62 Years to the State of Israel The Telaviv beach and a few shots of the parade of the IDF planes and ships.
Intel’s Joe English takes us on a tour around IDF 2010 in Beijing. This year Intel showcased hot new products and technologies in a very cool venue overlooking the Bird’s Nest near Olympic Park. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Ten are dead after the Israeli Navy raided a flotilla carrying relief supplies to the Gaza Strip, causing tensions to rise between Israel and Turkey.
Hiver 1988, entrainement avec des champions coreens, au gymnase Pasteur de Clichy (92).
Les organisateurs sont Maitre Lee Kwan Young et Maitre Lipecka.
the vilna gaon dresses as a beggar and wanders in the countryside, in order to do penance. on the way home a peasant gives him a ride. everyone is amazed to see who is this peasant . . .
Comment on the Israeli attack and massacre of peace activists on the Mavi Marmara.
another great track out of my vast but untitled collection of trance and electronica...
please excuse in advance for tagging it with an "anything goes" attitude - if there is some1 out there who knows this song, I am wondering since 2002... and have been helped identifying! all credits to IDF for this gorgeous masterpiece, and to omniscient kotsinoghs!
have fun enjoying this song, a unique piece ;)
Yuval tal, once an honor decorated soldier, interviews for Fox News in the subject of the Israel Apache helicopter crash on Israel-Lebanon border.
Yuval tal also talks about the Israeli soldiers kidnapping and raises important questions.
Dave Graveline interviewed Bob Duffy from the Intel AppUp Developer Program at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. Find out how you can create your own apps for netbooks.
Dave Graveline interviewed Dan Snyder from Intel at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. Learn about Intel's Ivy Bridge and their next generation of processors.
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) November 15, 2011 - Yesterday on World Diabetes Day, new numbers on the prevalence of diabetes were released by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF). They show that today 366 million people have diabetes (previous 2010 estimate was 285 million), and that half of them are undiagnosed. By 2030 the number is expected to rise to 522 million people (previous estimate was 438 million).
The number of people with diabetes is increasing in every country around the world; however, IDF estimates that 80% of people with diabetes live in low- or middle-income countries.
The new numbers from IDF speak for themselves. The projections are alarming and call for action – both in terms of prevention, detection and better treatment of the disease. If treated well, people with diabetes can live a normal life, but the majority of people with diabetes still don’t get proper treatment. This puts them at risk of developing the serious late complications associated with diabetes – just in 2011, 4.6 million deaths have been caused by diabetes. If nothing is done, this will become a ticking bomb under healthcare systems in all parts of the world”, says President and CEO in Novo Nordisk, Lars Rebien Sørensen.
As a partner in the World Diabetes Day campaign driven by the IDF, Novo Nordisk has planned or co-sponsored a variety of activities throughout the world. All activities are focused on increasing awareness and improving knowledge of diabetes and its prevention.
In countries such as Algeria, China and Cameroun people will be offered free diabetes screenings. In India, Australia and Brazil thousands of people will focus on the importance of a healthy lifestyle by participating in Global Diabetes Walks. Furthermore, the Little Mermaid in Denmark, the Tokyo Tower in Japan and almost 1000 other monuments around the world will be lit in blue by the global diabetes community to create awareness of the disease.
Last year on World Diabetes Day 2010, more than 2.6 million people in 57 countries were engaged in different Novo Nordisk activities.
Come train with the most prominent Krav Maga figure in the world- Chief Commander of the Israeli Defense Forces Krav Maga Division.