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Zo Flamenbaum

Zo Flamenbaum has 160 articles published.

The SocialTech Revolution is Here

in Economy & Innovation/Monthly Report

Imagine being able to save six billion male baby chicks from dying every year? Because they don’t lay eggs and cannot be used for poultry, billions of baby chicks are murdered and discarded annually. An Israeli startup, eggXYt, aims o save the chicks and found a solution which saves money and lives, decreases waste, and creates exponential…

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Hannukah Miracles are Happening

in Life, Culture & Sports

When the Greeks attempted to force their culture and religion on the Jews of Israel, the Greeks chose to act in violence. They destroyed the Second Temple, the Jewish house of worship, and surrounded the scene with Greek statues and pigs, both signs of intolerance and disrespect. What today would be considered a serious hate…

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People are tired of political corruption

in Economy & Innovation

  People are seemingly sick and tired of power driven greed and corruption running rampant through politicians’ veins, and 2017 has seen thousands of civilians protesting the streets of Israel, marching both for their rights and what is morally right. The latest protest was held last Saturday, December 9, where protesters gathered in Tel Aviv…

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Israeli artist captures transitional moments

in Life, Culture & Sports

Known for capturing moments in transition, Naomi Leshem is a Israeli photographer whose most recent exhibit is taking place at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the city where she was born. Leshem has shown her photography in America, Europe and Israel, her consistent theme is capturing the transitional moments, such as between sunrise or sunset,…

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Recycling report under review

in Economy & Innovation

A recent report on recycling statistics submitted to the Environmental Affairs Ministry is being investigated. The report was filed by the ELA Recycling Corporations, who is responsible for collecting and recycling plastic bottles. What they reported and what the proven numbers are seem to be largely skewed. ELA is owned by the four largest beverage…

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