Archive for March, 2009

Mar 31 2009

Prof. Tamar Weiss on Canadian radio

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Prof. Tamar Weiss, Head of the Laboratory for Innovations in Rehabilitation Technology at the University of Haifa talks about the “Care4Me” program on Canadian radio.

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Mar 30 2009

“Within two years Iran’s regime will collapse”

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“I guarantee that within two years Iran’s regime will collapse,” Ayatollah Dr. Mehdi Haeri Khorshidi said yesterday (Sunday). Khorshidi, an Iranian exile who was formerly a member of the Khomeini government, was speaking at an international conference “Looking at Iran” at the University of Haifa. Continue Reading »

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Mar 30 2009

Germany’s attitude to Iran under attack

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An unusual, surprising, and sharp attack of Germany’s policy toward Iran was voiced last night by exiled Iranian Ayatollah Dr. Mehdi Haeri Khorshidi, who was a member of Khomeini’s first government, during a delivery at the opening of the “Looking at Iran” international conference held by the University of Haifa. Continue Reading »

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Mar 29 2009

Seeing the light on darkness; studies link light pollution and cancer

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March 27, 2009, abc

A study released in February by University of Haifa researchers, found elevated risks of prostate cancer in countries with the highest levels of artificial light.

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Mar 29 2009

Joining of Labour Party to Netanyahu’s coalition will not lead to stability in Israel

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March 26, 2009, Trend News

“There a very big difference between the labor party and some far right wing parties which will join in, Political Science University of Haifa Professor Amatiza Baram said to Trend News.

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Mar 29 2009

IDF Lawyers Now Coming Under Fire for Their Counsel During Gaza Conflict

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March 25, 2009, Forward

Prof. Emmanuel Gross, law professor at the University of Haifa and a former senior chief district judge within the IDF: “We find ourselves more and more involved in fighting terrorist organizations hiding behind civilians, and realize that we should implement the old rules in a more flexible way.”

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Mar 29 2009

Iranian ex-minister slams Germany’s dealings with Tehran

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March 28, 2009, ynet

Ayatollah Dr. Mehdi Haeri Khorshidi, a former member of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini’s government, said during a convention on Iran at Haifa University that Germany prefers to salvage its billion-dollar deals rather than apply the pressure necessary to stop the Iranian nuclear program.

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Mar 29 2009

Former Iran official says Germany not applying enough pressure on Tehran

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March 28, 2009, ynet

Ayatollah Dr. Mehdi Haeri Khorshidi, a former government official in Iran, criticized the German government during a convention on Iran at Haifa University.

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Mar 29 2009

‘Germany soft on Iran due to financial considerations’

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March 28, 2009, Haaretz

“Germany prefers to safeguard its financial interests in Iran, and prefers its billion-dollar business deals rather than applying the necessary pressure to bring an end to the Iranian nuclear program,” said Ayatollah Dr. Mehdi Haeri Khorshidi, who fled to Germany in 1986 and remained there until 2003, speaking at a conference on Iran at Haifa University.

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Mar 26 2009

Annual Asia Pacific ESA conference opens at the University of Haifa

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The University of Haifa is hosting this year’s Asia Pacific Economic Science Association (APESA) annual conference. ESA is an international association that is devoted to the study of behavioral economics. Continue Reading »

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