart road studs to alert for hazards, traffic
Cat's eye-style sensors festoon a stretch of the Ayalon in road test of information-gathering and -transmitting technology developed by Israeli startup Valerann
Embattled Jordan prime minister submits resignation over tax protests
Abdullah II appoints Education Minister Omar al-Razzaz to form new government amid growing unrest over a planned tax hike
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