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From Green Finland to Yellow Arava

Sunday Dec 01, 2013
 Israel is a unique place, and although surrounded by many dangers that challenge it every day, it continues to survive against all odds. As a modern country it is still young, stretching from the white snowy slopes of Mount Hermon in the north to the coral beaches of Eilat by the Red Sea. The six hundred kilometers that separate these two locations can be described with tens of thousands of words and millions of stories. The country's...
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Thursday Oct 24, 2013
 Another day has come to an end; the sun is setting behind the mountains of the western Negev. Again the multiple solar power stations in the Arava Valley have produced green energy for the region. The dry desert climate is ideal for solar power generation; abundant sun, available land, innovation, and the striving for entrepreneurship have created flourishing businesses in the Arava Valley.     What brings people and businesses...
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Monday Sep 02, 2013
  What is hope and what is Zionism?  What does it mean to carry a yearning of 2000 years and finally, to be able to walk on the streets of united Jerusalem?  Barbara Goldstein, the Deputy Director of the Hadassah, the  Women's Zionist  Organization of America , and who also serves as a Member of Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael Board of Directors , has a very inspiring and unique personal story; a story that carried her through...
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Tuesday Aug 06, 2013
 At the KKL-JNF World Leadership Conference (WLC 2013), held in June this year, KKL-JNF World Chairman Efi Stenzler, presidents of KKL-JNF Worldwide and the Israeli Minister for Energy and Water Silvan Shalom committed to the joint administration of the Red- Dead Sea Canal project. This huge undertaking aims to replenish the dwindling waters of the Dead Sea.   Photo: Yoav Devir   This ambitious project has been discussed in...
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Tuesday Aug 06, 2013
 At the KKL-JNF World Leadership Conference (WLC 2013), held in June this year, KKL-JNF World Chairman Efi Stenzler, presidents of KKL-JNF Worldwide and the Israeli Minister for Energy and Water Silvan Shalom committed to the joint administration of the Red- Dead Sea Canal project. This huge undertaking aims to replenish the dwindling waters of the Dead Sea.  Photo: Yoav Devir   This ambitious project has been discussed in Israel...
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