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Zo Flamenbaum has 508 articles published.

MENA Sportsmanship Through Online Chess

in Life, Culture & Sports

Has being locked down between the screens created a new sense of sportsmanship amidst the MENA region? Since worldwide lockdown and sports cancellations, chess sites across the internet have seen a 50% increase in usage and games played over the past six weeks. One specific online chess tournament sparked a sense of hope, and caught…

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Important Prize from Nefesh B’Nefesh goes to our editor Zo Flamenbaum

in Life, Culture & Sports

As the publisher of “Israel-Between The Lines”, the Israeli-Swiss Association, is especially pleased that our editor, Zo Flamenbaum, has been awarded the Bonei Zion Prize by the organization Nefesh B’Nefesh in the category “Young Leadership”. We congratulate Zo on this important achievement.  We are honoured that Zo is part of our team. For four years…

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Intel and the Israeli Moovit App

in Economy & Innovation

While the world moves forward steadily innovating smart cars and automated driving, it’s crucial to ensure cities have the infrastructure to properly support the most updated modes of transport. As such, Intel is said to be in talks to buy the Israeli app, Moovit, for a $1 billion investment. Moovit is a GPS tracking platform,…

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Pro Soccer Players and Fans Train the Elderly

in Life, Culture & Sports

Unable to take the field, Jerusalem Soccer players from the Beitar Millenium Jerusalem Football Club have opted to teach the elderly how to take on the digital field. As part of a volunteer program, players and their fans were invited to fill a need, supporting the elderly in isolation learn how to use various online…

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Coronavirus Continues to Decline in Israel

in Economy & Innovation

As the COVID-19 virus numbers continue to decline in Israeli society, life is slowly but surely re-opening. Since March 15, Israeli residents were under strict lockdown, and today, a sense of normalcy has returned as Israelis are out, stores are open, and small groups of people are reconvening. With a total of 16,268 cases and…

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