Tuesday, January 18

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Israel strikes near Damascus after Syrian missile lands near Dimona nuclear reactor
News

Israel strikes near Damascus after Syrian missile lands near Dimona nuclear reactor

Israel and Syria exchanged missile attacks early Thursday morning after Damascus launched an advanced surface-to-air missile that landed all the way in the Negev Desert.  Alarms sounded in Abu Qrenat near Dimona in the South. Syria fired the missile in response to what it claims was an Israeli Air Force bombing near Damascus. Israel frequently strikes Syria to prevent Iranian entrenchment in the country as well as weapons shipments to Hezbollah in Lebanon. Reports from across the country, including central Israel and Jerusalem, spoke of "loud explosions" that "shook the houses."   Video of the interception over the southern Negev earlier. Still unclear what’s happening. https://twitter.com/AAhronheim/status/1385010566197088256?s=20 Early reports indicat...
30 Men Allegedly Gang-rape 16 Year Old Girl In A Hotel
Crime & Investigation

30 Men Allegedly Gang-rape 16 Year Old Girl In A Hotel

A 16 year-old girl has allegedly been gang-raped by 30 men in the coastal resort of Eilat in Israel. According to the Times of Israel, the teenager reported the case to Police that she was repeatedly assaulted while she was drunk in a hotel room. It was gathered that some of the men allegedly recorded the act on their phones leading to the arrest of a 27-year-old suspect. According to Police report, the victim was not a guest at the hotel but had only gone there to drink with some of her friends, but was allegedly taken to one of the hotel rooms after she went to the bathroom and was raped by the group of men. Reports had it that the men ‘lined up’ outside the room before going inside to assault her.So far, police have arrested two suspects and are awaiting the results of a me...
BREAKING: Israel finds possible 100% cure for COVID19
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BREAKING: Israel finds possible 100% cure for COVID19

The Israeli COVID19 drug reportedly with a 100% success rate even among severely ill patients is being tested in the United States for the first time. Pluristem Therapeutics Inc., a biotech company based in Haifa/Israel, reported that seven patients who were at a high risk of death due to respiratory failure, multi-system organ failure, including heart and kidney failure survived after receiving this medication. The seven patients were treated with Pluristem’s allogeneic placental expanded (PLX) cells. Essentially, these cells can potentially suppress or reverse the dangerous over-activation of the immune system that causes death in many COVID19 patients. Now, a critical COVID19 patient in the US has been treated with PLX cell therapy at Holy Name Medical Center in New Je...