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Where should we perform next? Israel!
Famous performers seem to be heading to the Holy Land as of late to display their talents. Barbra Streisand held a few concerts in Tel Aviv last week, and Alicia Keys is slated to perform there on July 4. And on Tuesday, the Jerusalem Post reported that Rihanna, 25, would be visiting Israel in October to perform before a crowd of 50,000 fans while on her “Diamonds” world tour.
Rihanna last performed in Tel Aviv in 2010 in Tel Aviv’s Bloomfield Stadium, according to The Times of Israel. The six-time Grammy winner’s reputation has grown significantly since then, according to the Post. She was ranked fourth on Forbes magazine’s list of the Most Powerful Celebrity 100, the aforementioned report
On Monday June 10, renowned Lakewood, New Jersey resident, Dr. Richard Roberts played host to Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) at his home. Amongst those dignitaries in attendance at the private luncheon event were the mayor of Lakewood along with a cadre of town officials and 30 personal friends of Dr. Roberts.
As information continues to be disclosed about the heinous public murder of a British so
ldier in London on Wednesday, a British security official admitted that the two men who hacked the victim to death were known to intelligence services. The official added that they weren’t deemed enough of a threat to arrest or to have placed under surveillance.
According to published reports, the gruesome attack took place in southeast London’s Woolrich area, only yards from the Royal Artillery
The National Security Agency had a secret PRISM data-mining program that, coupled with extensive warrants, allowed it to monitor data passing through U.S. telecommunication companies like Verizon. This secret was a secret until Edward Snowden decided it should no longer be, according to a report in the Christian Science Monitor.
Snowden, 29, was an employee at Booz Allen Hamilton, a consulting firm, at the time that he leaked this secret to The Guardian newspaper, according to the aforementioned
Intel, one of the world’s biggest technology conglomerates has confirmed reports on Monday that it has agreed to purchase Mobileye for between $14-15 billion. This would be the biggest sale in the history of Israeli hi-tech. The biggest sales of Israeli companies until now were NDS, acquired by Cisco for $5 billion, and Chromatis, acquired by Lucent for $4.5 billion.
The US computer chip giant released a statement to the media about the unprecedented acquisition of Mobileye in which they said: "The