Last Generation Network News: ISRAEL EDITION December 4, 2013 –WEDNESDAY- Tevet 1, 5774 Vol. I No. 5

 
Last Generation Network News
 December 4, 2013 –WEDNESDAY- Tevet 1, 5774
   Vol I. No.5
ISRAEL EDITION 
"Whats reported doesn't mean it's news" -MJS
 
HEADLINERS SECTION
 
Flanked by Broadcom Corporate Vice-President Dr. Shlomo Markel (L.), Broadcom Chairman and CTO Dr. Henry Samueli (C.) shakes hands with Tel Aviv University President Prof. Joseph Klafter at the signing of an agreement between TAU and the Broadcom Foundation that will focus on finding breakthrough solutions for cyber threats (Photo credit: Courtesy)

Broadcom CEO’s success recipe: Start-ups and hockey

Israel is one of the first places his company looks for new technologies, said Henry Samueli, who also owns the Anaheim Ducks

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Reuters - ‎5 hours ago‎
    
BEIRUT (Reuters) - A Hezbollah commander who fought in Syria's civil war was shot dead outside his home in Lebanon on Wednesday in a killing which the militant Shi'ite Muslim group blamed on Israel. Hassan al-Laqqis was shot in the head from close ...
 
 
The Guardian - ‎2 hours ago‎
    
Mohammed Shtayyeh, who left the Palestinian negotiating team last month in protest at Israel'scontinued settlement expansion, said wide gaps between the two sides were "block[ing] any possibility of a peace deal", and that he believed Israel wanted to ...
 
 
Haaretz - ‎10 hours ago‎
    
Against the backdrop of tension between Israel and the United States over the Iranian nuclear issue, Netanyahu will try to focus the talks with Kerry on the nuclear issue and preparations for permanent agreement negotiations between Iran and the major ...
 
 
Forbes - ‎Dec 3, 2013‎
    
Israel has expressed serious concerns over the preliminary U.S.-Iranian agreement, which in theory will lift sanctions levied against Tehran and end its nuclear program.
 
 
Jerusalem Post - ‎Dec 3, 2013‎
    
Photo: Marc Israel Sellem/The Jerusalem Post. The tension between Israel and the United States continued to escalate Tuesday, when Economy and Trade Minister Naftali Bennett warned that Israelcannot rely economically too much on any one country.
 
 
ABC News - ‎Dec 3, 2013‎
    
Associated Press. Israel acknowledged for the first time Tuesday that it is providing humanitarian aid to victims of the civil war inside neighboring Syria, saying it has funneled food and other emergency supplies to embattled villages just across the ...
 
 
Haaretz - ‎18 hours ago‎
    
Israel has improved to 36th from 39th place in Transparency International's annual Corruption Perceptions Index, still below where it ought to be, the group's CEO for Israel said Tuesday. The index ranks 177 countries and territories. Among the 34 ...
 
 
Jerusalem Post - ‎Dec 2, 2013‎
    
Israel must find other allies and reduce its dependence on the United States in the international arena, nearly half of Israeli Jews said in the monthly Peace Index poll published Monday by the IsraelDemocracy Institute (IDI) and Tel Aviv University ...
 
 
RT - ‎1 hour ago‎
    
It seems that one could just as well ignore this tribunal; much like Israel ignores the condemning UN resolutions, protests, severed diplomatic relationships and all other kinds of protests against the military actions and acts of violence applied ...
 
 
UPI.com - ‎2 hours ago‎
    
An overview of new Jewish housing units in the Pisgat Zeev Settlement, north of Jerusalem, in the West Bank , November 5, 2013. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that Israel will build 5,000 new housing units in East Jerusalem and the ...
 
 
Jerusalem Post - ‎2 hours ago‎
    
Berlin - The Frankfurt-based FSV second league football club terminated its advertising contract with the Saudi Arabia airline "Saudia“ because the airline refuses to sell tickets to Israeli citizens. The Berliner Morgenpost reported the termination on ...
 
 
The Times of Israel - ‎1 hour ago‎
    
BRUSSELS - Israel agreed to absorb 200,000 Palestinian refugees in its territory during the latter half of 2000, a former Palestinian security official and negotiator told The Times of Israel on Tuesday. Mohammed Dahlan, the former leader of Fatah in ...
 
 
Voice of America - ‎6 hours ago‎
    
Israeli foreign ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor denied Israel was involved, saying that Hezbollah has often automatically blamed Israel in the past. Hezbollah and Israel fought a 34-day war in 2006 that killed more than 1,300 people, most of them Lebanese.
 
 
Jerusalem Post - ‎Dec 2, 2013‎
    
Israel is expected to formally re-establish full ties with the UN Human Rights Council now that it received, on Monday, an invitation to the Western Eastern and Others Group in Geneva - a move that grants it national rights at the UNHRC.
 
 
Arutz Sheva - ‎4 hours ago‎
    
"This is yet another Pavlovian response from Hezbollah, which makes automatic accusations (against Israel) before even thinking about what's actually happened," Israel's foreign ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor said. "Israel has nothing to do with this ...
 
 
Haaretz - ‎15 hours ago‎
    
Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics released Monday the list of most popular baby names by religious sectors, revealing that Noa and Noam were respectively the most popular names for Jewish girls and boys born in 2012.
 
 
Washington Post - ‎Dec 2, 2013‎
    
Activists declared a “day of rage” in protest against the Israeli government's Bill on the Arrangement of Bedouin Settlement in the Negev, also known as the Prawer-Begin Plan, which, if implemented, will displace tens of thousands of Bedouin citizens ...
 
 
American Thinker - ‎8 hours ago‎
    
Alas, the question has to be repeated over and over again. Will the politically ignorant American academics in our midst, so eager to attack Israel, ever accept the principle that truth is transmitted by academic freedom? Will those academics at ...
 
 
Haaretz - ‎10 hours ago‎
    
Rivlin was one of Israel's leading comedians, receiving the Golden Mask Prize in 2002 for his lifetime achievement. He grew up in a Revisionist family in Rishon Letzion, where he lived his entire life.
 
 
Jerusalem Post - ‎Dec 1, 2013‎
    
TORONTO - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper vowed Sunday night that Israel will always be able to count on his country for support, as he announced plans to visit Israel at the beginning of next year. This will mark his first visit ever to the ...
 
  
 
 
  
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First-ever Hasmonean structure found in Jerusalem

Haaretz - ‎10 hours ago‎
The first-ever Hasmonean structure to be found in Jerusalem has been uncovered in recent months in the City of David area. Archaeologists found the huge Hasmonean-period structure in the Givati parking lot, across from the entrance to the City of David ...
 
 

Jewish activists want to pray on Jerusalem's Temple Mount, raising alarm in ...

Washington Post - ‎Dec 3, 2013‎
JERUSALEM - A small but growing movement by Jewish activists demanding the right to pray at the site of their destroyed temple, in the heart of this disputed capital's Old City, is creating a potentially explosive clash with the Muslim world, which ...
 
 

Two more Palestinians arrested in connection to Jerusalem stoning attack

Jerusalem Post - ‎8 hours ago‎
Police arrested two more Palestinian youths from the east Jerusalem village of Zur Baher who are suspected in the rock-throwing attack which left a two-year-old Jewish child wounded in the nearby neighborhood of Armon Hanatziv last week, Israel Radio ...
 
 

Defense Ministry chemical attack drill set for Jerusalem

Jerusalem Post - ‎51 minutes ago‎
Set to be held in Jerusalem, the exercise will see government ministries link up with the Israel police, Magen David Adom paramedics, the Fire and Rescue Service, the Home Front Command, the Ein Kerem Medical Center, and theJerusalem Municipality.
 
 

'It is possible' Ansar Jerusalem is tied to al Qaeda, brother of group's ...

Long War Journal - ‎1 hour ago‎
Numerous recent reports have indicated that Shadi el Menai plays an important role in Ansar Jerusalem. His exact role is unclear, however.
 
 

Terra incognita: Sur Bahir - Facing Jerusalem's reality

Jerusalem Post - ‎18 hours ago‎
In recent weeks reports of stoning, violence and other incidents have come out of Jerusalem's southeastern neighborhoods.
 
 

After Geneva, Some Hard Choices For Jerusalem

Forbes - ‎Dec 3, 2013‎
For years, policymakers in Jerusalem believed that, even though they disagreed at times with their American counterparts about the pace of Iran's nuclear effort, they would ultimately end up on the same page regarding the gravity of the threat—and the ...
 
 

Iran ordered to pay $9 million to Jerusalem attack victims

The Times of Israel - ‎3 hours ago‎
Iranian money being held in the US will be paid out to victims of a 1997 suicide bombing inJerusalem, a San Diego federal court ruled Tuesday.
 
 

Marked for destruction: Jerusalem neighborhoods brace for large wave of home ...

Mondoweiss - ‎7 minutes ago‎
As Isam Hamad Ali, a civil engineer in the Shu'fat refugee camp in East Jerusalem, drove his silver sedan along a wide dirt road near Israel's Separation Wall, he pointed to every building he passed.
 
 

Beitar Jerusalem sack coach in effort to revive fortunes

The Star Online - ‎20 hours ago‎
Beitar Jerusalem sack coach in effort to revive fortunes. Fans of Beitar Jerusalem shout slogans during a match against Bnei Sakhnin as part of the Israeli Premier League, at Teddy Stadium inJerusalem February 10, 2013. REUTERS/Nir Elias. JERUSALEM ...
 
 

State Dept. Uses City Names Only to Avoid Calling Jerusalem Part of Israel

PJ Media - ‎18 hours ago‎
“Well, you know that our position on Jerusalem has not changed,” Nuland responded. “The first Media Note was issued in error without appropriate clearances.
 
 

Jerusalem's Hadassah Hospital Near Financial Collapse

The Jewish Press - ‎7 hours ago‎
Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem is on the brink of financial collapse, the Forward reported. The hospital is facing a $300 million deficit, including $80 million accrued in the last year, according to the newspaper.
 
 

Pilgrimage With Simon Reeve: From the depths of Jerusalem to Canterbury

Express.co.uk - ‎10 hours ago‎
This new series sees Reeve travel to Jerusalem as he retraces the exciting adventures of our ancestors. He learns about the forgotten aspects of pilgrimage, including the vice and thrills that awaited travellers, and explores the faith, the hopes and ...
 
 

'Jerusalem: From the Ottomans to the British'

Hurriyet Daily News - ‎18 hours ago‎
Jerusalem is a city almost entirely shaped by the imagination. Situated in hills without military or strategic value, and in possession of no key resources, the Holy City's importance comes entirely from the stories invested in it.
 
 

Ansar Jerusalem: 'The war has yet to start'

Long War Journal - ‎Dec 3, 2013‎
1, Ansar Jerusalem (Ansar Bayt al Maqdis) showed some of its recent attacks in North Sinai against Egyptian security personnel along with footage of some of its fighters training.
 
 

Going to Jerusalem: there's an app for that

Orlando Sentinel (blog)
Dec 2, 2013
 
Written by
Jeff Kunerth
So you want to go to Jerusalem, walk the path that Jesus took, visit the Basilica of Agony, stand inside The Last Supper room, but you hate to travel, can't afford the airfare, and suffer from the fear of lost luggage.
 
 

Jerusalem's Hadassah hospital teetering near financial collapse

Jewish Telegraphic Agency - ‎Dec 3, 2013‎
JERUSALEM (JTA) - Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem is on the brink of financial collapse, the Forward reported. The hospital is facing a $300 million deficit, including $80 million accrued in the last year, according to the newspaper.
 
 

Regev named CEO at Jerusalem Cinematheque

Screen International - ‎16 hours ago‎
After several troubled years at the Jerusalem Cinematheque, the temporary Board of Directors has hired Noa Regev as its new CEO, a position which puts her in charge of the prestigious Jerusalem Film Festival and the Israeli Film Archive as well. Regev ...
 
 

Jerusalem stands above all Israel destinations

Vancouver Sun - ‎Dec 2, 2013‎
Jerusalem is Israel's most important city for tourists. While many other locations demand attention, this world-class gem should be experienced in depth and unrushed.
 
 

Jerusalem-based journalist, author, minister Jimmy DeYoung to speak in ...

The Birmingham News - al.com
Dec 1, 2013
 
Written by
Kay Campbell
Jimmy DeYoungTeaching.jpg Dr. Jimmy DeYoung, an American journalist who also works in Jerusalem, will speak at Calvary Bible Church in Huntsville, Ala.

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