Author: Amir Shoam

Maintaining-Prostate-health

Are you worried about your prostate health? Many around the globe are not hand in hand with medical terms. I believe most of the population is unaware of what the prostate is or what is its function and how important it is. Even though some know what the prostate is, they might not be well educated about its needs and functions. Prostate Health Now – What You Need To Know! There are many affected globally due to different prostate problems. And these problems are treated in many different ways. But before anything, it is always better to prevent any disorder…

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BeLiv Reviews

Are you tired of reading many BeLiv reviews and not feeling satisfied? Many people are now suffering from diabetic issues. It is because of our current lifestyle that most of us are suffering from various types of lifestyle diseases. High blood sugar is one of the ailments that can severely affect your health, and it can be fatal if you do not control your Blood sugar level. Hence, it is necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle to lead a disease-free life. Regular exercise and a healthy diet are solutions to maintaining your blood sugar level. This Beliv review will help…

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Netanyahu’s second tweet. When overweight singer Netta Barzilai became the first Israeli to win the Eurovision contest in 20 years, Twitter users were shocked to read that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had tweeted, “[Netta], you’re a cow!” How did that happen? Netta is known for finishing her performances with the words, “Kappara aleichem!” (“Atonement for you all!”). When Natanyahu said “kappara alaich!” (“atonement for you!”), Microsoft Translator read kappara as keparah – “like a cow.” However, the translation was still wrong, as keparah alaich means “like a cow on you.” Absurdly, after Netta was declared winner, the prime minister tweeted,…

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Passover is a great time to listen to songs on the subjects of slavery and freedom. With all due respect to George Michael’s “Freedom” and Idina Menzel’s “Let It Go,” Israeli music is filled with beautiful songs on these subjects and should not be ignored. If you do not understand Hebrew, fear not: This article includes six of the best Israeli freedom songs, translated into English as accurately as the differences between the two languages allow. While not discussing Passover, 1978’s “Bedouin Love Song” by David Broza, featuring Yael Levy, incorporated a desert theme into a song about the lust…

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U.S. Maccabiah futsal team. Among the athletes participating in the 20th Maccabiah Games in Israel in July, the U.S. delegation will include a futsal team. Futsal is similar to soccer, but played on a field the size of a basketball court with five players on each side. Last year, at the Pan American Maccabi Games in Chile, the team came fourth, losing the bronze medal in penalty kicks to the host after a 3-3 draw. At the 2013 Games, the team included four players from Greater Philadelphia, in addition to Coach Michael Monheit. Practicing in King of Prussia, the current…

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Summer is at its peak, and it is a great time to turn on the air conditioner, sit on the couch or chair, and play games on your favorite platform until the evening. The PlayStation 4 Console and Xbox One have been with us for a year and a half, and have a great selection of games by now. They both can be found for less than $400. Graphically, the PlayStation 4 is the superior console, but some prefer the Xbox One as they want to play specific exclusives. If you have a decent PC from recent years, a video…

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Less than two hours before the official deadline, Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, informed President Reuven Rivlin that his party, Likud, had reached coalition agreements with four of the five other right-wing parties in the Knesset. Netanyahu (right) with Habayit Hayehudi’s leader, Naftali Bennett, after reaching a coalition agreement. The new coalition will only include 61 of the 120 Knesset members: Likud’s 30, Kulanu’s 10, Habayit Hayehudi’s eight, Shas’s seven and United Torah’s Judaism’s six. The leader of the remaining right-wing party, Yisrael Beytenu (six seats), Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman, had decided to quit the government and not join the…

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Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to stay Israel’s prime minister for the third consecutive time and fourth time overall, as his party, Likud (“unity”), will have 30 seats in the 20th Knesset — more than the entire left-wing bloc. Cartoon courtesy of The Cartoon Kronicles @ http://cartoonkronicles.com/ The left-wing Zionist Camp alliance of the Labor Party and HaTnuah (“the movement”), will have 24 seats. The exit polls of the three major Israeli TV channels predicted 27 seats each to the Zionist Camp and Likud, but the only other Zionist left-wing party, Meretz, (“vigour”) will only have five seats, while one needs…

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Courtesy of The Cartoon Kronicles @ cartoonkronicles.com. Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu, mocks his rivals in the coming Israeli election in a video ad that shows him as a responsible babysitter, or “Bibi-sitter,” unlike his rivals. The 2oth Knesset elections are scheduled for March 17. The main rival of Netanyahu’s party, Likud (“unity”), is the Zionist Camp alliance of Isaac “Buji” Hertzog’s Labor Party, and Tzipi Livni’s Hatnuah (“the movement”). In the video, Netanyahu mocks Hertzog as an irresponsible negotiator: Hertzog granted Livni a rotation agreement, meaning each of them will serve as prime minister for two years if…

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— by Amir Shoam The U.S. won five medals — four golds and one silver — in the Maccabiah basketball tournaments last week. The open men’s team won the gold after beating Argentina 87-76. Daniel Robin scored 25 points for the winners, and Philadelphia-born Bryan Cohen added 14. The win marked a great year for Head Coach and Former Philadelphia 76ers General Manager Brad Greenberg, who also won the Israeli championship this year with Maccabi Haifa, and will coach Hapoel Jerusalem in the coming season. “It was an outstanding tournament, and our U.S. open team was really special,” he said…

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