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Analysis of conflicts that lead to violence, with emphasis on the Middle Ea...

 
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Some 3,500 years ago, there was already a brisk trade in fish on the shores of the southeastern Mediterranean Sea. This conclusion follows from the analysis of 100 fish teeth that were found at various archaeological sites in what is now Israel. The...

Justine Sachs and Nadia Abu-Shanab are 'ordered' to pay a $19,000 fine by an Israeli court for encouraging singer Lorde to cancel her Tel Aviv concert. But the fine is meaningless. ALTHOUGH THE Israeli authorities will never be able to enforce...

Of all the things to add to the blockchain, wine makes a lot of sense. Given the need for provenance for every grape and barrel, it’s clear that the ancient industry could use a way to track ingredients from farm to glass. VinX, an Israeli comp...

We know now where grief untold goes; it goes on to haunt future generations. It gets left behind on the grating; it passes unscathed through temperatures that can melt iron and reduce human bone to ash. And somewhere far removed in space and decades...

This should win a humanitarian award of some kind, right? The post Trump Administration Does the Humanitarian Thing and Reunifies PLO Ambassador With His Family appeared first on RedState.

This is the reason why you don’t want multiple parties, some of whom are barely out of the Stone Age, gouging around in the same military theater. This is also the kind of event that can turn ugly very, very fast. The stories right now are deve...

Stanford University archaeologists are turning the history of beer on its head. A research team led by Li Liu, a professor of Chinese archaeology at Stanford, has found evidence of the earliest brewmasters to date, a finding that might stir an old de...