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The Kelly Roach Coaching Unstoppable Reviews are In: 5-Stars Across the Board

By Staff Writer | September 29, 2022

Kelly Roach started her career by working at a Fortune 500 company, where she quickly climbed the ranks to the youngest Senior Vice President before she turned 30. While this type of success may have been exciting and fulfilling for many people, Kelly knew that she was capable of more. She began laying the groundwork…

Is Your Household Disinfectant Harming Your Health?

By Idaho Falls News | September 29, 2022

The last few years have given new life to disinfecting. And while killing germs that lurk on surfaces is always a good idea, you have to stop and ask yourself – what else might harsh chemical compounds be killing? The answer is your health! A 20-year study conducted by The University of Bergen in Norway…

How to Become an Entrepreneur Without Doing All the Work

By editor | September 20, 2022

Entrepreneurship can sometimes seem like an exhausting, draining job. And that’s because it is! There are lots of ways to explore your entrepreneurial options without having to commit completely. Here are some that you can try. Go in With a Business Partner Having a dependable business partner can make all the difference in the world.…

From Humble Beginnings to Successful Hotelier: Sunil Wadhwani

By Staff Writer | September 19, 2022

South Texas hotelier Sunil Wadhwani is a success by any definition of the word. He owns eight hotels and has been in business for over 20 years. But you may be surprised to find out that he came from very humble beginnings, the son of immigrants who came to America with only $100 to their…

How to Reduce Expensive Mistakes in the Workplace

By editor | September 19, 2022

No one is perfect, and that includes employees. Sometimes, mistakes can be costly for a business. To minimize the amount of money wasted on these expensive errors, it is essential to have a plan to reduce them.  These are some tips for reducing expensive mistakes in the workplace. Follow these tips, and you can rest…

From Darkness to Light: Ralph Sanders is an Inspiration for Troubled Youth

By Staff Writer | September 17, 2022

Sometimes, we have to reach our darkest hour in order to see the light. For Ralph Sanders, this couldn’t be more true. After going down the wrong path and finding himself incarcerated at a young age, Sanders turned to the only one he knew could help him: God. Ever since he found his faith, it…

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IDF Soldiers, Officers Aided by Military Technology

By Idaho Falls News | November 4, 2015
IDF Soldiers, Officers Aided by Military Technology

The latest in military technology is helping soldiers and officers of the Israeli Defense forces perform their duties more efficiently and effectively than ever before. A recent story on the IDF Blog takes an in-depth look at the new helmets Israeli Air force (IAF) pilots are wearing. These upgraded fighter helmets are absolutely state-of-the-art,…

Could Israel Lead the Way in Cannabis Startups?

By Idaho Falls News | October 28, 2015
Israel and Medical Marijuana

According to a recent story on TechCrunch.com, Israel’s recent work to decriminalize marijuana could result in the nation becoming a worldwide cannabis superpower. Israel has lately built a reputation for fostering innovative tech startups, as well as its advancements in agriculture and security. However, a recent push to decriminalize marijuana and to turn the…

Israel: Heavy Hitter in Gaming Industry?

By Idaho Falls News | October 28, 2015
Israeli Gaming Industry

The Israeli gaming business is home to more than 5,000 startups who are innovating and changing the country’s $1 billion game industry. These gaming companies focus on mostly mobile gaming. Unbeknowing to most, Israel is a top competitor in gaming startups right after Silicon Valley. The variety of games available include online gambling, kid…

Financial Links Uncovered Between Hamas and Gaza Flotilla Organizers

By Idaho Falls News | June 30, 2011

  The IDF has determined that the organizations behind the 2011 Gaza flotilla, like the terror organization Hamas have a common finance stream. Three Islamic charity funds from the Hamas-affiliated Charity Coalition directly fund Hamas along with the other group behind the flotilla.   The European Campaign to End the Siege (ECESG) ECESG, one of…

Updates: Terror Attacks in Southern Israel

By Idaho Falls News | June 13, 2011

A terror attack injured 40 people and killed 8 today, August 8 2011. The attack took place along the Israel/Egypt boarder and was focused on buses, civilian vehicles, and soldiers stationed there. Originating from Gaza, the premeditated attack specifically targeted Israeli citizens near a popular tourist location firing as many as 90 rockets in…

Aerial Photograph of Location of Incident Along Lebanese Border, 3 Aug 2010

By Idaho Falls News | August 3, 2010

While performing regular scheduled maintenance in Israeli territory near the Lebanon border IDF troops were attacked by Lebanese armed forces. See the map below for details.  

Specific Flotilla Passangers Linked to Al-Qaeda, Hamas and Other Terror Organizations, 6 June 2010

By Idaho Falls News | June 6, 2010

IDF soldiers boarded and took control of a Mavi Marmara ship on May 31st 2010. Among those on the ship the following were identified as being connected to or directly involved in terrorist activities.   Fatimah Mahmadi (born 1979), is a United States resident of Iranian origin, and an active member of the organization…

Clarification/Correction Regarding Audio Transmission Between Israeli Navy and Flotilla on 31 May 2010, Posted on 5 June 2010

By Idaho Falls News | June 5, 2010

Audio released by the Israel Defense Force on June 4th, 2010 of a radio transmission between the Israeli Navy vessel and the Flotilla ships in which members of the IDF were told to quote “shut up,  go back to Auschwitz” and “we’re helping Arabs go against the US, don’t forget 9/11.” After the release some…

Photos of the Mavi Marmara’s Equipment and Weapons, 1 June 2010

By Idaho Falls News | June 1, 2010

While boarding the Mavi Marmara’s ship on May 31st, 2009 with the intention of directing the ship to the Ashdod Port, IDF soldiers were attacked and a battle ensued. Soldiers reported the use of knives, metal rods, firebombs, and other weapons were levied by those on the board in their efforts against the troops.…