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The Mossad Ran a Fake Diving Resort for Tourists in Sudan. This Is the Incredible Story Behind It
By Allison Kaplan Sommer for Haaretz
One of the Israeli intelligence agency’s most daring missions is being turned into a movie, ‘Red Sea Diving Resort.’ One of the operatives looks back on a breathtaking operation that saved thousands of Ethiopian Jews’ lives in the 1980s
It was one of the Mossad’s most daring, complex and longest-running operations. But only now, 37 years on, is the story of a Red Sea diving resort run by the agency getting its moment in the sun.
Israel wins second-largest number of cybersecurity deals globally
By SHOSHANNA SOLOMON for The Times of Israel
Israeli startups BioCatch, Cylus and D-ID are among the 26 cybersecurity firms selected by CB Insights that are transforming the industry
Israel accounted for the second-largest number of cybersecurity deals globally, behind the US and ahead of the UK, a new report compiled by New York data firm CB Insights shows.
First Paralyzed Man Finishes London Marathon With Help of Israeli-Developed ReWalk Suit
By NoCamels Team
British resident Simon Kindleysides became the first paralyzed man to finish the London Marathon on Monday, national British daily The Telegraph reports. He was able to walk the whole way thanks to a revolutionary Israeli innovation, the wearable ReWalk exoskeleton suit.
Israeli scientist working on Alzheimer’s vaccine
By Abigail Klein Leichman for Israel21c
Tested so far on mice, Dr. Eitan Okun’s vaccine targets amyloid beta protein, which clusters in the brains of people affected by the deadly disease.
Alzheimer’s disease, affecting some 47 million people worldwide, for now remains an irreversible and fatal brain disorder. Taking a proactive approach, an Israeli brain researcher is developing a vaccine against this devastating disease.
The secrets of Israelis’ long, satisfying lives
By ISRAEL21c Staff
National Geographic Travel reveals the likely reasons why Israel ranks 5th for healthy longevity as cited in the UN World Happiness Report 2018.
The combination of a Mediterranean-style diet, low alcohol consumption, strong family and cultural values, and an excellent healthcare system could be the main factors that put Israel in fifth place worldwide on the longevity scale, according to National Geographic Travel.