Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

We Should Stop Exploiting Africa — And Start Caring - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics

Amidst the silly cat videos and the tedious political cartoons, one occasionally stumbles across an internet image of stunning insight.

Politics | Leftist Lies

Sad News for the 'Africa-Invented-Everything' Woke Lie

I previously covered a clip in which a clearly British Person of Color™ in absurd-looking ethnic garb parroted the oft-repeated lie, manifesting in various forms, that Africans “invented almost...

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Jonathan Feldstein: Israeli Perspective-Will Africa Be Blessed or Cursed

Jonathan Feldstein: Israeli Perspective-Will Africa Be Blessed or Cursed I just returned home to Israel after an extraordinary 10-day trip in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, a massive country in central Africa. I had always wanted to visit Africa

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PODCAST | Fearporn, ‘Dysinformation’ & Monkeypox

With the economy in crisis, fuel prices and costs of raw materials through the roof, military confro

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Fearporn, ‘Dysinformation’ & Monkeypox

With the economy in crisis, fuel prices and costs of raw materials through the roof, military confrontation being threatened in two theaters, a full-blown invasion on our southern border, and a nation divided to an extent not seen since the US Civil War,

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China Preparing to Build Naval Base on Africa’s Atlantic Coast

China is seeking to build a military base on the western coast of Africa, its first permanent military presence on the Atlantic Ocean...

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

Kente Cloth Worn By Democrats Was ‘Historically Worn’ By African Empire Involved In Slave Trade, Fact Checker Says

A top mainstream fact-checker wrote on Tuesday that the Kente cloths that Democrats wore earlier this month after the death of George Floyd were “historically worn” by an “empire involved in [the] West African slave trade.” House S

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli innovators want to help Africans breathe through COVID-19

Medics and engineers can make ventilators with basic parts costing $500 and a downloaded blueprint designed in Israel

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Out of Africa: A Long Journey Home

Out of Africa: A Long Journey Home By Maayan Hoffman All photos courtesy of A.Y. Katsof re-post from B’nai B’rith Magazine Piath Aguar learned about the “Chosen People” when she was a child in Bible school. But for a girl being raised in S

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel's Amos-17 Satellite Successfully Launched Into Space, Will Provide Fast Internet Service To Africa, Mideast

The launch comes almost three years after a spectacular launchpad explosion destroyed Spacecom's Amos-6 satellite and the SpaceX rocket it was on in September 2016. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Science & Space

Beresheet, Israel and my African space dreams | Masimba Musodza

Israel can inspire a nation that wanted to 'Bring Down the Moon' and indulged a crackpot plan to send cats to Mars

News | Antisemitism Watch

Leading African Historian Urges President Macron to ‘Save France’ From Revival of ‘Colonial and Antisemitic’ Past

Malian intellectual Ismaël Diadié Haïdara. Photo: Screenshot. One of Africa’s leading historians has urged President Emmanuel Macron to “save France …

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Ambassador: Israel to Invest $60 Million in Angola, Including Solar Power Plant

Israel has allocated $60 million to invest in projects in the southwestern African nation of Angola, including the construction of...

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

New fund utilizes Israeli tech to help small farmers in Africa

JDC program will give thousands of agriculturists access to low-interest loans in bid to improve their crop yields, ensure their products command a fair market price

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Delegation seeks Israeli startups to help African farmers boost crops

Team from Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa visits Israel to pinpoint local agricultural technologies that are pertinent to Africa's challenges

Pets & Animals | Animals & Pets

Why the World’s Biggest Pig Is in Serious Trouble

The 600-pound giant forest hog is expert at avoiding people, who are increasingly hunting the animal in its African habitat.

Health & Fitness | Health

How One Child’s Sickle Cell Mutation Helped Protect the World From Malaria - The New York Times

The genetic mutation arose 7,300 years ago in just one person in West Africa, scientists reported on Thursday. Its advantage: a shield against rampant malaria.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

In an Israeli Cave, Scientists Discover Jawbone of Earliest Modern Human Out of Africa

The discovery could rewrite the migration story of our species, pushing back by about 50,000 years when Homo sapiens were thought to have first left Africa.

News | Animal Links

Surprise! Giraffes fall under 4 species, not one

For centuries, scientists believed all giraffes fall under one species.

Advice & Self-Help | Products with Integrity

Cheempo - Character Created To #ProtectChimpanzees | #Indiegogo

Cheempo teaches kids about wildlife protection. Join us to reach our first phase $10,000

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Facebook To Beam Free Internet Across Africa Using Israeli Satellite

Facebook will use Israeli satellite AMOS-6, manufactured by the Israeli Aerospace Industries, to beam Internet access down into 14 countries in Africa.

Pets & Animals | Animals!

Poachers kill one of the world's largest elephants in Kenya - Telegraph

Poachers hack the face and tusks off Satao, one of Kenya's most famous elephants, as conservationists warn elephant poaching